Alternative dispute resolution: the advocate's perspective
This casebook is designed for use in a one-semester course that focuses upon the group of alternative dispute resolution processes. Four aspects make this set of materials unique: The Teacher's Manual contains numerous problems for use in negotiation & mediation simulations, since interjection of problems into the text is needed for any ADR course to reach its potential.
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Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In
Roger Fisher,William Ury
Limited preview - 1991
E The ADR Bandwagon and its Critics
Basic Factors Affecting The Negotiation Process
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