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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin

1st Person: Messner, Frank
Additional Persons: Zwirner, Oliver; Karkuschke, Matthias
Type of Publication: Paper
Language: English
Published: UFZ 2003
Series: UFZ Discussion Paper
Online: https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/45235/1/372051162.pdf
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
Messner, Frank
UFZ Discussion Paper
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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Participation in multicriteria decision support - the case of conflicting water allocation in the Spree River basin
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UFZ
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2003
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English
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Messner, Frank
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Zwirner, Oliver
Karkuschke, Matthias
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Zwirner, Oliver
Karkuschke, Matthias
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This discussion paper presents the Integrated Methodological Approach for participatory multi-criteria decision support under uncertainty (IMA), which emerged from the debates about participation, multi-criteria analysis (MCA) and benefit-cost analysis (BCA). It provides a framework for participatory and science-based evaluation processes with combined use of BCA and MCA to support large-scale public decisions. While IMA does not claim to realize an all-inclusive participation scheme, it offers the advantage to improve the quality of decision making through advances in competence and fairness. Its practical application with emphasis on its participatory elements is demonstrated by the case study on the water allocation conflict of the German Spree River, which involves the German capital of Berlin, an important wetland, and the needs to remediate a post-mining landscape.
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https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/45235/1/372051162.pdf
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UFZ Discussion Paper
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UFZ Discussion Paper
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