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Resolving Disputes By Arbitration

Author : Catherine Swee Kian Tay
ISBN : 9971692198
Genre : Arbitration and award
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In this book, the author explains in simple language how business contracts can be better managed by helping the reader be more aware of the various ways through which disputes may be resolved practically and efficiently, especially by arbitration. It also gives an overview of arbitration and the law, including domestic arbitration and international commercial arbitration, and the key elements and considerations that one should know. Intended for the general reader but should be an equally useful reference for the professional.

Resolving Disputes

Author : Jay Folberg
ISBN : 0735589011
Genre : Law
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Resolving Disputes Between Nations

Author : Martin Patchen
ISBN : UOM:39015014182169
Genre : Political Science
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The use of force and coercion to settle disputes between nations is a central problem of our time. Martin Patchen considers the circumstances that lead nations to use coercive means in disputes with other nations and also examines the effectiveness of other means of resolving international disputes. Patchen examines conflict and cooperation as general social processes and builds on previous work to present an overall theoretical framework that encompasses the conflict situation, perceptions of the adversary, decision-making, bargaining, and interaction and influence sequences.

How To Negotiate Like A Pro

Author : Mary Greenwood
ISBN : 9780595397334
Genre : Law
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For over twenty-five years, author Mary Greenwood has worked in careers that required expert negotiation. After becoming a professional union negotiator, she began to notice a specific set of rules people use to settle disputes. Greenwood compiles many of these rules in How to Negotiate Like a Pro: 41 Rules for Resolving Disputes, an easy-to-understand guide to negotiating any type of situation. Among these rules you will find the following: Focus on the goal and resist being distracted by emotions Request ground rules Avoid negotiating against yourself Do your research Know when to walk away Greenwood lists each rule and subsequently offers a concise explanation on how and when to use it in your negotiations. She explains the emotional frame of mind you need for negotiations and reveals the preparations, strategies, and tactics required to close the deal. Telephone and on-line negotiations are also discussed. Whether you're involved in a professional dispute with another business associate, your boss, or even an online seller, How to Negotiate Like a Pro will put you ahead of the game!

Resolving Disputes In Christian Groups

Author : Marlin E. Thomas
ISBN : 1895308151
Genre : Conflict management
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How People Negotiate

Author : Guy Olivier Faure
ISBN : 9789400709898
Genre : Social Science
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How People Negotiate brings together a set of negotiation stories, accompanied by an integrative overview. This volume provides cases and theoretical elaboration and includes a comprehensive overview of research on negotiation. Some negotiation stories are exotic and strange: they come from a large number of countries, ranging from China, to African Countries, to the Ancient Middle East. Others are drawn from Western settings such as France, Germany, and USA. The negotiations described take various forms: negotiating with oneself, negotiating one's own way through bicycle traffic or animals appearing to negotiate with each other. The stories begin with Abraham negotiating with the Lord about the fate of Sodom, the first-ever recorded account of negotiations. The negotiations in this volume present something new and unusual. They are catchy, intriguing, exciting, intellectually challenging and original. They give us a new perspective on negotiating, tell us something about the world we live in, and - by means of a worthwhile detour - they teach us about ourselves.

Resolving Disputes Without Litigation

Author : Bureau of National Affairs (Arlington, Va.)
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043899694
Genre : Law
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Resolving Disputes About Educational Provision

Author : Neville Harris
ISBN : 9781317064954
Genre : Law
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With contributions by recognised experts in the field of education law, this book is a comparative study of the resolution of special education disputes, including via mediation. It analyses the varying approaches in England, Scotland, the US and the Netherlands and addresses major questions of dispute resolution, redress, judicial and non-judicial approaches and the protection of citizens' rights. The first review of mediation in citizen v. state disputes outside the context of the courts, this topical book also incorporates findings from a recent ESRC study into dispute resolution in special educational needs cases. It will not only be of interest to those concerned with education issues but also those interested in administrative justice, especially the role of mediation generally

Guidelines For Understanding Adjudicating And Resolving Disputes In Elections

Author : Chad Vickery
ISBN : 9781931459624
Genre : Contested elections
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The Way Of Conflict

Author : Deidre Combs
ISBN : 1577319249
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 33. 16 MB
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The Way of Conflict teaches strategies for using ancient wisdom and modern techniques to confidently engage in any dispute and reach a balanced resolution. This groundbreaking book integrates the wealth of conflict skills found throughout the world’s major religious and indigenous traditions with the latest scientific systems and conflict resolution theory. It uses the cross-cultural metaphor of the four natural elements — earth, water, fire, and air — to identify the innate conflict personality types and propose a productive path through the chaos of conflict. Combining her extensive experience as a licensed mediator and corporate trainer with wisdom gained from years of spiritual study, Combs uses assessment tests, anecdotes from indigenous and religious traditions, and illustrative folktales to show how to quickly assess a conflict and implement an appropriate resolution strategy.

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