Category Archives: Team Prof

Dr. Hayley WALKER

Assistant Professor in International Negotiation at IÉSEG School of Management (Lille) Ph.D., in Politics, Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium) Hayley conducts research on processes of multilateral negotiation. Hayley is interested in applying  theories and insights from the fields of organisational behaviour and management studies can be applied to international organisations such as the United Nations
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Assistant Professor in International Negotiation at IÉSEG School of Management (Paris) PhD in Marketing, Georgia State University (USA) PhD in Philology (Linguistics), Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russia) Elena’s research focuses on the interdependence of language and culture in the domain of international negotiations and conflict resolution. Methodologically, she explores how linguistic cues can corroborate or
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Adjunct Professor to department of People, Organizations and Negotiation, IESEG School of Management PhD in Management from the Caucasus School of Business, Caucasus University (Tbilisi, Georgia) in partnership with J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University (Atlanta, USA). Paata’s research interests include interpersonal deal making, social exchange, psychological contracts, trust and research methods.
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Dr. Maximiliano MARZETTI

Assistant Professor of Law PhD in Law & Economics (Erasmus Rotterdam University, the Netherlands) Dr Maximiliano Marzetti is an Assistant Professor of Law and the Head of the Law Track at IÉSEG School of Management, Paris, France. He earned his PhD at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Among other subjects, he teaches mediation and
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Dr. Martin STORME

Martin Storme’s research interests include creativity, emotions, and negotiation. He conducts empirical research to investigate how emotions are used as social information when forming impressions, and how conflict can contribute to creative thinking. Martin Storme has experience in teaching principles of negotiation and negotiation research methods.