Harvard Negotiation Research Project

The goals of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project (HNRP) include strengthening the theoretical underpinnings and empirical scholarship related to negotiation and dispute resolution, and developing the practical tools that translate theory into practical processes for parties engaged in conflict. Recently HNRP has focused on the limits of negotiation and the challenge of making wise decisions about whether to negotiate or resist; and ethnic conflict in divided societies. Professor Robert H. Mnookin is Chair of the Harvard Negotiation Research Project.

Announcing the Third Annual Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Workshop

PON Staff   •  10/13/2009   • Filed in Events, Harvard Negotiation Research Project, Research Projects

The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School will host the Third Annual Dispute Resolution Works-in-Progress Workshop.
The workshop will be held in Cambridge on Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th until 1:00PM.
For this year’s workshop the Steering Committee includes Andrea Schneider, and Art Hinshaw, each of whom hosted an earlier workshop.
Needless to say, we … Read More 

Bargaining with the Devil and other Ongoing Research

PON Staff   •  07/31/2008   • Filed in Harvard Negotiation Research Project

Ongoing research includes the following: Bargaining with the Devil, Negotiating Ethnic Conflict and the Israeli Settlements Projects.

Bargaining with the Devil
Professor Mnookin is working on a new book project: Bargaining with the Devil: What to Do When the Stakes Are High and the Other Side Seems Evil.  By “devil” is meant an enemy who may have … Read More 

Negotiation Conference Examines West Bank and Gaza Settlements

PON Staff   •  11/12/2003   • Filed in Harvard Negotiation Research Project, News, Webcasts

Webcasts
Opening Remarks
Dean Elena Kagan
Harvard Law School
Dean Richard Morgan
UNLV Boyd School of Law

Introduction to the Settlement Dilemma
Robert Mnookin

Panel 1
Religious and Ideological Dimensions

Panel 2
Political Dimensions

Panel 3
Psychological Dimensions

Panel 4
Legal Dimensions and Human Rights Issues

Panel 5
Compensation Schemes and Dispute Resolution Mechanisms

Panel 6
International Dimensions, The Role of Third Parties

Concluding Comments
Robert Mnookin

RealPlayer Recommended (download here)

Reported by the Harvard Law School News … Read More 

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