Conflict Management Division/AOM Award Winners

What are the ‘big questions’ in culture and negotiation research?

A new special issue of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research is now out, edited by Jeanne Brett and Michelle Gelfand. With papers from the Kellogg Culture and Negotiation Conference, the article includes insights on intergroup conflict, globalization, trust, emotions, and cultural norms. A must-read for culture and conflict scholars!

2018 Conflict Management Division Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Conflict Management Division awards! Best Student Paper AwardSponsored by the Dispute Resolution Research Centre, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern UniversitySiyu Wu, “All-for-one or a free-for-all? On resource scarcity, team power dynamics, and performance“ Best Paper Award, Conflict in ContextSponsored by Emerald Publishing & The International Journal of Conflict …

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Call for PDWs – AOM 2019

2019 Conflict Management Division Professional Development WorkshopsCall for Proposals The Conflict Management (CM) Division invites proposals for Professional Development Workshops (PDWs) for the 2019 Academy of Management conference in Boston, MA. All CM PDWs will be scheduled from 8 am to 8pm on both Friday, August 9 and Saturday, August 10, 2019. PDWs offer opportunities …

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New issue of NCMR

There’s a great new issue of NCMR out, with papers about testosterone and cortisol during conflict, gender and unethical negotiating, explaining John Kerry’s failure to mediate in the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the costs to workplaces that tolerate incivility. Have a look!

NCMR Conceptual Review Issue

Lots of interesting new work in the most recent NCMR: New review papers on conflict and peacemaking Joel Gershenfeld and Tom Kochan’s tribute to Robert McKersie’s career Max Bazerman on how Howard Raiffa transformed the field of negotiation

New issue of NCMR!

A new issue of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research is now online.  It includes papers reviewing the lifetime contributions of Bill Zartman, Dan Druckman, and Barbara Grey, in addition to new empirical papers showing how past perceptions carry over to shape satisfaction in multi-round negotiations, and how group-chosen versus assigned leaders impact cooperation.

What papers have had the most impact on our field?

What papers from the recent past have made a difference in the field of conflict management?  Nominate an important article for consideration! AOM CONFLICT MANAGEMENT DIVISION CALL FOR AWARD NOMINATIONS INFLUENTIAL ARTICLE/CHAPTER PUBLISHED 2010-2013 Which conflict-relevant articles have influenced made a notable impact on the field? Has one of your own articles been important to the …

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2017 AOM Conference Awards

Best Empirical or Theoretical Paper Award Conflict Management Division Unpacking BATNA Availability: How Probability Can Impact Power in Negotiation Robin L. Pinkley Donald E. Conlon John E. Sawyer Dustin J. Sleesman Don Vandewalle Maribeth Kuenzi Best Student Paper Award The Asymmetrical Influence of Status Change on Helping Sarah Doyle Best New Directions Paper Award The …

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