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strategies of negotiation - an American-Japanese comparison by Kinhide MushakЕЌji

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Published by Sophia University in [Tokyo .
Written in English


  • Negotiation -- Mathematical models,
  • Games of strategy (Mathematics)

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SeriesInstitute of International Relations for Advanced Studies on Peace and Development in Asia. Research papers. Series A-4
ContributionsInstitute of International Relations for Advanced Studies on Peace and Development in Asia
The Physical Object
Pagination42 l.
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14626308M

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examine and compare negotiation styles from two of the most disparate cultures in the world, those of the United States and China. The Chinese market has become more and more open during the last three decades. An understanding of cultural differences between the US and China has become increasingly important for companies in both countries. Though. R. L. Jackson, The Negotiation of Cultural Identity: Perceptions of European Americans and African Americans (). V. M. Pearson, & W. G. Stephan, Preferences for styles of negotiation: A comparison of Brazil and the US, 22(1) International Journal of Intercultural Relations (). Negotiation Genius – Summary. About the Authors: Deepak Malhotra is an American economist and professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business focuses on negotiation strategies and dispute resolutions. Max Hal Bazerman is also a professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and he specialized in business psychology. "The book is based upon planning over several years and through two conferences, once in Chicago and the other in Tokyo. The strategies of negotiation; an American-Japanese comparison by Kinhide Mushakōji Diplomatic negotiations in international disputes Diplomatic relations East Asia Economic policy Europe Games of strategy.