August 14, 2017 — August 18, 2017

International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation

International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation

Our research associate for Sustainable Mobility, Geert te Boveldt, will present the paper From Desirable to Feasible. Fostering Inter-Institutional Cooperation with Competence-based Multi- Criteria Analysis at the 17th International Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN 2017).

The paper is co-authored by himself, dr. Koen Van Raemdonck and prof. dr. Cathy Macharis. Its presentation is scheduled during the session on Preference Modelling chaired by Rangaraja Sundaraj (Wednesday, August 16th).

The conference “will take place at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany, 14th -18th August 2017. The conference is the prime forum for researchers and practitioners in the fields of group decision and negotiation. It offers a truly international setting with participants from Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. A Doctoral Consortium will precede the conference, on 14th August 2017. It will provide PhD students with a unique opportunity to present and discuss their work in small groups with leading researchers in the field. GDN 2017 is the 17th annual meeting organised by the INFORMS section on Group Decision and Negotiation. Conference topics will be organised in several streams and include all aspects of group decision and negotiation such as

  • Technological Foundations
  • Systems Design and Use
  • Methodological Foundations
  • Theoretical Foundations
  • Behavioural Aspects
  • Applications”

For more information and how to register, please visit: https://gdn2017.uni-hohenheim.de/registration