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A Case-Based Approach to Open-Ended Collective Agreement with Rational Ignorance [chapter]

Sergio Manzano, Santiago Ontañón, Enric Plaza
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present a more general scenario called open-ended deliberative agreement with rational ignorance (ODARI), and show how can CBR be used to deal with rational ignorance.  ...  Unknown alternatives, as well as a strategy to increase chances of reaching an agreement, are problems addressed using case-based methods. 3 The word satisfice was proposed by Herbert Simon in 1956 as  ...  This research was partially supported by projects Agreement Technologies (CSD2007-0022) and Next-CBR (TIN2009-13692-C03-01).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23291-6_10 fatcat:o267hm755fdxrffeyb7c6ojzlq

The Western Australian Regional Forest Agreement: Economic Rationalism and the Normalisation of Political Closure

Martin Brueckner
2007 Australian Journal of Public Administration  
A dominant economic rationality is seen to have normalised and legitimised political closure, effectively excluding rationalities dissenting from an implicit economic orthodoxy.  ...  The findings point to a pervasive constrainedness of WA's RFA due to a closing of the process by the administrative decision-making structures.  ...  Echoing the calls from the contemporary literature, it is suggested here that policy processes such as this presented in the RFA case study would benefit greatly from approaches based on open and collectively  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2007.00513.x fatcat:hok77dfbg5dejoqqiqmnvnurui

30 Years After 'Morals by Agreement'

MOHAMAD AL-HAKIM, GARRETT MAC SWEENEY
2016 Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review  
To start at the beginning of his career and then to cover it all would lead to a collection far too long for a special edition of a journal.  ...  So we decided to start with what is sometimes thought to be an ideal spot, an anniversary.  ...  This opens the door for a more holistic approach to the evaluation of rational deliberation, one that goes beyond the orthodoxy's focus on choice at a given 'time-slice.'  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0012217316000731 fatcat:zxx5rphrlfg45nfvej77yaytbu

Analyzing the Emergence of Semantic Agreement among Rational Agents

Golnaz Vakili, Thanasis G. Papaioannou, Zolt´n Miklos, Karl Aberer, Siavash Khorsandi
2011 2011 IEEE 13th Conference on Commerce and Enterprise Computing  
As a sample scenario, we consider the emergence of semantic interoperability among rational service agents in the service-oriented architectures (SOA) and analyze their individual economic incentives with  ...  Interoperability is a core element of such an environment, yet not a straightforward one.  ...  DECENTRALIZED STRATEGY A decentralized strategy is developed to coordinate rational decisions of the agents P for collectively constructing a schema mapping of acceptable quality based on local communications.We  ... 
doi:10.1109/cec.2011.40 dblp:conf/wecwis/VakiliPMAK11 fatcat:r6uztsl7ovhfrjv7hfqxd423aq

The Delphi Technique: A Research Strategy for Career and Technical Education

Emery J. Hyslop-Margison, Joseph Armstrong
2004 Journal of Career and Technical Education  
Within career education, critical thinking conceived as technical rationality refers to means/end reasoning that pursues human capital and business objectives with the maximum possible effectiveness.  ...  Finally, this article proposes a revised critical thinking construct based on foundational rationality to remedy these problems, and offers examples of concrete classroom strategies, such as praxis, problem-posing  ...  Career education adopting a critical thinking approach based on foundational rationality pursues the following principles of inquiry: 1.  ... 
doi:10.21061/jcte.v21i1.646 fatcat:tubd4wugvjbilclwfebm3kemyq

Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy (REBT) to Reduce Anxiety Bullying Victims in Adolescents

Muhammad Erwan Syah
2020 Journal of Family Sciences  
This study aims to reduce the anxiety of victims of bullying by using a rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) counseling approach.  ...  The counseling program with the rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) approach has proven to be effective and has an effect on reducing anxiety in bullying victims, which is characterized by a decrease  ...  situations that are likely to cause bullying to occur again and often practice positive thinking.  ... 
doi:10.29244/jfs.5.1.36-46 fatcat:ddu7fuicjjci3ktjgqh45up34a

Psychological Factors of Multiple Debt Repayment Strategies

M. Gagarina, T. Goroshnikova
2018 Review of business and economics studies  
Respondents with a strategy for paying off debts Ignoring small numbers turned out to be more benevolent than Chaotic respondents and respondents with the Close to rational strategy.  ...  Respondents with a Chaotic strategy made multiple mistakes in the simulation and, in comparison with all other respondents, are less open to new experience.  ...  In cases of lack of information, a less effective approach based on the general observations of behaviour can be useful as emphasizes.  ... 
doi:10.26794/2308-944x-2018-6-2-57-64 fatcat:np2l6rcmq5cgdef32ox256nywy

