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ERIC Number: ED050442
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb-4
Pages: 20
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Implications of Negotiation Theory for Bargaining Between Teachers and School Boards.
Vantine, A. William
This paper uses a formulation involving concepts of pure, mixed, and mutual accommodation bargaining. The formulation draws on concepts used in game theory, labor negotiations, and theories of conflict resolution; and a number of vaiables are examined in an effort to make sense out of collective negotiations. A changing utility model is developed that can be used to plot changes in disposition and record payoffs that accrue as a result of bargaining over numerically based pure bargaining issues. The formulation was tested in a case study of negotiations. The findings of the study may be used to expand bargaining theory for education and provide insights into the collective negotiations process. (Author)
Mr. A. William Vantine, Director of Personnel, Mt. Lebanon School District, Bower Hill Rd. at Moffett St., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15243 (Free)
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Note: Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (55th, New York, New York, February 4-7, 1971)