Greg W. Marshall – Rollins College (USA) and Aston Business School (UK) will give a research seminar entitled “Success in Navigating the Review Process: A View from the Editor’s Desk”. The seminar will be held in English.
Frieder’s research focus is on the development and validation of computational models of negotiation and conflict resolution. The models can be used to simulate experiments on negotiation variables (such as goals, outcomes, strategies, etc.) and as decision-support systems for practicing negotiators (for instance, to identify optimal strategies for an upcoming negotiation). Frieder has taught courses in negotiation, mediation, dispute resolution, game-theory, critical thinking, and logic. He has practiced as an accredited mediator in New Zealand.
Matteo is a lawyer by training, his research focuses on international dispute resolution (specifically, international arbitration), international investment law and public international law. He has experience in investment and commercial arbitration, and he is of counsel at a law firm in Italy (Vaccaro Law Bureau).
Calliope is a US lawyer admitted to the NY Bar, a trained mediator, and a lecturer at IESEG. Her research interests are in international commercial dispute resolution, specifically mediation and investment treaty disputes. Her experience advising governments, counsel and parties while supervising hundreds of international commercial disputes as Deputy Manager of the International Centre for ADR at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) makes her a valuable member of this team.
Bert Paesbrugghe’s research interest include buyer-seller relationships, sales management, personal selling, procurement, and digital business-to-business marketing.