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Private Policy Negotiation [chapter]

Klaus Kursawe, Gregory Neven, Pim Tuyls
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present a formal definition of the mutually privacy-preserving policy negotiation problem, i.e. the problem of negotiating what data will be revealed under what conditions, while no party  ...  Less work has been done however on negotiating a privacy policy, especially if the negctiation process itself is considered privacy-sensitive.  ...  Private policy negotiation is also related to the problems of private matching and set intersection [FNP04] , where two parties want to compute the intersection of their private datasets.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11889663_6 fatcat:csc2kfmstrfofkrffbstywtiha

When negotiation fails: private education as a disciplinary strategy

Ali de Regt *, Don Weenink
2005 Journal of Education Policy  
the same time, parents feel they cannot force their children to work for school if these are not motivated, especially so because middle-class child-rearing practices have changed in the direction of negotiation  ...  When regular schools, too, are unable to discipline the students sufficiently, parents may resort to private education.  ...  Problems occurred when negotiation did not work and adolescents disregarded their parents' wishes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0268093042000322838 fatcat:cs5y7nb5pjhghcqera6l6aezqq

Collaborative environmental negotiation with private non-verifiable information: an experimental test

Christopher Bruce, Jeremy Clark
2014 Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy  
In this paper, we devise, and implement, an experimental protocol that allows for a strong test of the effects of private information.  ...  In many cases governments invite interest groups to use collaborative negotiation to resolve environmental conflicts.  ...  Second, as we argued above, the literature on collaborative negotiations presumes that environmental policies are multi-faceted.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21606544.2014.972990 fatcat:xw2wvuokwvev7ohkkndac4qskm

Negotiating Spaces and the Public–Private Boundary: Language Policies Versus Language Use Practices in Odessa

Abel Polese, Rustamjon Urinboyev, Tanel Kerikmae, Sarah Murru
2018 Space and Culture  
Theoretically, starting from the way public and private are negotiated, and the extent to which this happens, we will suggest that resistance to state measures, and policies, that do not suit a considerable  ...  While the so-called "end of public space" literature, focusing on encroachment of private interests and state surveillance, has contributed to critical thinking of access (or the lack thereof) to public  ...  and private performances, for informally subverting official public policies and narratives.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1206331218799021 fatcat:v47jmdzz3bch5fxadhh366vxgu

Improving management of small natural features on private lands by negotiating the science-policy boundary for Maine vernal pools

A. J. K. Calhoun, J. S. Jansujwicz, K. P. Bell, M. L. Hunter
2014 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Improving management of small natural features on private lands by negotiating the science-policy boundary for Maine vernal pools Edited by Anthony J.  ...  ., boundary objects) in successfully negotiating the science-policy boundary (14, 16) .  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.1323606111 pmid:25002496 pmcid:PMC4121835 fatcat:kbpht77lujb3vgf7y2by245f3i

European Governance: Negotiation and Competition in the Shadow of Hierarchy

TANJA BÖRZEL
2010 Journal of Common Market Studies  
Unlike at the national level, however, this governance mix entails hardly any network forms of governance, which systematically involve private actors.  ...  The EU is largely governed by negotiated agreements between inter-and transgovernmental actors.  ...  by supranational actors. 2.2.7 Delegated/regulated self-coordination: private negotiations in the shadow of hierarchy 2.2.8 Private interest government: private negotiation systems Private actors  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-5965.2009.02049.x fatcat:uqdepows4nbmxlmz2syxqgd3ym

Intellectual Property as a Bargaining Environment

Joseph Farrell
2009 Innovation Policy and the Economy  
Executive Summary Intellectual property policy relies on bargaining in the shadow of exclusivity.  ...  We can also learn about policy tradeoffs from both successful and unsuccessful private negotiations.  ...  One can view each as a privately negotiated response to a dysfunction in how the default patent policy operates in a particular zone.  ... 
doi:10.1086/592420 fatcat:c7six2f6rjf7jb4eklfwzeofxe

On the role of confidentiality and deadlines in bilateral negotiations

Silvana Krasteva, Huseyin Yildirim
2012 Games and Economic Behavior  
The preference between public and private negotiations for a buyer who sequentially visits two suppliers is examined.  ...  It is shown that the buyer weakly prefers to conduct private negotiations in order to create strategic uncertainty about the trade history.  ...  Policy Up to now we have considered the cases in which, prior to visiting the suppliers, the buyer can credibly commit to her disclosure policy, resulting in public, private, or partially private negotiations  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.geb.2012.01.009 fatcat:veppoqdzaraohjgv5mpze6lew4

Page 705 of Political Studies Vol. 47, Issue 4 [page]

1999 Political Studies  
Because chief negotiators remain concerned with ratification of agreements in domestic policy arenas, domestic negotiations concerning the definition, formulation, and implementation of policy alternatives  ...  Research on the impact of intergovernmental negotiations on the types of national policy networks is still somewhat limited.  ... 

