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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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    Deliberative Democracy Meets Dispute ResolutionReflections and Insights from the 2005 Workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Dispute Resolution, Cambridge, Massachusetts

    Carri Hulet (producer), under the supervision of Lawrence Susskind

    Highlights of dialogue from a two-day workshop on deliberative democracy and dispute resolution approaches to civic engagement
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    Business and Commercial Role-Play:

    Development Dispute at Menehune Bay

    Lawrence Susskind, Thomas Dinell, and Vicki Shook
    Six-party, multi-issue, facilitated negotiation of a dispute over environmental issues, native rights, and commercial development interests in Hawaii
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    Business and Commercial Role-Play:

    Development on Bay Island

    Rafael Montalvo and Bruce Stiftel
    Two-party distributive negotiation between a developer and a city representative over the amount of money the developer will pay the city to defray costs associated with development
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    Community Dispute Resolution Role-Play:

    Dioxin – Waste to Energy Game

    Denise Madigan, Steve Foster, and Lawrence Susskind
    Six-party, multi-issue negotiation among four scientists, a city representative, and an environmentalist to develop the city's solid waste management strategy; also known as: Dioxin: Resource Recovery.
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    DS-30

    Robert Ricigliano and Victor Issraelyan
    Two-party, integrative international negotiation between representatives of two neighboring countries over compensation for pollution in one of the countries caused by an industrial accident in the other country
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    Cross-Cultural Role-Play:

    ENCO

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

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    Federal Lands Management IMatching the Process to the Situation

    Consensus Building Institute, Montana Consensus Council, and Bureau of Land Management
    Facilitated multi-party negotiation over the appropriate decision-making process for a federal land management dispute
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    Federal Lands Management IINegotiating a Resource Management Dispute

    Consensus Building Institute, Montana Consensus Council and Bureau of Land Management
    Facilitated multi-party negotiation over the appropriate environmental, commercial, residential, and other uses of federal lands in the Rocky Mountains
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    Finn River BasinNegotiating Boundary-Crossing Water-Management Agreements

    Danya Rumore, Anjali Lohani, and Mubarik Imam
    Seven-party, seven-person, multi-issue negotiation game involving a dispute over inter-provincial water allocations. It explores issues of prediction and monitoring, water sharing, and the environmental adequacy of water flows.
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    Legal Role-Play:

    Fishladder Claim

    Susan Podziba and Lawrence Susskind
    Three-party, two-round internal negotiation among agency officials over whether to litigate or pursue non-binding arbitration to settle a contract claim against a private contractor
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    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?
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    Flooding and Climate Change Risks in Northam

    Seven-person, multi-issue facilitated negotiation among local government, community, business, environmental, and engineering representatives trying to reach agreement on a strategy for managing climate change risks in a small coastal city
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    Flooding in MiltonCollectively Managing Climate Change Risks

    Seven-person, multi-issue facilitated negotiation among local government, community, business, and environmental representatives trying to reach agreement on a strategy for managing climate change risks in a mid-size coastal city.
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    Investment and Finance Role-Play:

    Foreign Direct Investment in Mandoa

    Michèle Ferenz, Stan Byers, and David Fairman with assistance from Professor Lawrence Susskind
    A facilitated multi-party negotiation among government officials regarding the design of a foreign direct investment strategy that balances economic, societal, and environmental concerns
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    Labor Relations Role-Play:

    Gadgets, Inc.

    Cheri Peele and Lawrence Susskind
    Six-party, four-issue negotiation among a company's management and union representatives, environmental groups, and state and federal environmental agencies over fines and adoption of new technology in response to the company's illegal polluting