Implementing the “Win-Win-Win Papakonstantinidis Model” as a Bargaining Solution Analysis for Local Government Decision from Territory-Community to “Behavioral” Community

Local development as a process of local management raises a number of issues, the most pressing of which is conflict resolution among the three local power poles: (1) the state and its nominated State Periphery Departments; (2) local authorities; and (3) local people and their local movements/lobbies. Because the three poles are constantly negotiating, one of them should always win out over the other two, introducing the bargaining issue. As a result, it’s vital to establish a set of rules for negotiation. The “win-win-win papakonstantinidis model” that has been offered (derived from Nash win-win extended approach) aims to find ways for the three-pole bargaining conceptual equilibrium, under conditions, thus maximising expected utilities for all involved parts in local decision-making by combining Descriptive Behavior (DB), Rational Choice, Instrumental Rationality, and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) methodologies, then an updating community’s behavioural state is expected, thus  The sensitization process should be viewed as a continual journey toward the ultimate goal of complete cooperation among community members. In that circumstance, the sensitization process reaches its maximum at the same time as the local development process and the convergence of bargaining power poles.

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Leonidas A. Papakonstantinidis
The Higher Technological Educational Institute of Kalamata, Kalamata, Greece.

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