Justice & Negotiations eJournal
Editor: Donald Conlon
Michigan State University

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts that examine issues related to justice or fairness within contexts involving negotiation, dispute resolution, conflict management, or resource allocation. This includes studies of distributive justice, procedural justice, interpersonal justice, informational justice, interactional justice, or retributive justice (revenge). In essence, any study that examines antecedents of fairness judgments, or consequences of fairness judgments, with implications for negotiation, dispute resolution, conflict management, or resource allocation, is appropriate. Topics such as honesty, deception, lying, and ethics are also included here. Empirical or theoretical studies at any level of analysis (intrapersonal, interpersonal, intragroup, intergroup, organizational, interorganizational, societal, international, etc.) are welcome.

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Editor: Donald Conlon
Michigan State University


Robert Bies

Joel Brockner

Jason Colquitt

Russell Cropanzano

Jerald Greenberg

Kees van den Bos