Power asymmetry in conflict resolution with application to a water pollution dispute in China

@inproceedings{Yu2015PowerAI,
  title={Power asymmetry in conflict resolution with application to a water pollution dispute in China},
  author={Jing Fei Yu and D. Marc Kilgour and Keith W. Hipel and Min Zhao},
  year={2015}
}
The concept of power asymmetry is incorporated into the framework of the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution (GMCR) and then applied to a water pollution dispute in China in order to show how it can provide strategic insights into courses of action. In a new definition of power asymmetry, one of the decision makers (DMs) in a conflict can influence the preferences of other DMs by taking advantage of additional options reflecting the particular DM's more powerful position. The more powerful DM… CONTINUE READING

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