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Roberto Salazar\'s Presentation in the Alumni Day of MGSoG (Maastricht Graduated School of Governance)

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    • ON THE MECHANICS OF GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT…
      Welfare Pentagons, Triangles and Hexagons:The Responsible Business Case forGraph & Game Theory
      ROBERTO F. SALAZAR-CÓRDOVA, ECUADOR
      WWW.HEXAGON.COM.EC
      MGSoG Alumni Day
      Governance Linkages & Partnerships
      Maastricht, 2008
    • ThreeIssues in AlumniLife: Factors, Actors and Sectors…
      Alumni Lifeand Action Spheres
      ACADEMIC
      COMPROMISE
      MGSoG
      DESIGN AND
      RESEARCH
      NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY
      I
      Pentagon
      Factors:
      ERA, NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY
      CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT
      SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS
      ECONOMY & BUSINESS
      FINANCE & INVESTMENT
      MANAGEMENT
      Actors:
      Households
      Social Networks
      PublicAuthorities
      MembershipInstitutions
      Family
      MarketActors
      Sectors:
      Economic
      Social
      Environmental
      ADVISORY
      Alumni
      CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT
      Financial
      Capital
      Human
      Capital
      SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS
      Natural
      Capital
      Social
      Capital
      ECONOMICS & BUSINESS
      FINANCE & INVESTMENT
      Hexagon:
      APPLIED
      RESEARCH
      MANAGEMENT
      Hexagon:
      PUBLIC
      ADVISORY
    • 1. FACTORS: ACTION SPHERES
      RESEARCH
      MGSoG
      DIALOGUE
      ERA, NATURE, RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY
      I
      W. Pentagon
      ADVISORY
      CULTURE & ENVIRONMENT
      Alumni
      SOCIETY & INSTITUTIONS
      ECONOMICS & BUSINESS DESIGN
      FINANCE & INVESTMENT
      MANAGEMENT
      APPLIED
      RESEARCH
      INDEPENDENT
      ADVISORY
      PROFESSIONAL
      CONSULTANCY
      BUSINESS
    • 2. ACTORS: WELFARE PENTAGON INSTITUTIONS
      (The Welfare Pentagon represents the five core institutions thathouseholds may use to satisfy current and future needs in a given society: family, markets, social networks, membership institutions and public authorities)*
      * Source: Notten, Geranda and Neubourg, Chris de.
      Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, Maastricht University, August 2007
    • 3. SECTORS: TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
      (COMPLETE FACTORS, ACTORS AND SECTORS)
      A.
      APPLIED
      RESEARCH
      B.
      INDEPENDENT
      ADVISORY
      C.
      PROFESSIONAL
      CONSULTANCY
      D.
      BUSINESS
      Social
      Capital
      Governments
      Communities
      Financial
      Capital
      International
      Agencies
      Business
      Corporations
      Natural
      Capital
      Human
      Capital
      Social
      Capital
      Social
      Capital
      NGOs &
      CSOs
      Media
    • GRAPH and GAME Theory
      “Hamilton is considered by far the greatest Irish scientist. His Theory of Systems Of Rays,
      completed when he was 23, provides a scientific basis for optics thas is still in use today.
      But Hamiton was prouder of his queaternions, a linear algebra of four dimensional vectors,
      which he developed in order to have an algebra of rotations in three dimensions”
      Gries, D & Schneider F. (1993)
      Definition: Let V be a finite, nonempty set of actors and E a binary relation of factors traded by sectors on V. Then a cooperative or non-cooperative game can be represented graphically as:
      Thus, Game Theory can use so-called directed graphs, or digraphs, where an element of V is called a vertex and an element of E, an edge.” /1
      Actors (Agents or Principals) can be positioned in vertexes and their interchange relations in (political or patrimonial) as edges (representing intensity)
      /1 See: Gries, D. and Schneider F. (1993), “A Logical Approach to Discrete Math”, Springler, New York.
