Intergroup and interpersonal dimensions of social behaviour: the case of industrial bargaining
AIMS: the exercise is designed as a roleplay experiment in intergroup processes in negotiation between union and management representatives. Negotiating instructions are varied to increase the salience of intergroup or interpersonal factors in negotiation.
KeywordsSocial Behaviour Trade Union Negotiation Process Industrial Relation Strong Case
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