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The Effect of computer intervention and task structure on bargaining outcome

Author: Jelassi, Tawfik ; Jones, BethINSEAD Area: Technology and Operations ManagementIn: Theory and Decision, vol. 28, no. 3, June 1990 Language: EnglishDescription: p. 355-377.Type of document: INSEAD ArticleNote: Please ask the Library for this articleAbstract: This paper reports on a study that examined the impact of computer presentation of suggested solutions during negotiation, in bargaining situations that can be characterized as integrative or distributive. It was found that in the integrative task, the bargainers achieved higher joint outcomes when presented with suggestions. They had a more negative perception of the negotiation atmosphere, however. In the distributive task, the suggestions did not help achieve joint gains, but it lessened negative attitudes of the bargainers. Bargainers who received suggestions felt both they and their partner had been somewhat more flexible, cooperative, considerate, and lesssuspicious. Thus, regardless of negotiation situation, the suggestions resulted in some benefit to the negiotators
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This paper reports on a study that examined the impact of computer presentation of suggested solutions during negotiation, in bargaining situations that can be characterized as integrative or distributive. It was found that in the integrative task, the bargainers achieved higher joint outcomes when presented with suggestions. They had a more negative perception of the negotiation atmosphere, however. In the distributive task, the suggestions did not help achieve joint gains, but it lessened negative attitudes of the bargainers. Bargainers who received suggestions felt both they and their partner had been somewhat more flexible, cooperative, considerate, and lesssuspicious. Thus, regardless of negotiation situation, the suggestions resulted in some benefit to the negiotators

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