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Negotiation: Theory and Practice- PARCC Summer Institute Course

Room 202 Hall of Languages

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Negotiation: Theory and Practice meets Sunday, May 17th (4-9 pm) through Friday, May 22nd (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm).  Instructor: Robert Rubinstein.  

This course introduces negotiation theory and the skills associated with successful practice. It explores tensions between distributive and integrative negotiation, principles of interest-based negotiation, importance of preparation, sources of power, role of culture, and ways to overcome dirty tricks and other barriers to successful negotiation. An interactive learning approach is featured, using lecture, discussion, exercises and simulations, to build personal capacities for successful negotiating. Exercises include two-person to more complex multi-party negotiations, in both domestic and international cases. 

The Summer Institute for Creative Collaboration and Conflict is sponsored by PARCC- Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration.  

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