Pourquoi pas? Rational Choice as a Basic Theory of HRM [chapter]

Wenzel Matiaske
2017 Human Resources, Labour Relations and Organizations  
In addition "rational choice" is conscious of the ignorance of its underlying action theory and this exposes it to the body of physiological and psychological knowledge.  ...  Instead, the contemporary "rational choice" approach may serve as a "new" basis for the discipline.  ...  However, "rational choice" approach is aware of the ignorance of its underlying action theory and is therefore open to integrate findings from social-psychological theories.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2017-2-152 fatcat:ftwggyuvyja5vn5oze2wfxz3ci

Boilerplate in International Economic Law

Lauge Poulsen, Michael Waibel
2021 AJIL Unbound  
This essay highlights drivers and functions of boilerplate in international economic law along with core expectations from rationalist and behavioral approaches.  ...  Boilerplate treaty provisions are identical or nearly identical terms that reflect settled legal language in treaties with different states parties.  ...  In some cases, careful micro-level work on how actors design and approach boilerplate in international economic law may make cognition constraints, like elephants in a living room, too much to ignore.  ... 
doi:10.1017/aju.2021.33 fatcat:fvsjjjhrxrbflcpjfshae7fewq

Docencia participativa en bioética: comentarios

Miguel Kottow
2019 Revista Bioética  
generalmente limitan, los métodos docentes disponibles: escaseces presupuestarias, espacios reducidos en las mallas curriculares, falta de docentes para la enseñanza en grupos pequeños llevan frecuentemente a  ...  algunos métodos didácticos participativos como el método socrático, y neosocrático, el jacotodiano (maestro ignorante), el casuismo y el aprendizaje basado en problemas, identificando algunas limitaciones a  ...  in medicine, such as case studies, appears to be an ideal approach.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1983-80422019273321 fatcat:fufirlpj6bdt5blsixuo57i6qq

Introduction: Symposium on Robust Political Economy

Nick Cowen
2016 Critical Review  
Mark Pennington's Robust Political Economy is a systematic exposition of a framework for analyzing institutional performance.  ...  The Robust Political Economy framework evaluates institutions according to their ability to solve knowledge and incentive problems.  ...  good behind a veil of ignorance, agree to the principles on which their political institutions should be based.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08913811.2016.1264158 fatcat:mb5y6uua35hnlnokvdwedj7ur4

Pourquoi pas? Rational Choice as a Basic Theory of HRM

Wenzel Matiaske
2004 Management Revue  
In addition "rational choice" is conscious of the ignorance of its underlying action theory and this exposes it to the body of physiological and psychological knowledge.  ...  Instead, the contemporary "rational choice" approach may serve as a "new" basis for the discipline.  ...  However, "rational choice" approach is aware of the ignorance of its underlying action theory and is therefore open to integrate findings from social-psychological theories.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0935-9915-2004-2-249 fatcat:x6dptb5dljgjjbmvphqxn3tuse

Strategic planning as the intentional production of a "Trading Zone"

Alessandro Balducci
2015 City, Territory and Architecture  
For a long period of time there has been a kind of mirroring between the development of decision making models in Political science and the concepts and paradigms used in Planning theory.  ...  The paper holds that interpreting planning processes through the lens of the "Trading zone" concept proposed by Peter Galison in the field of history of science could be an interesting way of dealing with  ...  and partial agreements, but rather of a rationality based upon conflict and agonism (Mäntysalo et al. 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40410-014-0021-2 fatcat:zu76a6uscvfzdn7vhpccnmzhuy

Collective Action Problem [chapter]

Gert Tinggaard Svendsen
2020 The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Interest Groups, Lobbying and Public Affairs  
institutions, as has been the case with NATO and the WTO.  ...  in the rational choice approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-13895-0_34-1 fatcat:fchbifcs5jg3hdbfq3nkz6g3s4

Ethics, Rhetoric, and Politics of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: How Can the Concept of Social Contract Help Us in Understanding How to Make Peace Work? [chapter]

Sirkku K. Hellsten
2009 Making Peace Work  
However, the current policy approaches, social movements and theoretical models for conflict resolution tend to look at justice from merely technical point of view, as a rapid fix to overcome war and violence  ...  This relates the notion of 'peace' to 'security' and replaces the concept of 'justice' with the concepts of 'law and order'. Restoration of justice, however, does not merely mean .../  ...  Similarly feminists have noted that the communitarian nationalist approaches as well as their defence of cultural pluralism and collective rights (cultural, indigenous and group rights) tends to ignore  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230595194_5 fatcat:hrwrynb6ifcw3gkfqox6y73xdm
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