Providing a comprehensive overview of the key theories and concepts that have guided the field of negotiation for several decades, Leigh Thompson and Cynthia Wang demonstrate how collaborative multi-disciplinary research has enriched the study of negotiation.
Reviews the fundamental constructs, measures and terms that are widely used in research and teaching
Examines how individual characteristics, situational contexts and ethical considerations of the negotiator influence negotiation processes and outcomes
Traces the roots of modern negotiation research and theory back to its economic and psychological origins, and outlines how behavioural decision-making and social utility research has shaped the contemporary study of negotiation
Cross-disciplinary in scope, this incisive Advanced Introduction will be an invaluable tool for early career academics of psychology, sociology, economics, and communication studies interested in conducting research on and teaching negotiation. MBA students will also benefit from its accessible overview of the history, key constructs and latest findings related to negotiation.
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