Can Game Theory Help to Mitigate Water Conflicts in the Syrdarya Basin

@inproceedings{Melnikovov2017CanGT,
  title={Can Game Theory Help to Mitigate Water Conflicts in the Syrdarya Basin},
  author={Lea Melnikovov{\'a}},
  year={2017}
}
This paper focuses on methods to resolve the ongoing conflict between countries in the Syrdarya Basin, namely Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, over water allocation. It addresses the problem by using the cooperative games framework. It identifies difficulties of choosing the most suitable solution to the Nash bargaining problem under the current circumstances and also reveals complications that may obstruct negotiations on water allocation. The latter is done by using a simplified model from a… CONTINUE READING

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