Conflict Resolution and Public Policy


This work represents a broad-based perspective of the conflict resolution process. Whereas related books have tended to specialize on specific settings, this volume gives in-depth treatment of three various settings--labor relations, rule-making in the public sector, and environmental issues. It also examines future models for resolving disputes. With its contributions from both practitioners and theorists in the art/science of conflict resolution, this volume properly emphasizes the important role that public policy plays in the settlement of societal conflict.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Barry G. Rabe
  • René-marc Mangin
  • Mary Ann E Steger
  • Lettie Mcspadden Wenner
  • Drew Hyman
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990


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