conflict management process

The process involved in the long-term management of intractable conflicts and the people involved in them so that they do not escalate out of control and become violent.

The following items are tagged conflict management process.

Announcing the 2012 PON Summer Fellows

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About the PON Summer Fellowship Program:

PON offers fellowship grants to students at Harvard University, MIT, Tufts University and other Boston-area schools who are doing internships or undertaking summer research projects in negotiation and dispute resolution in partnership with public, non-profit or academic organizations. The Summer Fellowship Program’s emphasis is on advancing the links between

Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio

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Paola Cecchi Dimeglio is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at PON. She studies the effects of gender, culture and organizational behavior on international strategic alliances using quantitative and qualitative research methods. Currently, at PON, Dr. Cecchi Dimeglio is focusing on three research projects: 1) the effects of gender and culture on the decision-making, negotiation and conflict management processes in international partnerships in Asia, 2) the effects of gender on law school performance, and 3) gender and entrepreneurship.

Announcing the 2011 PON Summer Fellows

Posted by & filed under Daily, PON Summer Fellowships, Students.

About the PON Summer Fellowship Program:

PON offers fellowship grants to students at Harvard University, MIT, Tufts University and other Boston-area schools who are doing internships or undertaking summer research projects in negotiation and dispute resolution in partnership with public, non-profit or academic organizations. The Summer Fellowship Program’s emphasis is on advancing the links between

Gender matters

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Adapted from “Gender Assertiveness and Implicit Sexism,” first published in the Negotiation newsletter.
Most gender research in negotiation has examined differences between women and men, such as the tendency of women to be more anxious about the process and to set lower aspirations than men. The question of how people react to female negotiators versus