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    Environmental Role-Play:

    Win As Much WATER As You Can!

    Catherine Ashcraft
    Four-person, scoreable, prisoner’s dilemma game where players decide how to handle low water levels in 10 quick rounds; an adaptation of the case “Win As Much As You Can.”
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    Real Estate Role-Play:

    Wintertime in Winterville

    Jonathan Raab, Sarah McKearnan, Jan Martinez, and Michele Ferenz
    Four-party negotiation among a federal building manager, the building contracting officer, a local employment agency, and a nonprofit organization regarding the renewal of a janitorial services contract in the context of past service problems
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    Woodstove New Source Performance StandardA negotiated rule-making exercise

    Steven Maser
    Five- or six-person, multi-issue, facilitated negotiation among federal agency, state government, environmental, and industry representatives over the regulation of woodstove emissions; optional sixth role for industry association counsel
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    Labor Relations Role-Play:

    Work Rules Strategy

    Kathleen Valley
    Two-team iterated scoreable prisoner's dilemma exercise set in a labor/management context
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    Community Dispute Resolution Role-Play:

    World Trade Center Redevelopment Negotiation

    Lawrence Susskind, Katherine Harvey, David Kovick, F. Peter Phillips, Marc Wolinsky, Cathy Cronin Harris, and Simeon Baum
    Six-person facilitated negotiation among representatives of the city, state, developer, insurer, and victims' families regarding the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
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    International Relations Role-Play:

    Zalada Crisis

    Thomas Rasmussen, Elizabeth Kopelman, and Wayne Davis
    Two-party international negotiation between representatives of a former colonial power and an independent former colony over the release of two arrested embassy workers and related political consequences