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Integrative Negotiation Theory
Negotiations in which there is a potential for the parties interests to be integrated in ways that create joint value or enlarge the pie. Integrative negotiation is possible when the parties have some shared interests or opportunities to realize mutual gains through trades across multiple issues.
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