    • Hexagon Dialogue and Graphs.An Example
      Households
      Social Networks
      PublicAuthorities
      MembershipInstitutions
      Family
      MarketActors
      In this basic Graph, E is the binary relation of edges (arrows):
      over the set of vertex (V):
      Family
      e
      Market
      Actors
      c
      Households
      b
      a
      Membership
      Institutions
      d
      Public
      Authorities
      Social
      Networks
    • Applying Graph & Game Theory toSRI Hexagon Dialogue and PPP for Governance and Development
      Delivery
      (welfare)
      e
      Efficiency
      (less cost)
      c
      Inclussion
      (governance)
      b
      Tributes
      (equal cost)
      a
      d
      Services
      (development)
      IfanEdgeisseen as anopportunitycost, thencompactinggraphs can beseen
      as a efficiencygain (and anadvancetowardsthecore of thesystem). This dual
      optimumsearchcan helpgovernance and developmentbyliberatingresources
      fortheinclussion of otheractors / corporations
    • SRI Hexagon Dialogue and PPP for Governance and Development
      Innovation
      f
      e
      Efficiency
      c
      Household´s Welfare
      Respect for
      Institutions
      a
      New Partnerships
      Inclusion
      Dialogue
      b
      d
    • HEXAGON GAME & GRAPHTHEORY(NOT INSTITUTIONS BUT STAKEHOLDERS: AGENTS/PRINCIPALS)
      AGENT (V0)
      PRINCIPAL
      (V1)
      EDGE
      (E)
      Households
      1
      1
      g1
      Communities
      2
      1
      g2
      3
      Governments
      1, 2, 6
      g3...g5
      4
      Media
      2
      g6
      5
      NGOs & CSOs
      2, 4
      g7...g8
      6
      Business
      Corporations
      1, 2, 3, 4, 5
      g9...g13
    • COMPLEXITY
      • Sustainable& ResponsibleInvestment
      • Public-PrivatePartnerships
      • Social Capital AgainstFraud and Corruption
      Public-Private Policy
      Partnerships
      (Enforceability)
      GLOBAL HEXAGON DIALOGUE
      & the Triple-Bottom Line
      www.hexagon.com.ec
      Social
      Capital
      Governments
      Communities
      Financial
      Capital
      Media
      Business
      Corporations
      Natural
      Capital
      Human
      Capital
      Social Dialogue
      Against Fraud
      and Corruption
      (Observability)
      Sustainable &
      Responsible
      Investment
      (Verifiability;
      Screening)
      Social
      Capital
      Social
      Capital
      NGOs &
      CSOs
      International
      Investors and
      Agencies
      STAKEHOLDERS CONTRACTS
      TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
      ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
      SOCIAL ISSUES
      ECONOMIC ISSUES
      OBSERVABILITY
      ENFORCEABILITY
      VERIFIABILITY
    • GOVERNANCE & DEVELOPMENT
      INTERNAL HEXAGON DIALOGUE
      HOUSEHOLDS
      Solutions
      Delivery
      Communities!!!
      (Social Basis)
      Promises and Partnerships
      Income and Products
      (Political Basis)
      (Community
      Investment Basis)
      (Market Basis)
      (Trust Basis)
      Cooperation
      Agencies
      Support
      Business
      Corporations
      Governments
      (Legal Basis)
      (Informational
      Basis)
      Stakeholders’ Analysis
      (Financial
      Basis)
      Investment
      Reports and Diffussion
      (Responsibility
      Basis)
      (Communicational Basis)
      (Accountability
      Basis)
      H
      G
      Internat.
      Investors
      Accounts
      B
      NGOs &
      CSOs
      Media
      Welfare
      Triangle
      (Ethical
      Basis)
      Welfare
      Pentagon
      (Trust Basis)
    • Applying the Concept
      Hexagon: Dialogue and Consultancy
      GOVERNANCE & DEVELOPMENT
      GLOBAL SRI HEXAGON DIALOGUE

      National &
      Sub-National
      Governments
      Rules and Provision
      Communities
      Governance
      HOUSEHOLDS
      Support
      Reform
      Information
      B I t C
      CSR 360:
      SRI Portfolios w/GPN
      (Global Partners Networks)
      International
      Cooperation
      National Private
      Corporations
      B I t C
      NGOs & CSOs
      SRI
      Global & Local
      Media
      Civil Society
      International
      Private
      Investors
      (Financial
      Basis)
    • Conclussions:
      ApplICATIONS OF Graph & Game Theory:
      Socially Responsible Investment Dialogue
      Public-Private Partnerships
      Governance and Development
      EASY GAMES REPRESENTATION
      FACILITATES GLOBAL NETWORKING
    • MUCHAS GRACIAS
      THANK YOU
      www.hexagon.com.ec