Looking for interesting podcast episodes to share with your students? Tired of listening to true crime stories while you run? Check out our podcast series-always free, and a great way to stay up-to-date on negotiations and conflict management-related research!
The podcast series idea arose from our own desire to incorporate academically-oriented podcasts into our teaching on negotiation and conflict management. We also wanted a fun way to share important work in these areas even with our non-academic friends. In these two distinct-but-related series, we provide an expanding set of episodes that anyone can listen to and instructors can use-for free-in their courses, workshops, and seminars on negotiation. Each episode features one or more guests and center on a particular research article or topical stream of research that the guest(s) has conducted that provides critical, but often unfamiliar, knowledge to a broad range of people interested in negotiation and conflict management.
The first series, "I'm Glad I Know That Now!," features interviews with top scholars on a particular research topic that they've studied and is more general in content and focus (i.e., spanning across several papers or streams of work). The second series, "Article to Audio," is focused more on a specific research paper per episode. We have designed the format and content of both series to be rooted in research findings but avoiding complicated jargon so that the series can be useful for a variety of audiences, including upper-year undergraduates, graduate students, and the general public.
Some of our most recent guests include Peter Kim, Wendi Adair, Stéphane Côté, Emma Levine, Maurice Schweitzer, and many others!
Check us out at https://www.negotiationandconflictteam.com/ and on your favorite podcast player (Spotify, Apple, Stitcher, Pandora, Google, Amazon).
Deborah Cai (Temple University)
Michael Gross (Colorado State University)
Jennifer Parlamis (University of San Francisco)
Laura Rees (Oregon State University)
Ming-Hong Tsai (Singapore Management University)
Oregon State University, College of Business