Multiparty Negotiation

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Edited by: Larry Crump & Lawrence E. Susskind

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Multiparty negotiation is a rapidly developing but complex field whose literature is scattered across a broad range of disciplines and sources. This four-volume collection consolidates this knowledge by bringing together classic works and cutting-edge papers from law, international politics, organization studies and public administration.

Multiparty Negotiation: An Introduction to Theory and Practice; Public Dispute Resolution; Organisational and Group Negotiations; Complex Legal Transactions; International Negotiations

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  • Editors' Introduction: Multiparty Negotiation: An Emerging Field of Study and New Specialization
    LawrenceE.Susskind and LarryCrump

    Publication of this four-volume set marks an initial effort to identify how and why multiparty negotiation should be treated as a distinct field of study. Negotiation specialists in law, international relations, public administration, urban planning, business management, and organizational studies – to name just a few fields – have a strong interest in managing conflict and helping groups and individuals solve problems, regardless of the number of parties involved. Theory-building efforts focused on the unique attributes of multiparty negotiation can help professionals in these fields achieve their goals.

    We consider any negotiation involving more than two parties – whether the parties are individuals, groups, organizations, or national governments – a multiparty negotiation. ...

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