International Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management

Negotiation Outcomes: The Impact of the Initial Offer, Time, Gender, and Team Size Members Only Content

A successful path to purchasing negotiation often hinges on a buyer's ability to gain relative bargaining strength. Unfortunately, the establishment of a strong bargaining position for a buyer is not a simple matter because of the multitude of factors affecting the buyerÍs negotiation leverage. To help purchasing professionals develop more effective negotiation strategies, this study empirically identifies key factors affecting the bargaining position of purchasing professionals and their subsequent impact on negotiation outcomes.

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