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Druckman, D. (2006). Avant-propos. In Christophe Dupont (Ed.), La Negociation Post-Moderne (pp. 17-19) Paris: Publibook. 36  
Druckman, Daniel and Albin, Cecilia (2014) Bargaining over weapons: Justic and effectiveness in arms control negotiatons. International Negotiation, 19 3: 426-458. doi:10.1163/15718069-12341286 23   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Druckman, D. (2006). Boundary role conflict: Negotiation as dual responsiveness. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 33-51) London: Sage Publications. 92  
Druckman, Daniel (2005). Conflict escalation and negotiation: A turning points analysis. In I. William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (Ed.), Escalation and Negotiation in International Conflicts (pp. 185-212) United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 63  
Druckman, D. and Zechmeister, K. (2006). Conflict of interest and value dissensus: Propositions in the sociology of conflict. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 189-205) London: Sage Publications. 101  
Druckman, D. (2006). Determinants of compromising behavior in negotiation: A meta-analysis. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 333-376) London, U.K.: Sage Publications. 108  
Diehl, Paul, F and Druckman, Daniel (2009) Dimensions of the Conflict Environment: Implications for Peace Operation Success. International Peacekeeping, 13 1-2: 6-44. 36  
Druckman, Daniel and Albin, Cecilia (2008) Distributive Justice and the Durability of Negotiated Agreements. Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies. The Occasional Papers, x 10: 1-28. 84  
Druckman, Daniel (2009). Doing Conflict Research Through a Multi-Method Lens. In Jacob Bercovitch, Victor Kermenyuk and William Zartman (Ed.), The Sage Handbook of Conflict Resolution (pp. 119-142) Los Angeles, United States: Sage. 55  
Druckman, D. Doing research: Methods of inquiry for conflict analysis. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2005. 92  
Druckman, D. and Diehl, F. (2006). Editors' introduction. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 1-30) London: Sage Publications. 39  
Druckman, Daniel and Olekalns, Mara (2008) Emotions in negotiation. Group Decision and Negotiation, 17 1: 1-11. doi:10.1007/s10726-007-9091-9 41   27 Cited 28 times in Scopus28 0
Stern, P. C. and Druckman, D (2006). Evaluating interventions in history: The case of international conflict resolution. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 234-262) London: Sage Publications. 49  
Druckman, D. and Stern, P. C. (2006). Evaluating peacekeeping missions. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 197-213) London: Sage Publications. 74  
Druckman, D (2006) Explaining group identity: From group attachments to collective action. The Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies Occasional Papers Series, 2 1-37. 55  
Druckman, Daniel (2008). Foreword. In Daniel Druckman and William Donohue (Ed.), Problem-Solving and Bargaining in International Negotiations (pp. 11-14) Leiden: Martinus Nijhof Publishers. 34  
Druckman, D (2006) Group attachments in negotiation and collective action. International Negotiation, 11 2: 229-252. 40  
Diehl, P., Druckman, D and Wall, J (2006). International peacekeeping and conflict resolution: A taxonomic analysis with implications. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 89-113) London: Sage Publications. 90  
Druckman, Daniel, Olekalns, Mara and Smith, Philip L (2009) Interpretive filters: Social cognition and the impact of turning points in negotiation. Negotiation Journal, 25 1: 13-40. doi:10.1111/j.1571-9979.2008.00206.x 45   12 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Druckman, Daniel and Muller, Harald (2014) Introduction Justice in security negotiations. International Negotiation, 19 3: 399-409. doi:10.1163/15718069-12341284 12   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Druckman, Daniel (2009) Intuition or counterintuition? The science behind the art of negotiation. Negotiation Journal, 25 4: 431-448. doi:10.1111/j.1571-9979.2009.00237.x 37   0 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Donohue, William A. and Druckman, Daniel (2009) Message Framing Surrounding the Oslo I Accords. Journal of Conflict Resolution, 53 1: 119-145. doi:10.1177/0022002708326443 44   10 Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Druckman, D., Harris, R. and Furnkranz, J. (2006). Modelling international negotiation: Statistical and machine learning application. In R. Trappi (Ed.), Programming for Peace: Computer -aided methods for international conflict resolution and prevention (pp. 227-250) The Netherlands: Springer. 32  
Druckman, D (2006). Nationalism, patriotism, and group loyalty: A social psychological perspective. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 262-292) London: Sage Publications. 149  
