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A Negotiation-Based Decision-Making Process for Arbitrators

In reaching their decisions, arbitrators are currently expected to act as judges by listening fully to both sides and then withdrawing to write the final and complete decision. But because of some key differences between their roles, arbitrators and judges should exercise completely different styles of decision making. 

Unlike judges, who make decisive rulings in order to enforce the law, arbitrators are empowered and chosen by the parties themselves to handle specific disputes or govern continuing relationships...

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