ADR - Behavioural Economics and the Mediation Process (Archived Video Stream) 

Nov. 28, 2012
Toronto Online

This is the archived version of a program presented on November 28, 2012.  This will not become available until 2 weeks after the orginal program date.  To order this format please click on the "REGISTER NOW" button.   

Behavioural Economics is the study of how real people make actual economic decisions. These decisions are often not " logical " in that they do not follow the principles of classic economic theories. However they are uniquely human decisions made as result of psychological forces at play with difficult economic choices.

Come, observe and participate in a panel discussion about how behavioural economics affects mediations and other ADR processes. The speakers are from a variety of ADR backgrounds as well as the academic world.

For those of you who want to read about this topic ahead of time, may we suggest anything by Dan Ariely, author of Predictably Irrational, The Upside of Irrationality and The (Honest) Truth about Dishonesty.

Nina Mazar, Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto Barbara
Benoliel Ph.D. Preferred Solutions Inc.
Gord Luborsky, Luborsky ADR Services Inc.

Barry B. Fisher, Past Chair of the ADR Section


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    For 1 to 3 Participants
    CBA Member: $40*
    Non-Member: $65*

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