I know that this sounds like another one of my dumb questions. But the meaning of negotiation is surprisingly opaque. People have very different ideas about this. And the … Continue reading What is Negotiation?
Brian Ganson (University of Stellenbosch Business School, Cape Town, South Africa) has published a paper with the Geneva Peacebuilding Platform (2011, Series Paper No. 2) in connection with their conference … Continue reading Ganson on Business and Conflict Prevention
Jonathan Hyman (Rutgers) has posted The Roots of Impasse in the Mind of the Mediator, a book chapter in Definitive Creative Impasse-Breaking Techniques in Mediation (Molly Klapper ed., 2011). The … Continue reading Hyman on the Roots of Impasse
Bob Mnookin (Harvard) published this op-ed in this past Monday’s Wall Street Journal. The opening: It’s hard to think straight when negotiating with an adversary you claim is evil, and … Continue reading Mnookin on Israel’s Deals with the Devil
Paula Young (Appalachian) has published two papers on teaching ethics in law school. Her 2011 article, Teaching the Ethical Values Governing Mediator Impartiality Using Short Lectures, Buzz Group Discussions, Video … Continue reading Young on Teaching Ethics
Ran Kuttner (Creighton) has posted The Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation, forthcoming in the Harvard Negotiation Law Review. The abstract: Using the wave/particle duality, a central principle in quantum physics as … Continue reading Kuttner on the Wave/Particle Tension in Negotiation
David Hoffman (Boston Collaborative Group) has posted Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy. The abstract: Mediation caucusing — that is, separate meetings conducted by the mediator with some, but … Continue reading Hoffman on Mediation and the Art of Shuttle Diplomacy
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