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ODR: The next green giant
The worlds of government and business, as well as individual preferences, are moving towards incorporating environmentally-friendly practices. Dispute resolution, just as every other human endeavor, has environmental impact. ...
Negotiation via email
(World Scientific, 2011)
Increasingly, negotiation interactions are taking place through channels other than face-to-face meetings. Negotiators find themselves engaging through e-communication channels -- primarily e-mail. The communication channel ...
You've got agreement: Negoti@ting via email
(DRI Press, 2009)
Astonishing amounts of negotiation are now conducted by e-mail - often with scant regard for underlying strategy, or even common courtesy. The authors unpack why this happens, and propose methods that will better prepare ...
Fairness, trust and security in online dispute resolution
The past fifteen years have witnessed immense growth in the application of technology in the field of conflict resolution. One area of particular interest is the growth of the practice and study of Online Dispute Resolution ...
Negotiation via (the new) email
(World Scientific, 2015)
While certainly one of the most familiar modes for online communication, email is a constantly shifting entity. This chapter explores common pitfalls encountered in negotiating via email as well as advantages the medium ...
Games, claims, and new frames: Rethinking the use of simulation in negotiation education
Negotiation educators have long considered the use of role-play simulations an essential classroom teaching method, and have had high expectations regarding their suitability and efficacy for teaching.| In this article, ...
Education of non-students
(DRI Press, 2013)
Most people do not take negotiation courses -- yet they learn new things and change their attitudes and behavior all the time. So far, with some exceptions, the negotiation field has taken little advantage of informal ...
Game of negotiation: The "Deliberation Engine"
(DRI Press, 2013)
This chapter envisions a negotiation game which can promote learning, as well as fact-finding on any hot-button issue. The authors outline a particular form of online game, in variants separately designed to work with ...