The PIN for Successful Negotiations: The Processes of International Negotiations (PIN) Program

bridges vol. 15, September 2007 / Institutions & Organizations

by I. William Zartman

The Summer Palace of Empress Maria Theresia at Laxenburg, Austria, is the home of a unique experiment in international negotiations. The Processes of International Negotiation (PIN) Program is a group of international scholars whose secretariat is based at the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA). The purpose of the PIN group is to conduct and organize research on a broad spectrum of topics related to the processes of international negotiation. Its objectives include disseminating new knowledge about negotiation as widely as possible, developing networks of scholars and practitioners interested in the subject, and generally advancing the improved study and practice of negotiation internationally.

The PIN Steering Committee is composed of seven scholars and practitioners from seven different countries and seven different disciplines:

avenhaus.jpgRudolf Avenhaus Statistician and game theorist from the German Armed Forces University of Munich cede.jpgFranz Cede International lawyer and Austrian Ambassador to Brussels faure.jpgGuy Olivier Faure Sociologist from the Sorbonne University kremenyuk.jpgVictor A. Kremenyuk
Political historian from the Russian Academy of Sciences
meerts.jpgPaul W. Meerts Political scientist and diplomatic trainer from the Netherlands Institute of International Relations sjoestedt.jpgGunnar Sjöstedt Political economist from the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and the University of Stockholm zartman.jpgI. William Zartman Political scientist from the Johns Hopkins University

 

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