What’s New with Collaboration, Conflict & Negotiation at Kellogg

 

Keith Murnighan Memorial Conference

On May 12-14, a small group of Keith Murnighan’s former doctoral students and collaborators will gather to honor his life and work at the Keith Murnighan Memorial Conference.

Sponsored by Kellogg’s Dispute Resolution Research Center (DRRC), the conference will feature sessions on fault lines, coalitions and bargaining, as well as trust, ethics and norms. Several of Keith’s collaborators will also discuss research that was in progress at the time of his passing. During the keynote, Keith’s closest colleagues will share insights about what he was like as a partner and friend throughout his academic journey.

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New Post-Docs in Conflict and Cooperation

Two new post-docs will join Kellogg in late summer to focus on research in conflict and cooperation:

  • Esther Sackett. Esther received her PhD in Business Administration, Management and Organizations from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Her research intersects the topics of goal systems, interdependence, team composition and team cognition.
  • Marlon Mooijman. Marlon received his PhD in Social and Organizational Psychology from Leiden University in The Netherlands. His research investigates interpersonal trust dynamics, punishment behavior, and ethical behavior in status- and power-hierarchies using a variety of interdisciplinary and methodological approaches.

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DRRC Continues Robust Distribution of Teaching Materials


Kellogg continues to be an internationally recognized provider of negotiation, competitive decision-making and dispute resolution teaching materials. Visit our recently relaunched website new.negotiationexercises.com. We offer nearly 300 exercises from more than 100 authors that are published in multiple languages and distributed globally. This year Kellogg is on track to sell more than 270,000 exercises, a year-over-year increase. All proceeds are reinvested in the DRRC enabling us to convene conferences at Kellogg, provide financial support to industry events, hire post-docs, award research grants and support the field.

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