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Areas of Expertise: Multiple-person, multiple-objective decisions including game theory; Multiple-criteria analysis; International strategy; Arms control; Environment management; Fair division; Strategic analysis of voting systems; Strategic analysis of negotiation
Biography: Research Interests: Game theory; decision theory; operations research and mathematical modeling; probability theory and theory of statistics; negotiation and negotiation support; environmental management
Assistant Professor (Policy)
Areas of Expertise: Business Strategy International Strategy Ethics
Biography: Dr. Detlev Nitsch is a member of the faculty of Wilfrid Laurier University's School of Business & Economics in Ontario, Canada. He teaches business strategy, international strategy, and ethics at the undergraduate and MBA levels. His current research?
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