Culture, Negotiation, & International Conflict eJournal
Editor: Raymond Friedman
Vanderbilt University

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that analyze cultural differences in conflict management and negotiation. The term conflict is broadly construed to include disputes that are interpersonal, intra-team, cross-group, organizational, inter-organizational, or international. The term culture refers to group-level differences in behavioral styles, norms, and values that often vary across nations and racial or ethnic groups. And the types of topics covered include (but are not limited to) negotiation, mediation, arbitration, justice, and social influence tactics. Any research method is acceptable, such as experiments, survey research, and ethnography. Theory papers are also appropriate.

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Editor: Raymond Friedman
Vanderbilt University


Jeanne Brett

Deborah Cai

Peter Carnevale

Martin Davidson

Carsten De Dreu

Michele Gelfand

Barbara Gray

Alain Lempereur

Kwok Leung

Christopher McCusker

Michael Morris

Dean Tjosvold

Evert Van de Vliert