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On the Role of Coalitional Network Games in Modelling the Social Dimension in Ecosystem Management

Stefano Moretti, CNRS UMR7243, Université Paris-Dauphine, France, stefano.moretti@dauphine.fr
 
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Stefano Moretti (2014), "On the Role of Coalitional Network Games in Modelling the Social Dimension in Ecosystem Management", Strategic Behavior and the Environment: Vol. 4: No. 2, pp 155-186. http://dx.doi.org/10.1561/102.00000039

Published: 14 Jul 2014
© 2014 S. Moretti
 
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Keywords
Ecosystem managementCoalitional network gamesMulti-Agent SystemsResilienceCentralitySocial capital.
 

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In this article:
1. Introduction
2. Basic Notions on Coalitional Games
3. Resilience Analysis
4. Centrality and Coalitional Games
5. Social Capital Formation
6. Multi-criteria Coalitional Games
7. Concluding Remarks
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Abstract

This article is part of a Special Issue on ICT-based Strategies for Environmental Conflicts.

Although a large amount of data about the environmental exploitation of natural resources is now available for scientists, most of the computational approaches in the literature of ecosystem management have not yet been tested and validated using empirical data. We argue that some recent applications from the literature of coalitional games, aimed at modelling social dimensions like centrality and social capital, could be integrated into existing approaches in ecosystem management in order to cope with the need of having models that are more scalable and more finely grounded in the data.

DOI:10.1561/102.00000039

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