Negotiation research you can use: Recovering from adverse events in negotiation

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When setbacks arise in negotiation— from a take-it-or-leave-it offer to a walkout to an unexpected economic downturn—we’re faced with several choices. We can end the negotiation temporarily or permanently, we can double down and escalate conflict and competition, or we can see the setback as an opportunity for growth. By training ourselves to take this last

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