It is often difficult to reach mutual agreement through a negotiation process. This article explains how institutions can reduce this difficulty. It begins with a fundamental dichotomy of bargaining situations between zero-sum and mixed-sum cases. This dichotomy is then linked to the diversity of products – public, CPR, club and private – that the players want to manufacture through negotiation. The article then systematically links goods and institutions, with an emphasis on international regimes and international organizations. Finally, the problem of the creation of institutions is examined from different analytical angles. Crowdsourcing and sharing the outbound involve a direct relationship with citizens. With crowdsourcing, citizens support the government. There are two types of relationships in the common use: citizens who ask for government help and citizens and the government who agree with each other. In addition, certain characteristics of social networks are linked to the sharing of outbound in public services: in order to reach a mutual agreement before the conclusion of the contract, the structure and requirements of the contract will be clarified during contract negotiations.
The final language of the treaty should reflect all agreements reached. Issues covered include jurisdiction and public authorities, applicable conditions and laws, technical and economic approaches, property rights, contractual financing, technical solution, global payments and prices. In the case of complex purchasing positions, contract negotiation can be an independent process with its own inputs (for example. B a list of outings or “open item lists”) and his own achievements (for example. B documented decisions). For simple purchasing positions, contractual terms can be fixed and non-negotiable and must be accepted only by the selected supplier. If part of a reciprocal business agreement includes the exchange of private information such as contact lists, trade secrets, business knowledge and vendor lists, a confidentiality clause may be added to the language. The privacy element of the contract should include that one of the main reasons why people like to use reciprocal confidentiality agreements is that they have proprietary information or business secrets that they wish to protect.