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:: Volume 23, Issue 84 (12-2023) ::
جغرافیایی 2023, 23(84): 1-16 Back to browse issues page
The application of game theory in the optimal politicization of urban management networks in terms of health in post-COVID
Zahra Afzaliguruh1 , Isa Piri * 2, Amir Khavarian-Garmsir3 , Ahmad Pourahmad4
1- P. HD of Geography & Urban Planning, Zanjan University, Zanjan, Iran
2- Assistant Professor of Geography & Urban Planning, University of Zanjan, Zanjan, Iran.
3- Assistant Professor of Geography & Urban Planning, University of Isfahan, Esfahan, Iran
4- Professor of Geography & Urban Planning, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
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Post-COVID management and its optimal organization due to the multiplicity and adjustment of actors in the field of planning, policy-making may exist between two or more people or groups of people with different decisions and differences, and the existing situation arises. The present research aims to explain and apply the theory of games in the urban management network in the field of health, while recognizing the complexity of the problem, and facilitating the multiplicity of actors by modeling and analyzing the behaviors, and decisions of the actors.The present research is in the category of applied-developmental research in terms of its purpose and in the category of descriptive-analytical research in terms of its nature and method, which has been used to introduce, explain and apply game theories in the field of urban management networks in the field of health.For this post-COVID health situation in the city of Jiroft, three main decision-making actors can be distinguished: urban management, health management, infrastructure management. Due to the budget limitation, each of the decision makers has a limited budget, but if they have an efficiency mentality, they can choose options in a better way based on coordination with each other. Competition between decision makers is based on showing the most important option.The findings show that according to the position of the city manager in physical planning and the option of coordinating the actions of other managers, if a percentage of the budget is allocated to the city manager as a management value for achieving cooperation, then the probability of preference for the city manager increases and as a moderator, it is possible to provide the cooperation of the health and infrastructure manager in facilitating access to facilities and communication routes to facilities in the post-COVID era.
 
Keywords: : urban health, urban management, post-COVID ame theory, Jiroft city
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/08/31 | Accepted: 2022/12/6 | Published: 2024/04/30
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afzaliguruh Z, piri I, Khavarian-Garmsir A, Pourahmad A. The application of game theory in the optimal politicization of urban management networks in terms of health in post-COVID. جغرافیایی 2023; 23 (84) :1-16
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