Our platform aims to highlight outstanding work by junior academics and share practitioners’ real-world negotiation insights. If you have an interest in exploring how negotiation can build a more equitable, peaceful, and sustainable world, find out more about submitting your work below.
Journal for Global Negotiation
Call for Papers!
You have interesting insights and new findings on negotiation?
We want to hear from you!
Submissions for original articles and negotiation reflections are open until February 29th, 2024.
Please find all information on admission criteria, submission process and formal requirements further below.
The IGN’s Journal for Global Negotiation serves as a platform where junior academics and practitioners can share their negotiation experience, analysis of negotiation processes, and engage in the public discourse around negotiation issues of global concern. The Journal aims to showcase innovative perspectives from diverse backgrounds, with a particular focus on nurturing an inclusive, international and interdisciplinary exchange. By fostering collaborations with universities and NGOs across the world, our goal is to highlight outstanding work carried out within graduate programs and the negotiation experiences of on the ground practitioners.
To provide a dynamic platform where junior academics and practitioners can share their research and first-hand experiences of negotiation.
To support junior and non-native English-speaking authors to reach the full potential of their manuscripts.
To actively facilitate submissions from graduate students and practitioners through partnerships with universities and NGOs.
To foster a collaborative space for innovation in the field of global negotiation.
To increase the diversity of voices contributing to our knowledge of negotiation.
The Journal for Global Negotiation accepts two types of submissions. Submissions are currently open for both.
1. Original Articles
Work that explores topics in the field of Global Negotiation (broadly defined) and that is carried out as part of a graduate program. This could include a case study analysis, a thematic analysis, an examination of negotiation issue, or the development of a new theory.
Original articles are accepted through recommendation by faculty members as well as our partner universities and programs (see "Partners" below).
2. Negotiation Reflections
A personal reflection on a negotiation process that the author was directly involved in or has direct knowledge of (e.g. through interviews with parties to the negotiation).
The Journal for Global Negotiation partners with university faculty members and programs, which are then able to nominate outstanding work by their students in the field of global negotiation. In addition, we also partner with NGOs to facilitate the submission of practitioners negotiation experiences.
You can find out more about becoming a partner here.
For more information on how partnership possibilities and organisational matters, do not hesitate to reach out to our
Project Coordinator Frederik Nuehnen via firstname.lastname@example.org