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Title

An ANP approach for the stakeholder analysis in participatory environmental management. The case of Spanish wetland La Albufera

AuthorsAragonés-Beltrán, Pablo ; García-Melón, Mónica
KeywordsAnalytic network process
Stakeholder analysis
Participatory decision making
Issue Date2014
CitationISAHP 2014
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to analyze the influence of the stakeholders in a participatory decision making process. For that, the relationships and influences among stakeholders involved in a specific environmental problem, namely rice straw management in the Natural Park of La Albufera, Valencia (Spain), have been studied using an Analytic Network Process approach. The main question we set is how to measure the influence among stakeholders. This a complex question in a real life problem, due to the difficulty for a stakeholder to answer the direct question: Who do you think exerts more influence on you when you have to solve a problem? In this work, we present a case study assuming that the information exchange is the way to measure the influence among the individuals in the network. We will use these data to solve an easy ANP model. This model is a first approach to prove the utility of ANP to measure the influences among stakeholders in a Social Network.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado al International Symposium of the Analytic Hierarchy Process celebrado en washington (US) del 29 de junio al 2 de julio de 2014.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/132533
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