Druckman, Daniel (2014) Negotiating as a Group Representative: Constraints and Opportunities. International Negotiation, 20 1: 25-40. doi:10.1163/15718069-12341295 19   0
Druckman, D. (2007). Negotiating in the international context. In I. William Zartman (Ed.), Peacemaking in International Conflict: Methods & Techniques 2 ed. (pp. 111-162) Washington, D. C., USA: United States Institute of Peace Press. 124  
Druckman, D. and Lyons, T (2005). Negotiating processes and postsettlement relationships: comparing Nagorno-Karabakh with Mozambique. In I. William Zartman and Victor Kremenyuk (Ed.), Peace versus Justice: Negotiating Forward- and Backward-Looking Outcomes (pp. 265-285) Oxford, UK: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.. 83  
Druckman, Daniel (2007). Negotiation models and applications. In R. Avenhaus and I. W. Zartman (Ed.), Diplomacy Games: Formal Models and International Negotiations (pp. 83-96) Berlin: Springer Verlag. 94  
Druckman, Daniel (2008). Negotiations. In Sandra Cheldelin, Daniel Druckman and Larissa Fast (Ed.), Conflict: from analysis to intervention 2 (revised) ed. (pp. 252-269) London, United Kingdom: Continuum. 164  
Druckman, D. (2007) Négociation et identités: implications pour la théorie de la négociation. Négociations, 2 91-102. 33  
Bercovitch, Jacob, Clements, Kevin and Druckman, Daniel (2005) On bridging the gap: The relevance of theory to the practice of conflict resolution. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 59 2: 133-140. doi:10.1080/10357710500139540 71 1 0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Druckman, D. (2005). On integrating theory: Research and practice. In John Henderson and Greg Watson (Ed.), Securing a Peaceful Pacific (pp. 69-75) Christchurch New Zealand: Canterbury University Press. 25  
Druckman, Daniel and Ebner, Noam (2008) Onstage or behind the scenes? Relative learning benefits of Simulation Role-Play and Design. Simulation & Gaming, 39 4: 465-497. doi:10.1177/1046878107311377 42   Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Wall, James, Yan, Wan, Chung, Tsungting and Druckman, Daniel (2009). Philippine and Taiwanese legal mediation. In Bercovitch, Jacob and Gartner, Scott (Ed.), International Conflict Mediation (pp. 265-284) London & New York: Routledge. 60  
Albin, and Druckman, Daniel (2014) Procedures matter: Justice and effectiveness in international trade negotiations. European Journal of International Relations, 20 4: 1014-1042. doi:10.1177/1354066114523654 12   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Irmer, C. and Druckman, D. (2007). Process and context in international negotiation. In C. Dupont (Ed.), Négociation et transformations du monde (pp. 117-135) Paris: Publibook. 124  
Cuhadar, Esra and Druckman, Daniel (2015). Representative Decision-Making: Challenges to Democratic Peace Theory. In Mauro Galluccio (Ed.), Handbook of International Negotiation: Interpersonal, Intercultural, and Diplomatic Perspectives (pp. 3-14) Gewerbestrasse, Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10687-8_1 12   2
Mahoney, R. B. and Druckman, D. (2006). Simulation, experimentation, and context: Dimensions of design and inference. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict resolution (pp. 288-313) London: Sage Publications. 31  
Druckman, Daniel (2008). Situations. In Sandra Cheldelin, Daniel Druckman and Larissa Fast (Ed.), Conflict: from analysis to intervention 2nd ed. (pp. 120-146) New York, United States: Continuum. 55  
Druckman, D. (2006). Stages, Crises and Turning Points: Negotiating Military Base Rights, Spain and the United States. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 243-270) London: Sage Publications. 33  
Cheldelin, Sandra, Druckman, Daniel, Fast, Larissa and Clements, Kevin P. (2008). Theory, research, and practice. In S. Cheldelin, D. Druckman and L. Fast (Ed.), Conflict: from analysis to intervention 2 ed. (pp. 9-35) New York, United States: Continuum. 71  
Druckman, Daniel (2008) Thomas Crombie Schelling, 2007 IACM Lifetime Achievement Award: an appreciation. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 1 2: 194-197. doi:10.1111/j.1750-4716.2008.00011.x 55   0
Druckman, Daniel (2008). Towards integrated knowledge. In Sandra Cheldelin, Daniel Druckman and Larissa Fast (Ed.), Conflict: from analysis to intervention 2 nd ed. (pp. 395-405) New York, United States: Continuum. 37  
Druckman, D (2006). Turning points in international negotiation: A comparative analysis. In Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diehl (Ed.), Conflict Resolution (pp. 331-357) London: Sage Publications. 69  
Olekalns, Mara and Druckman, Daniel (2014) With feeling: how emotions shape negotiation. Negotiation Journal, 30 4: 455-478. doi:10.1111/nejo.12071 17   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 2