NTR-IACM Early Career Scholars
The NTR-IACM inaugural Early Career Scholars Program encourages early-stage scholars to conduct research on negotiation and conflict management, to participate in the International Association of Conflict Management (IACM), and to become active, long-term members of the association. NTR is committed to supporting five scholars annually beginning with the 2022 IACM conference.
Scholars were selected based on the quality of their full paper submissions to the IACM annual conference and expected to attend and present at second IACM conference within the following three years.
2022 NTR-IACM Early Career Scholars
- Carlina Conrad, IE Business School, Spain; Paper title: The Role of Controlled Motivation in Transgressor Reconciliation Outcomes; keywords: reconciliation, motivation, apology. This is the author’s first time submitting to IACM.
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- Patricia Oehlschläger, University of Potsdam, Negotiation Academy Potsdam, Germany; Paper title: Is There More to In-Person Than to Online Negotiation Teaching? Effectiveness of In-Person versus Online Negotiation Teaching for Practitioners; Keywords: negotiation teaching, negotiation pedagogy, online or virtual versus in-person teaching, practitioner study.
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- Danqiao Cheng, UCLA Anderson School of Management, United States; Paper title: Insidious Effects of Compliments: Positive Stereotypes Help Legitimize Discrimination; Keywords: Positive stereotype, discrimination, intergroup. This is the author’s first time submitting to IACM.
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- Burint Bevis, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; Paper title: Building an interpretable NLP system to encourage conversational receptiveness; Keywords: Natural language processing, Technology adoption, Conflict management. This is the author’s first time submitting to IACM.
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- Daniela Goya-Tocchetto, Duke University, United States; Paper title: Reducing class-based prejudice with simple reminders of how socioeconomic background impacts individual achievements; Keywords: Social class bias; Socioeconomic status; Diversity initiatives.
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