Call for Papers

SpecialIssueon Conceptual Review Articles

Submission Deadline:February 1, 2018

The editorial team of the NegotiationandConflict Management Research (NCMR) would like to invite authors to submit manuscripts for a special conceptual reviewissue. We are aiming for high-impact scholarly surveys of important researchliteratures that summarize recent research, provide integration of the literature, andhighlight important directions for future inquiries. Fitting within the domain of NCMRtopics might include reviews on negotiation and conflict management acrosslevels, including, but not limited to, specific fields of negotiation (e.g., power,emotion, gender, culture, ethics), team negotiation, multiparty negotiation, andconflict studies (e.g. interpersonal, intergroup, organizational, and cross-cultural),across a range of domains including environmental conflict, peace studies, gender,family business conflict, crisis negotiations, and political negotiations, as well asacross a variety of approaches, including face-to-face and representativenegotiations, formal and informal third party intervention, mediation, and arbitration.The NCMRjournal’s audience includes scholars and practitioners who studynegotiation and conflict management in family, organizational, societal, andinternational settings.

Please submit your manuscript by February 1, 2018. Submit manuscripts online at: When submitting please be sure to click onthe “Special Issue” submission link. Please carefully follow “author guidelines” when preparing your manuscript; for author guidelines and more information aboutsubmitting your manuscript go to:

Please direct topic ideas and inquiries regarding this special issue onconceptual review articles to NCMR Editor-in-Chief Michael Gross at:cob_ncmr


Michael A. Gross, Editor, Colorado StateUniversity; Wendi Adair, Associate Editor,University of Waterloo; Eric Neuman,Associate Editor, Creighton University

Negotiationand Conflict Management Research (NCMR) is theofficial journal of the International Association for ConflictManagement (IACM) and is published by Wiley.