Complex Dispute Resolution
Series Editor: Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Georgetown University and
University of California, US
This series collects essays on the development of foundational
dispute resolution theory and practice and their application to
increasingly more complex settings of conflicts in the world,
including multi-party and multi-issue decision making, and
negotiations in political policy formation and governance, and
international conflict resolution.
Each volume contains an introduction by the editor which
explores the key issues in the field. All three volumes feature
essays which span an interdisciplinary range of fields - law,
political science, game theory, decision science, economics, social
and cognitive psychology, sociology and anthropology - and consider
issues in the uses of informal and private as well as more formal
and public processes. The articles also question whether the
development of universal theoretical insights about conflict
resolution is possible with variable numbers of parties and issues
and in multi-cultural settings.
Taken together the three volumes in this series present classic
research articles on all aspects of complex dispute resolution and
constitute an invaluable reference resource for libraries and
academics in political decision making, human rights, international
relations and business and commercial law.
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