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The tendency to view a negotiation as purely distributive; what one side wins, the other side loses. (Robert H. Mnookin, Scott R. Peppet and Andrew S. Tulumello, Beyond Winning [Belknap Press, 2004], 168). See Also: How Negotiation Examples Can Help You Become A Better Mediator, Program on Negotiation Faculty Discuss the Government Shutdown Negotiations, Finding More Value at the Bargaining Table.

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Role Simulations

Role Simulation
Business and Commercial Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Discount Marketplace and Hawkins Development

Lawrence Bacow
Two-party negotiation between a shopping center developer and a prospective anchor tenant over the terms of the proposed lease's "use, assignment, and subletting" clause
Role Simulation
Public Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Managing Growth in Rockville

Armand Ciccarelli and Lawrence Susskind
Seven-person, multi-issue mediation among business, planning, environmental, and agricultural interests regarding growth management and comprehensive planning
Role Simulation
Business and Commercial Dispute Negotiation Role-Play:

Tendley Contract

Two-party integrative contract negotiation between a computer consultant and a school district representative at an apparent impasse over different expectations over cost of services

Books

original
Book

Shafiqul Islam and Lawrence E. Susskind

In this book, the authors show how open and constantly changing water networks can be managed successfully using collaborative adaptive techniques to build informed agreements among disciplinary experts, water users with conflicting interests, and governmental bodies with countervailing claims.

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