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Estimating the Value of Water Quality
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Coordination Process by a Third Party in the Conflict Between Bangladesh and India over Regulation of the Ganges River
The graph model for conflict resolution is used to formally analyze an ongoing conflict between India and Bangladesh over the regulation of the Ganges River in order to illustrate the crucial role a third party can play in resolving the dispute. Expand
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The Role of Intergovernmental Grants in Underpopulated Regions
HAGIHARA K. and HAGIHARA Y. (1991) The role of intergovernmental grants in underpopulated regions, Reg. Studies 25, 163–172. The depopulation problem in Japan is considered from the viewpoint ofExpand
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Integrated Research on Methodological Development of Urban Diagnosis for Disaster Risk and its Applications
Synopsis As a part of DPRI-COE research activities, our IMDR Division has conducted an extensive methodological research on integrated disaster risk management, with a focus on “urban diagnosis.”Expand
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Third Party Intervention in Conflict Resolution: Dispute Between Bangladesh and India over Control of the Ganges River
To demonstrate the strategic influence a third party can have on negotiations, a formal approach to resolving a complex conflict is applied to an important international water resources controversy.Expand
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Social Stability and Mathematical Stability in Conflict Management
  • M. Sakamoto, Y. Hagihara
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and…
  • 1 October 2006
The future risk of water resources shortage is world widely recognized. Expand
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A model analysis of social group conflict
  • M. Sakamoto, Y. Hagihara
  • Political Science, Computer Science
  • SMC'03 Conference Proceedings. IEEE…
  • 17 November 2003
In this paper, a mathematical model is built up to analyze such conflict and to see what kind of equilibrium states could occur. Expand
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A study of the changing process of the conflict on a large-scale development project
A mathematical model was developed to analyze such a social conflict between more than two interested parties whose attitudes toward the project tend to change along with the passage of time. Expand
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The Role of Environmental Valuation in Public Policymaking: The Case of Urban Waterside Area in Japan
In this paper the authors aim to clarify the role of environmental valuation in public policymaking through a case study of valuing the waterside along a river in an urban area. A brief history ofExpand
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A dynamic system model of social conflict that combines attitude change model and game theory
A social conflict often occurs during the course of a large-scale and long-term project such as infrastructure development projects, in which multiple parties are involved. Not only do possible gainsExpand
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