Conflict strength measures the tension between cooperative and competitive incentives in experimental multi-issue negotiation tasks with the aim to facilitate research on conflict management and negotiation.
The conflict strength coefficient (CSC) can help scholars assess, interpret, compare, control, and manipulate experimental negotiation tasks.
Measuring conflict strength coefficients provides new insights into the central element of the experimental study of negotiation and conflict management, unmasks differences across existing tasks, and fosters research transparency and knowledge sharing
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