Grant Information & Application
NTR’s 2020 round of research grants will be focused on negotiation and conflict management. Grant making will be in coordination with IACM and the CM division of the Academy of Management. A CM led committee will evaluate the grant proposals and make recommendations to the NTR Board of directors for funding.
Given the COVID 19 pandemic, NTR is particularly interested in research that uses a variety of online methods, such as capturing negotiators’ chatting, talking, and interacting via video, rather than research that sets up a scenario and asks people how they would negotiate. Grant money can be used to pay for data capture and coding. Use idecisiongames.com or record individual Zoom sessions to capture negotiators negotiating! Such data often require behavioral coding. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for new effective, efficient ways to code and capture negotiation strategy.
NTR grants supporting research on negotiation and conflict management are open to scholars associated with universities globally. These grants are available to scholars and teams of scholars at any career stage, but NTR and would especially like to support advanced PhD students, post docs or junior faculty. These grants are available to scholars around the world so long as their institution will accept grant funds in U.S. dollars without taking overhead or indirect costs.
Product and Acknowledgment
Researchers who receive support from NTR should acknowledge that support in publications that result from research supported by NTR. “This research was supported by a grant from NTR (negotiationandteamresources.com).” At the end of the NTR grant period, NTR expects researchers to submit an abstract of no more than 500 words describing the research. The abstract should be appropriate for posting on the NTR web site. NTR encourages grant recipients to present their research at international meetings.
2020 Application Information
NTR intends to fund at least eight $10,000 grants in the 2020 round of grants for research on negotiation and conflict management. Research proposals are due June 1, 2020 by noon EDT. Grant evaluation committee and NTR’s Board will announce the selected projects by August 1, 2020. Complete the downloadable Application Form, which requires a 500 word abstract, a budget, no more than 10 page proposal, and a CV. FORM
Grant money may be used for research travel (but not conferences), health insurance, visas, inoculations, living expenses, research expenses, and software (but usually not hardware). If this is a residency grant, the application must be signed by applicant and host. NTR is a 501c(3) corporation and does not pay overhead. Upload to the Application Form a grant proposal of not more than 10 pages. Add the applicant’s CV and the host’s CV (if relevant).
NTR Research Host Guidelines
- Hosts should have an ongoing research program in conflict, negotiation, or dispute resolution, broadly defined.
- Hosts’ institutions are expected to provide support for the resident in obtaining any necessary visas and health insurance. If home country health care will not extend coverage, NTR funds may be used for health insurance. Hosts are expected to provide desk space, library access, and internet connection for the resident. Ideally, the resident would have the status of visiting scholar and an institutional ID for the duration of the residency. Hosts are expected to welcome the resident and invite the resident to meet regularly with the host and the host’s research team. Hosts or hosts’ institutions should provide the resident with assistance in finding short-term housing. Hosts are encouraged to provide research funds for projects involving the resident to the extent possible.
- The expectation of the NTR Research Grant program is that the transfer of knowledge will go both ways. Residents should not be treated as free labor or given meaningless tasks. Hosts and residents should work together to produce a joint product. A 500 word abstract of that joint product should be emailed to email@example.com at the end of the proposed grant period.
- For U.S. residencies. If the resident is to be in direct contact with human subjects or data with identifiers, the host should arrange for the resident to take the CITI exam in advance of arrival. Alternatives include having the resident work only with non-identifiable data, or designing studies that the resident will run at his/her home institution.