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A resource for managers, practitioners, and researchers concerned with forecasting the decisions of parties in conflict. Forecasting decisions in conflicts is forecasting for:

  • buyer-seller negotiations

  • negotiations among distribution channel members

  • competitor reactions to new product introductions

  • industrial disputes

  • corporate takeovers

  • inter-communal conflicts

  • political negotiations

  • diplomatic and military confrontations.

  • countering terrorism

These pages are part of the Forecasting Principles site. In keeping with the objectives of the site they present research findings that support evidence-based principles (guidelines, prescriptions, rules, conditions, action statements, or advice about what to do in given situations).

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- Methods for forecasting in conflicts
- Current Conflicts in the world

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Papers, commentary, and relevant journals
- Resources for practitioners, researchers, and educators
- Mass media coverage of forecasting decisions in conflicts
- Conferences on conflicts and forecasting

- News

The material for this Special Interest Group is organized and submitted by Kesten Green – Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information, and corrections, additions, or suggestions for these pages.