In the last issues of Negotiation Journal, the author explored the complicating factor of having a taniwha or spirit at the negotiating table in a New Zeland case. He challenged his readers to give him suggestions about how negotiators might grapple with often preplexing problems posed by the spiritual valus of their counterparts.
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Part II - What would you do - With a Taniwha at the table?. (2003). Negotiation Journal. 19, (4), 291-298. Research Collection School Of Law.
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