Is Inter-community Cooperation Without "Win-win" in Relationships?

inter-municipal cooperation ISA strategic management win-win coupled strategies in a common strategic process game theory


This article aims to examine the quality of the relation between all participants of the inter-municipal cooperation (IMC) as a key prerequisite for achieving effective results. A major role is given to the theory of games, which serves as the basis within which the development of the inter-municipal cooperation is seen as a common strategic process in which each community's actions are parallel tied strategies. The applied methods include literature analysis, where basic theoretical statements and links related to IMC process are presented and outlined.