Learning on ecosystem services co-production in decision-making from role-playing simulation: Comparative analysis from Southeast Europe
Elena Gissi and
Ecosystem Services, 2018, vol. 34, issue PB, 228-253
Role-playing simulations (RPSs)â€”a type of serious gamesâ€”involve face-to-face mock decision making with multi-stakeholder negotiation. In decision making, they are often adopted to operate representations of central features of reality, highlighting rules and trade-offs, knowledge and learning-by-doing, motivations and negotiation processes.
Keywords: Ecosystem services trade-off; Ecosystem services supply and demand; Negotiation; Sustainable development; Renewable energy sources; Science-policy nexus (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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