Regret Analysis Towards Conflict Resolution

  title={Regret Analysis Towards Conflict Resolution},
  author={Tuhin K. Das},
  journal={Conflict Studies: Prevention},
  • Tuhin K. Das
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Conflict Studies: Prevention
In regret analysis, an entity (either an individual or a group or a country) feels regret by taking a decision for any particular action when there are other ways to act. Such regret often motivates someone to settle conflict. The present paper discusses such a possibility using a mathematical model. The model leads to a conflict resolution curve which provides a compromising solution in a conflicting situation and ultimately to peace building. A case study in this article unveils that conflict… Expand
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