A dynamic, optimal approach for multi-issue negotiation under time constraints
Multi-issue negotiation can lead negotiators to bi-beneficial outcomes which are not applicable in single issue negotiation. In a multi-isue negotiation, a negotiator's preference has a significant impact on the negotiation result. Most existing multi-issue negotiation strategies are based on an assumption that negotiator will fix its predefined perference throughout a negotiation, and the negotiator's concern on negotiated issues will not be impacted for any reason.
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