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Autorzy: Jerzy Stelmach, Bartosz Brożek,
Wydawnictwo:  Wolters Kluwer Polska
Kod: KAM-2124:W01P01  Ilość w paczce: 100

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Foreword
str. 7

Chapter I. The Phenomenon of Negotiations
str. 9


1. The negotiable law
str. 12

The open-endedness of legal interpretation
str. 14

What is a legal rule?
str. 16

Negotiation triggers
str. 17

Result
str. 18

The claim to universality
str. 20

Statistical justification
str. 21

2. Three models for negotiations
str. 23

The argumentation model
str. 24

The topic-rhetorical model
str. 25

The economic model
str. 25

Criteria for distinguishing between negotiation models
str. 27

3. The practice of negotiations
str. 27

Five sources of misunderstanding
str. 28

The existing models of negotiations
str. 32

Chapter II. The Argumentation Model
str. 37


1. Rightness as a negotiation criterion
str. 40

The concept of rightness
str. 40

The discursive approach to rightness
str. 46

2. The top-down strategy
str. 47

Normative deduction
str. 47

The key moments of negotiations
str. 49

3. Controversy over the argumentation model
str. 52

The objections of positivists
str. 52

The objections of laissez-faire advocates
str. 54

The façade objection
str. 57

The undecidability objection
str. 58

4. Ten principles of right negotiations
str. 60

Chapter III. The Topic-Rhetorical Model
str. 68


1. Efficacy as the criterion of negotiations
str. 72

The concept of efficacy
str. 72

Particular audience
str. 74

2. The bottom-up strategy
str. 76

The key moments in negotiations
str. 76

Negotiation eristic
str. 81

3. Controversy over the topic-rhetorical model
str. 87

Underdetermination
str. 88

Amoralism
str. 88

Psychologism
str. 89

Eristic character
str. 90

Eclecticism
str. 90

Relativism
str. 91

4. Ten principles of efficacious negotiating
str. 92

Chapter IV. The Economic Model
str. 100


1. Economic efficiency as the criterion of negotiations
str. 102

The economic way of thinking
str. 103

Law as an economic fact
str. 104

Peculiarities of legal negotiations
str. 109

2. The mixed strategy
str. 112

Between top-down and bottom-up
str. 112

Common and conflicting interests
str. 115

The key moments of negotiations
str. 117

3. Controversy over the economic model
str. 121

Counter-factual character
str. 121

Moral monstrousness
str. 124

Limited applicability
str. 126

The façade objection
str. 127

4. Ten principles of efficient negotiations
str. 128

Bibliography
str. 137

Index of Names
str. 141

Subject Index
str. 147



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Opis:

What are legal negotiations? What is their structure? Is there one method of successful legal negotiation? Is it reasonable to settle disputes through negotiations? These are some of the questions which Jerzy Stelmach and Bartosz Brożek address in this volume. They posit that one could – and should – view the law as a ‘negotiable phenomenon’, thus dispensing with the constraints imposed by legal positivism. They claim further that, as there is no unique key to legal negotiations, one should acknowledge that there are different models of negotiating, and identify three such possible models: the argumentation, the topic-rhetorical and the economic. The models are described both from the theoretical perspective, as well as by providing catalogues of the principles of right, effi cacious and economically effi cient negotiating.

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ISBN: 978-83-264-4072-4 , Oprawa: twarda , Format: A5 (148 × 210 mm) , 156
Rodzaj: opracowanie , Medium: książki (WKP)
Dział: Prawo cywilne / Postępowanie cywilne
Kod: KAM-2124:W01P01 Miejsce wydania: Warszawa

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