About: Max Bazerman

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Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Executive Committee Member, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School

Max Bazerman is a leader in the fields of decision making, negotiation, and behavioral ethics. He has consulted, taught, and lectured in 30 countries, and is the author, co-author, or co-editor of 20 books and more than 200 research articles and chapters, including Negotiation Genius (Bantam Books). 

His other honors include an honorary doctorate from the University of London, the Aspen Lifetime Achievement Award, being named as one of Ethisphere’s 100 Most Influential in Business Ethics, and both the Distinguished Educator and the Distinguished Scholar Awards from the Academy of Management. He was additionally named a Daily Kos Hero for going public about how the Bush administration corrupted the RICO tobacco trial.

Education
B.S., University of Pennsylvania
M.S.O.B., Carnegie Mellon University
Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University
M.A., Harvard University (honorary)
D.Sc., University of London (honorary)

Research interests
Conflicts of interest, decision making, ethics, negotiation, organizational behavior 

Selected publications

 

Email:mbazerman@hbs.edu

Website: Max Bazerman

Most Recent Article By Max Bazerman

Essential Negotiation Skills: Limiting Cognitive Bias in Negotiation

In past articles, we have highlighted a variety of psychological biases that affect negotiators, many of which spring from a reliance on intuition, and may hinder integrative negotiations. Of course, negotiators are not always affected by bias; we often think systematically and clearly at the bargaining table. Most negotiators believe they are capable of distinguishing … Read More