Negotiation research you can use: When anchoring isn’t effective

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Should you make the first offer in a negotiation? In most cases, yes, abundant research suggests. In single-issue negotiations centered on price or another figure, the party who moves first typically benefits by anchoring the discussion on her offer.
A new study by professor David D. Loschelder of Saarland University in Germany and his colleagues identifies

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