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 1450 Guy Street
 Montreal, Quebec H3H 0A1
 Tel: (514) 848-2424-2799
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Research projects

Current projects

  Invite:
InterNeg virtual interactive toolset and environment

  Inspire:
InterNeg support program for intercultural research
The first system designed to conduct negotiations on the Web. Everybody can use this system to study and teach bilateral negotiations.

  SimpleNS:
E-negotiation system powered by Invite© for teaching and research purposes,
Everybody can enjoy discussions on the Web with unknown opponents using different strategies and work on their communication and negotiation skills.

  Shaman:
Software and human agents in multiattribute auctions and negotiations
Experiments with software agents to automate and aid people in multi-bilateral negotiations and auctions.

  NorA:
Negotiations or auctions
Experimental studies of multi-bilateral negotiation and English auction with imposed preferences on the participants.

  Invite Experiments:
Field experiment with the Invite negotiation system.

  iMade:
Internet multi attribute decision expert
Development of a decision support system for analysis of multi-attribute decision problems.

  GRIN:
Global research on Inspire negotiations
Qualitative studies on participants' beliefs, attitudes and emotions in the Inspire negotiations.

Past projects

  E-negotiations:
Electronic negotiations, media and transaction for socio-economic interactions
Research on the humanistic, social and technical aspects of negotiations of people, people-software and software systems.
Project's web site: http://interneg.concordia.ca/enegotiation

  Profile:
An experiment to examine negotiator’s bargaining styles and their impacts on the negotiation process and outcomes.

 
  September 26, 2017
 
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