Analyzing Economic Market Interactions as Conflicts
Mason, Simon J.
- Working Paper
Complementing market-based policy instruments with conflict analysis approaches provides a wider understanding of market situations and allows to identify minimal requirements regarding needs, power and conflict dynamics. If these are not met, a market cannot be successfully introduced or a liberalization process implemented. Conflict analysis offers a language better suited to the concerns of people negatively affected by new markets. Applying this language helps to counterbalance the predominance of economic concepts. This fosters mutual understanding and enhances the prospect for successful implementation of market-based policies. We illustrate the potential of conflict analysis with examples from water privatization and labeling Show more
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Journal / seriesWorking Paper
SubjectMarket interactions, Liberalization, Privatization, Labeling, Conflict analysis, Needs
Organisational unit03515 - Wenger, Andreas / Wenger, Andreas
NotesPublished as \". Analyzing economic market interactions as conflicts: New concepts to assess market-based policy instruments\". .
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