--- INACTIVE --- EWG Group decision and negotiation support

Name--- INACTIVE --- EWG Group decision and negotiation support
WebsiteLinkedIn Group: Group Decision and Negotiation

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=3166621&trk=anet_ug_hm
Coordinator Aida Azadegan
aida.azadegan@gmail.com
University of the West of Scotland

United Kingdom
Purpose and history
  • To share experiences knowledge and research outcomes in the area of Group Decision, and Negotiation Support.
  • To develop collaborative interdisciplinary research between academics and practitioners, and between different European countries.
  • To increase the awareness of other researchers in related fields (e.g. MCDM) and researchers in different countries (e.g. United States) of work being done in Europe.

MembersOn Linked-In 270
Past activitiesGroup Decision and Negotiation has had annual conferences. Some of these conferences were organized as workgroup within the INFORMS conference.

La Rochelle 2001,
Perth, Western Australia 2002
Istanbul 2003
Banff, Canada 2004
Vienna, Austria 2005
Karlsruhe, Germany 2006
Mt.Tremblant, Canada 2007
Coimbra, Portugal 2008
Toronto, Canada 2009
Delft, the Netherlands, 2010
Receife, Brazil 2012
Stockholm, Sweden, 2013

In all cases, the conferences/workshops gave a great opportunity from those around the globe interested in Group Decision and Negotiation to meet one another and share ideas.

In addition, a special issue of the Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation is produced from each year's best papers. Also since 2012 LNCS proceedings will be produced from selected papers.
Future activitiesThe next meeting will be in Toulouse, France. As with all of the conference/workshops, there will paper sessions, panels and tutorials. There will also be a Doctoral Consortium.

The website is
http://www.irit.fr/gdn2014

This meeting will be organized together with the Euro working group on DSS
PublicationsFor nearly every year a special issue of Group Decision and Negotiation has been produced based on the annual conference. This journal is particularly appropriate as it covers the research and practice in the field.

In addition, a special issue of the European Journal of Operations Research 2003 has also appeared - on Soft OR - which provides a number of articles relevant to this working group.

Special Issue on Cognitive Perspectives in Group Decision and Negotiation, Group Decision and Negotiation V22, (5) 2013

Special Issue on ‘Human Factors and Computational Models in Negotiation’ Group Decision and Negotiation V21, (1) 2012

Special Issue on ‘Advances in Designing Group Decision and Negotiation Processes’
Fran Ackermann and Gert-Jan de Vreede
Online First™, 7 July 2010

Developments in GDN Research
Christof Weinhardt and Stefan Seifert
2010, Volume 19, Number 2, Pages 107-109

Special Issue: International Perspectives in Group Decision & Negotiation Research
Gert-Jan de Vreede and Fran Ackermann
2005, Volume 14, Number 4, Pages 265-266

Special Issue on GDN 2002 Papers
Mohammed Quaddus and Des Klass
2004, Volume 13, Number 5, Pages 401-402

Special Issue of Group Decision and Negotiation 2002: Theory and Practice of Computational Coordination Mechanisms in Multi-Agent Systems
Peyman Faratin and Nicholas R. Jennings
2003, Volume 12, Number 5, Pages 357-359

Special Issue on Group Decision and Negotiation 2001
Fran Ackermann and Gert-Jan De Vreede
2002, Volume 11, Number 2, Pages 65-67

Special Issue III on GDN 2000 Keynote Papers, Melvin F. Shakun
2002, Volume 11, Number 3, Page 183

European Research on Group Decision Support Systems: Special Issue
Fran Ackermann and Gert-Jan de Vreede
2001, Volume 10, Number 1, Pages 1-4
Year established1995
Last modification2017-12-12


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