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Internal Coordination in Complex Trade Negotiations

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Complex trade negotiations call for elaborate internal coordination and adept negotiating actors. In successful cases, these actors develop reciprocal dependent behaviors. Recent business and trade negotiation experiences testify to the development of process mechanisms in a variety of settings that demonstrate the capacity of the negotiators' role to expand. Constraints are acknowledged, essentially, the fact that the negotiator is a mandated agent and acts within a timebound context. Still, as drivers, negotiators practice their trade creatively to promote internal coordination, restructure the context, reframe and help solve micro-negotiation conflicts, and create conditions for the observance of reciprocating behaviors. The French term endroit is used to describe the venue in which collaborative negotiation is conducted.

Affiliations: 1: Altschul Consultants, Urquiza 1835/37, 1602 Florida, Buenos Aires, Argentina


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