2013 Winner of the Raiffa Doctoral Student Paper Award

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The Program on Negotiation has awarded Netta Barak-Corren the 2013 Howard Raiffa Doctoral Student Paper Award for her paper, co-written with Edy Glozman and Ilan Yaniv, “False Negotiations: The Art & Science of Not Reaching an Agreement.” Ms. Barak-Corren is an LLM candidate at Harvard Law School.

 

 

About the Award:
The annual prize of $1000 is awarded to a doctoral student author of the best research paper on a topic relating to negotiation, competitive decision making, dispute resolution, mediation, or ADR. This student must be enrolled at a PON-affiliated graduate or professional school, and while there may be co-authors of the paper, the student should be a lead author. This prize was established by PON in 2008 in honor of Professor Howard Raiffa, Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Managerial Economics, Emeritus. Professor Raiffa was one of the founders of the Program on Negotiation.

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