Entrepreneurship and Privatization in Central Europe: The Tenuous Balance Between Destruction and Creation

Andrew Spicer, Gerald A. McDermott, Bruce Kogut
2000 Academy of Management Review  
What is the best set of privatization policies to release entrepreneurial endeavors in transition economies?  ...  Policies of mass privatization in Central Europe were predicated on the belief that private ownership through securitization of property rights would provide powerful incentives for efficient restructuring  ...  Policies of negotiated property reform treat property rights as negotiated claims, not as tradable securities as in the mass privatization model.  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2000.3363531 fatcat:taeuhc3vzffthbqpv3nqjehqii

Entrepreneurship and Privatization in Central Europe: The Tenuous Balance between Destruction and Creation

Andrew Spicer, Gerald A. McDermott, Bruce Kogut
2000 Academy of Management Review  
What is the best set of privatization policies to release entrepreneurial endeavors in transition economies?  ...  Policies of mass privatization in Central Europe were predicated on the belief that private ownership through securitization of property rights would provide powerful incentives for efficient restructuring  ...  Policies of negotiated property reform treat property rights as negotiated claims, not as tradable securities as in the mass privatization model.  ... 
doi:10.2307/259315 fatcat:33k52c24j5bifglauh65b63eq4

Negotiating trust in the Web

M. Winslett, T. Yu, K.E. Seamons, A. Hess, J. Jacobson, R. Jarvis, B. Smith, L. Yu
2002 IEEE Internet Computing  
To enable interactions across security domain boundaries, the TrustBuilder trust negotiation system establishes trust between strangers by gradually disclosing credentials.  ...  How can trust negotiation become popular, since people have not rushed out to obtain private keys?  ...  control Message Legend example, how can developers use credentials and policies to implement trust negotiation in a scalable, reliable, private, secure, and highly available manner, and how can trust negotiation  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2002.1067734 fatcat:oguifu6dsjhojmeb4rjfml6vs4

Achieving Privacy in Trust Negotiations with an Ontology-Based Approach

A.C. Squicciarini, E. Bertino, E. Ferrari, I. Ray
2006 IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing  
We argue that formulating the trust negotiation requirements in terms of disclosure policies is often restrictive.  ...  These relationships can be used by a credential requestor to reason about which disclosure policies he/she should use in a trust negotiation.  ...  A private concept group contains a set of concepts that should not be all released during the same negotiation session.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tdsc.2006.3 fatcat:jbbiy7c6xzgzhi4mhkilveblv4

Protecting Privacy during On-Line Trust Negotiation [chapter]

Kent E. Seamons, Marianne Winslett, Ting Yu, Lina Yu, Ryan Jarvis
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
that have been designated as sensitive, private information.  ...  When a credential contains sensitive information, its disclosure is governed by an access control policy that specifies credentials that must be received before the sensitive credential is disclosed.  ...  Brands [4] introduced techniques for designing Private Credentials and protocols for issuing and disclosing Private Credentials.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36467-6_10 fatcat:l4sgfcb7ofcipgjxyir3txp2nu

The role of negotiated developer obligations in financing large public infrastructure after the economic crisis in the Netherlands

Demetrio Muñoz Gielen, Sander Lenferink
2018 European Planning Studies  
Dutch municipalities struggle since then with falling local financial sources, especially since active public land policy, traditionally an important additional financial source, became not so profitable  ...  On the basis of surveys, interviews and policy analysis, we conclude that at least a quarter of Dutch municipalities use developer obligations to obtain financial sources for large infrastructure.  ...  We think that these provincial policies are of some relevance for the scope of this paper (whether and how public bodies negotiate contributions towards large public infrastructure from private land developers  ... 
doi:10.1080/09654313.2018.1425376 fatcat:n5w6vjsi3rhploxe3fuun2r2l4
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