GDN INFORMS Section Award Recipients

GDN Award Recipients

GDN Lifetime Awards

Year

Name

2014

Melvin F. Shakun [Citation]

GDN Section Award

Year

Name

2021

Raimo P. Hämäläinen [Citation]

2020

Liping Fang [Citation]

2019

Tung Bui [Citation]

2018

Pascale Zaraté [Citation]

2017

Adiel Teixeira de Almeida [Citation]

2016

Fran Ackermann [Citation]

2015

Katia Sycara [Citation]

2014

Hannu Nurmi [Citation]

2013

Keith W. Hipel [Citation]

2012

L. Floyd Lewis [Citation] & Rudolf Vetschera

2010

Gert-Jan de Vreede

2008

Colin Eden

2007

Marc Kilgour

2005

Gregory E. Kersten

2004

Melvin F. Shakun

GDN Springer Best Paper Award Recipients

Year

Name

2020 and 2021

Social Ranking Problem Based on Rankings of Restricted Coalitions
Takahiro Suzuki and Masahide Horita

2019

2018

2017

Winner: Colin Eden, Igor Pyrko & Susan Howick for Knowledge Acquisition Using Group Support System.  


K. Hipel, C. Eden, E. Pyrko, M. Kilgour, G. Kersten (l-to-r)



Runner up: 
Rudolf Vetschera & Luis Dias 

for Bargaining Steps and Preference Types in Zeuthen-Hicks Bargaining

K. Hipel, R. Vetschera, M. Kilgour, G. Kersten (l-to-r)

2016

Daniel Druckman and Lynn Wagner for Negotiating Peace: The Role of Procedural and Distributive Justice in Achieving Durable Peace. 

K. Hipel, D. Druckman, L. Wagner, C. Eden (l‐to‐r)



GDN Springer Best Student Paper

Year

Name (University, Paper)

2020 and 2021

Best Paper:
Smart contracts efficiency in consumer and supplier relationship
Elmira Mohammadhosseini Fadafan
Runner-ups:
- Survey-Based Multi-Stakeholder Preference Elicitation with Relatively Incomplete and Possibly Disjoint Rank Orderings
Andreas Paulsson and Aron Larsson
- PredictRV: A Prediction Based Strategy for Negotiations with Dynamically Changing Reservation Value
Aditya Srinivas Gear, Kritika Prakash, Nonidh Singh and Praveen Paruchuri

2019

 

2018

 

2017

Winner: Tobias Langenegger

for Micro-Level Perspective on Sanction Conflicts: An Agent-Based Simulation Approach

K. Hipel, T. Langenegger, G. Kersten, M. Shakun (l-to-r)

Runner up: Francis Marleau Donais
for Building a Shared Model for Multi-criteria Group Decision Making

Paper written with Irène Abi-Zeid & Roxane Lavoie

G. Kersten, F.M. Donais, M. Shakun, K. Hipel (l-to-r)

2016

Takahiro Suzuki for Plurality, Borda Count, or Anti‐plurality: Regress Convergence Phenomenon in the Procedural Choice.
Paper written with Masahide Horita



K. Hipel, T. Suzuki, G. Kersten (l‐to‐r)

2015

Birte Kemmerling (University of Potsdam. “First Come, First Served? – The Impact of the First Concession on Negotiation Outcome”)



Gregory Kersten GDN Journal Best Paper Award

Year

Name

2021

Geiger, Ingmar. From Letter to Twitter: A Systematic Review of Communication Media in Negotiation. Group Decision and Negotiation, v.29, 227-250 (2020).