Stuart S Nagel
This monumental handbook is dedicated to the sources of super-optimising, including: Thomas Saaty on multi-criteria decision-aiding software, Lawrence Susskind on alternative policy-dispute resolution, and Robert Reich on growth economics, which are the fields of management science, law, and social science, applied here toward building a super-optimum, win-win society.
Contents: Introduction; Part One: Win-Win Analysis in General (SOS or Super-Optimum Solutions); Win-Win Policy; Universal Values and Conflicting Means; Comments on Super-Optimizing Analysis. Part Two: Developing Nations and Global Policy Studies in General (DEV); Improving Developmental Policy; Comments from Participants; Global Policy Studies. Part Three: Four Sessions; Session One: Basic Ideas; Session Two: Examples; Session Three: Win-Win Creativity and Generators; Session Four: Win-Win Feasibility. Part Four: Other Materials; General Substance; General Methods; Miscellaneous Items; Endnotes; References; Index.