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Course: MWM 82, Fall 2008
School: Columbia
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Your Clarifying Values and Measuring Tradeoffs: Multi-Attribute Value Analysis In multiple-issue negotiations, one faces difficult tradeoffs between issues that are qualitatively different, but each highly valued. One must decide how much of one issue to give up in order to obtain a gain in another issue. This exercise is designed to lead you through some steps of qualitative and quantitative analysis that will...

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