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Updated: 14 Dec 2020

Lose-Lose Negotiation

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A negotiation result where all parties to a negotiation leave resources or gold on the table at the conclusion of a negotiation and fail to recognize or exploit more creative options that would lead to a ‘win-win’ negotiated outcome. A term also used in ‘Game Theory’ and Economics.

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    Fedrau york on

    But i don’t understand why You said that both parties fail to recognise and exploit more creative options” I for instance if i don’t find interest in a particular game i Will leave it to The Dogs rather than doing something that is non beneficiary to me

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