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Research Partners

The NAP cooperates with many research institutions and researchers. The network is interdisciplinary and international. The aim of cooperation is to supplement and enrich the work of the NAP. Furthermore the subject of "negotiations” requires to be researched in close cooperation with practice. Therefore, the network of the NAP also includes many negotiation practitioners from different industries of the private and public sector.

Research partners (Abstract):

Dr. Lars Johan Åge

Department of Marketing and Strategy

Stockholm School of Economics

Prof. Dr. Habib Chamoun-Nicolas

Professor and advisory board member

St. Thomas University Cameron School of Business, Houston/Texas


Prof. Dr. James Eckert

Professor und advisory board member

Haworth College of Business of Western Michigan University

Prof. Dr. Peter LaPlaca

Professor of Management and Marketing

University of Hartford, USA


Dr. Micheal A. Merz

Associate Professor

College of Business, San José State University


Prof. Dr. Magarete Neale

Adams Distinguished Professor of Management

Stanford Graduated School of Business


Prof. Dr. Mareike Schoop

Professor of Information Systems

University of Hohenheim


Prof. Dr. Rudolf Vetschera

Research Group OPIM

University of Vienna


Dr. Per van der Wijst

Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication and Information Sciences 

Tilburg University


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The NAP is the first university academy for negotiation in Germany. Our goal is to generate latest findings in research on issues of negotiation management. Based on these insights, the negotiation training seminars of the NAP educates practitioners to improve their negotiating skills in order to optimize their purchasing negotiations, sales negotiations, personnel negotiations or e.g. collective bargaining.
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