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.
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