|aIncludes bibliographical references and name index.
|tStrategic barriers to dispute resolution: a comparison of bilateral and multilateral negotiations /|rRobert H. Mnookin --|tWhat we have learned about teaching multiparty negotiation /|rLawrence Susskind [and others] --|tSequencing to build coalitions: with whom should I talk first? /|rJames K. Sebenius --|tDeliberative trouble? Why groups go to extremes /|rCass R. Sunstein --|tStrategic uses of argument /|rJon Elster --|tMultiparty negotiations /|rLeigh L. Thompson --|tNorms of deliberation: an inductive study /|rJane Mansbridge [and others] --|tVoting /|rHoward Raiffa --|tProceeding to a constitution: a multi-party negotiation analysis of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 /|rDana Lansky --|tMediating the war of olives and pines: consensus-based land-use planning in a multicultural setting /|rHephzibah Levine --|tWhat is consensus? /|rLawrence E. Susskind and Jeffrey L. Cruikshank --|tOn the ethics of planning: what profiles of planners can teach us about practical judgment and moral improvisation /|rJohn Forester --|tThe lawyer's role(s) in deliberative democracy /|rCarrie Menkel-Meadow --|tMediating public disputes: obstacles and possibilities /|rLawrence E. Susskind and Connie Ozawa --|tManaging meetings to build consensus /|rDavid A. Straus --|tImplementing consensus-based agreements /|rWilliam R. Potapchuck and Jarle Crocker --|tRegulatory negotiation and the legitimacy benefit /|rJody Freeman and Laura I. Langbein --|tScaling up deliberative democracy as dispute resolution in healthcare reform: a work in progress /|rCarrie Menkel-Meadow.