Procedural Justice, Problem Solving, and Negotiation Outcomes

6 Pages Posted: 24 May 2010

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Lynn Wagner

International Institute for Sustainable Development

Daniel Druckman

George Mason University - Department of Public & International Affairs

Abstract

Building on content analysis of negotiator statements that compared the process and outcome in multiple international, intergovernmental negotiations, this study further assesses the existence of procedural justice in eleven negotiations, to compare three categories of variables: process, procedural justice and outcome. The research asks whether procedural justice, problem solving processes and integrative outcomes are correlated, and whether procedural justice is a mediating influence between the other two variables. In addition, duration of the agreement was included as a fourth variable for some analyses. A question of interest is whether procedural justice also mediates the relationship between problem solving and duration.

Suggested Citation

Wagner, Lynn and Druckman, Daniel, Procedural Justice, Problem Solving, and Negotiation Outcomes. IACM 23rd Annual Conference Paper, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1615210 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1615210

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Daniel Druckman

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