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Culture and Joint Gains in Negotiation, Negotiation Journal

Abstract

What effect does culture have on the achievement of joint gains in negotiation? Prior research has identified a number of strategies, for example sharing information about preferrences and priorities, eschewing power, that lead to the development of joint gains when both negotiators are from the U.S. Are these same strategies used in other cultures? Are other strategies used? How effective are negotiators from different cultures in realizing joint gains? These are among the questions considered by the authors, whose research is based on data collected from negotiators from six different cultural backgrounds: France, Russia, Japan, Hong Kong, Brazil, and the U.S.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Jeanne Brett, Wendi L Adair, Alain Lempereur, Tetsushi Okumura, Peter Shikhirev, Catherine H. Tinsley, Anne L. Lytle

Date Published

1998

Citations

Brett, Jeanne, Wendi L Adair, Alain Lempereur, Tetsushi Okumura, Peter Shikhirev, Catherine H. Tinsley, and Anne L. Lytle. 1998. Culture and Joint Gains in Negotiation. Negotiation Journal. 14(1): 55-80.

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