In many situations the result obtained may be unsatisfactory to some or all of the involved parties because self-interested behaviour prevents achieving common objectives. The protection of the environment, the foundation of effective interest groups, and successful teamwork within larger groups are only some examples.

By using game-theoretical methods we identify structural causes of such conflicts and develop concepts which foster reaching a group’s objectives. We advise you on establishing effective incentive systems and laying down the rules of cooperation and we support you in creating a cooperation-friendly environment.