Systematic Analysis in Dispute Resolution

By Stuart S. Nagel; Miriam K. Mills | Go to book overview

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STUART S. NAGEL is Professor of Political Science at the University of Illinois and a member of the Illinois bar. He is the secretary-treasurer and publications coordinator of the Policy Studies Organization. He is the author or editor of such relevant books as Multi-Criteria Methods in Alternative Dispute Resolution: With Software Applications ( Quorum, 1990) and Decision-Aiding Software and Legal Decision-Making ( Quorum, 1989). He has been a special master to the federal courts for doing computer-aided mediation.

MIRIAM K. MILLS is Professor of Organizational Science at the School of Industrial Management of the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Previously, she was the Director of Manpower and Labor Relations of Jersey City Medical Center, New Jersey, and Director of Personnel at the Jewish Home and Hospital for the Aged in New York. A frequent contributor to various journals, she coauthored Evaluation Analysis with Microcomputers and coedited Biomedical Technology and Public Policy. Dr. Mills is also an arbitrator with the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service and other labor panels.

MICHAEL V. ALEXEEV was born in Moscow, and received degrees in Economics and Mathematics from Moscow University. His Ph.D. in Economics is from Duke University. Currently he is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, George Mason University, and specializes in Microeconomic Theory and Soviet Economics. He has published numerous articles in economics journals and also acts as consultant to the W.E.F.A. group.

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