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Satisficing Approaches to Governance of Shared Resources in a Multi-stakeholder Environment

Mon, 02/06/2012 - 14:59 -- jkenkwof
Faculty Advisor(s): 
Dr. Mo Mansouri
Faculty Email(s): 
Mo.Mansouri@stevens.edu
Program: 
Infrastructure Systems
Project Title: 
Satisficing Approaches to Governance of Shared Resources in a Multi-stakeholder Environment
Description: 

The agents of a multi-stakeholder environment have to either compete over or collaborate in forms of cooperation or coordination to maximize their access to the available resources of the network. Determining the level of competition versus collaboration among stakeholders is essential in stability of the environment. Thesis should provide a governance methodology for satisfying the collective objectives of stakeholders in a network.

References: 
  • Governing the Commons by Elinor Ostrom: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Actions; Cambridge University Press 1990
  • Mo Mansouri, Hamid R. Darabi, Nazanin Andalibi; Enterprise Systems Governance
  • Using Resource Based View of the Firm: FAA NextGen Case; 9 Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER); 2011, Redondo Beach, CA, April 14-16, 2011

 

Student Requirements: 

Completion of this project requires knowledge of a specific multi-stakeholder environment, governance methodologies, concepts of strategic management and policy making. A case study approach is required to validate the premises of the project. Passing Fundamentals of Enterprise Systems (ES-621) and Governing Development (ES-677) is a pre-requisite for this project.

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