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Table of Contents

1 Different Kinds of Decision Makers
2 The Basics
3 To Be or Not To Be
4 Multiple Attributes
5 Sequential Decisions
6 Decision Criteria
7 Flexibility and Robustness
8 Number of  Decision Makers
9 Human Judgement
10 Summary
Chapter 8

Number of Decision Makers

Previous examples all have to do with a single decision maker - or if it is a group - all have common objectives - no conflict.

When we have more than one decision maker, with conflicting objectives, then we are in the domain of game theory - that area of economics

Problems of bias and influence, hidden agendas