Lynn M. Wagner’s research interests focus on the relationship between negotiation processes and outcomes, and the relationship between justice, process and outcome. She has co-edited The Roads from Rio: Lessons Learned from Twenty Years of Multilateral Environmental Negotiations (2012), authored Problem-Solving and Bargaining in International Negotiations (2008), co-edited a special issue of International Negotiation Journal focused on international development negotiations, and authored numerous journal articles and book chapters on topics related to international negotiations. She regularly observes and analyzes multilateral environmental negotiations through her work with the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and their publication, the Earth Negotiations Bulletin. She began working with IISD in 1994 and is currently the Senior Manager of IISD Reporting Services’ Knowledge Management Projects. Wagner received her Ph.D. from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and has taught courses at SAIS and the University of Nevada, Reno.
Wagner, L.M. and Druckman, D. 2016. Drivers of Durable Peace: The Role of Justice in Negotiating Civil War Termination. Group Decision and Negotiation. DOI 10.1007/s10726-016-9499-1. On-line Appendix.
Druckman, D. and Wagner, L.M. (2016). Justice and Negotiation, Annual Review of Psychology, 67: 387-413.
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