Why Does Anyone Mediate if Mediation Risks Psychological Dissatisfaction, Extra Costs and Manipulation? Three Theories Reveal Paradoxes Resolved by Mediator Standards of Ethical Practice
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Publisher:Ohio State University. Moritz College of Law
Citation:Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, vol. 29, no. 2 (2014), 223-260.
Published in cooperation with the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution
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