Robert Mnookin discusses how international negotiators are commonly domestic politicians with a concern about domestic stakeholders and conflicts ‘behind the table.”
Robert H. Mnookin is the Director of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project. He is the Samuel Williston Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, and the Chair of the Program on Negotiation MORE >
Indisputably The New York Times published an interesting article worth reading, which riffs on Mark Zuckerberg’s statement that Facebook would develop an independent body to make decisions about acceptability of...
Lawsuits arise from a process social psychologists call "naming, blaming and claiming." I broke my toe last week (youch!) when I was talking to my husband from another room and...
Diane Neumann discusses some mediating cases involving lesbian and gay considerations.
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