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    Governmental Role-Play:

    Consultant, The

    Two-party, multi-issue negotiation in which the parties are at an apparent impasse: the most one party can pay is substantially less than the least the other party can accept.
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    Cross-Cultural Role-Play:

    ENCO

    Jeswald W. Salacuse, Arun Venkataraman, and Fritz von Carp

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    Governmental Role-Play:

    Monroe Energy Assistance Game II

    Jeffrey B. Litwak and Lawrence Susskind
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    Probation Games

    Lawrence Susskind and Susan Podziba
    A set of three simulations developed for and used in training court probation officers in negotiation techniques.
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    Family Role-Play:

    Building BridgesA High School Curriculum on Negotiation

    A high school curriculum on resolving differences through negotiation
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    IndopotamiaNegotiating Boundary-Crossing Water Conflicts

    Catherine M. Ashcraft under the supervision of Professors Lawrence Susskind and Shafiqul Islam
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    Water UseHelping Cities Adapt to Climate Change Risks (I)

    Evan Thomas Paul and Jessica Agatstein under the direction of Professor Lawrence Susskind
    This is a six-party, multi-issue negotiation game involving environmental, economic, social, and political interests in a city where the water infrastructure is inefficient and not up to the task of coping with extreme water events.


    Parties: 6. Time Req'd: 1-2 hrs. Teaching Notes: Yes.
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    International Relations Role-Play:

    Oil Pricing ExerciseBalancing long-term trust and short-term gain

    Roger Fisher
    Two-team, scoreable, multiple round, "prisoner's dilemma"-style negotiation between representatives of two countries over the monthly price for barrels of oil.
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    FloodingHelping Cities Adapt to Climate Change Risks (II)

    Sarah Hammitt and Jessica Artiles under the direction of Professor Lawrence Susskind
    An eight-party, environmentally-focused role-play simulation, Flooding deals with an investment firm that is in the final stages of a multi-year planning process for a large, riverside mixed-use development. FEMA recently updated Evantown’s Flood Insurance Rate Map and the development falls within the 100-year floodplain. In addition, a study by the local university concludes that altered precipitation patterns brought on by climate change will put more and more properties at risk of flooding in the future. Should the firm be allowed to go through with the development? How and to what extent should Evantown take measures to protect itself against flood risks? Who is responsible for paying for whatever adaptation measures are used to protect vulnerable areas?