Professor

FRIEDER LEMPP

FRIEDER LEMPP
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Logic - Victoria University of Wellington
Track: International Negotiation and Sales Management
Education
  • 2009 : Ph.D., Logic, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • 2006 : M.A., Logic, Mathematics, Psychology, University of Leipzig, Germany
  • 2004 : B.A., Logic, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Professional Experiences
Academic Experience
  • 2019 - present, Associate Professor, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2018 - present, Director, IÉSEG International Center on Negotiation, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2017 - 2019, Assistant Professor, IÉSEG School of Management, , France
  • 2015 - 2017, Director, Dispute Resolution Centre, Massey University, ,
  • 2013 - 2017, Senior Lecturer in Dispute Resolution, Massey University, ,
  • 2009 - 2009, Research Assistant, New Zealand School of Government, Wellington, New Zealand
Professional Experience :
  • 2010 - 2012, Analyst, New Zealand Treasury (Ministry of Finance), Wellington,
Scientific prizes and Awards
Awards
  • 2015 : Nominated Lecturer of the Year, Massey University
Published Papers in Refereed Journals
  • Lempp F., (2019). A new agent-based simulation model of bilateral negotiation, International Journal of Conflict Management, x (x) x.
  • Lempp F., (2019). Sources of Conflict in Post-Independent Melanesian Island States, Political Science Applied, 9 39-42.
  • Lempp F., (2017). A Software Implementation and Case Study Application of Lempp’s Propositional Model of Conflict Resolution, International Journal of Conflict Management, 28 (5) 563-591.
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  • Sulaiman Rahizah, Toulson Paul, Brougham David, Lempp F., (2017). The Role of Religiosity in Ethical Decision-Making at the Workplace: Focus on Islam, Advanced Science Letters, 23 (9) 8335-8340(6).
  • Lempp F., (2016). A logic-based model for resolving conflicts, International Journal of Conflict Management, 27 (1) 116-139.
  • Lempp F., Maracz L., (2015). Using logic to model interests in ethnic conflicts: the case of the Hungarian minority in Slovakia and Slovenia, European and Regional Studies, 8 (1) 23-41.
  • Lempp F., (2014). Konfliktlösung aus Logischer Sicht, Die Wirtschaftsmediation, 3 (1) 16-18.
  • Lempp F., (2014). Using Alternative Dispute Resolution to Settle Disputes: The Case of New Zealand, Political Science Applied, Special Issue (1) 37-42.
  • Lempp F., Meyer A., (2014). Editorial, Political Science Applied, Special Issue (1) 1-2.
  • Boston J., Lempp F., (2011). Climate change: explaining and solving the mismatch between scientific urgency and political inertia, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 24 (8) 1000-1021.
  • Lempp F., (2008). The Logical Structure of International Trade Theory, Erkenntnis, 69 (2) 227-242.
  • Lempp F., (2006). Linking Top-Level Ontologies and Surgical Workflows, International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 1 (1) 437-454.
Books
  • Lempp F., Craze Sarah, (2014) Communicating Conflict: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective, Inter-Disciplinary Press,, Oxford UK.
Book Chapters
  • Lempp F., (2014), Using Logic to Communicate about Conflicting Interests, in: Communicating Conflict: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective.
  • Lempp F., Craze Sarah, (2014), Introduction, in: Communicating Conflict: A Multi-disciplinary Perspective.
  • Lempp F., Kengmana Lucas, Boston Jonathan, (2011), Considerations of Distributive Justice in the Context of Climate Change Mitigation, in: Ethics and Public Policy: Contemporary Issues.
Research fields
  • Computational modelling
  • Interest-based negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Negotiation support systems
  • Automated negotiation
Teaching
Grande Ecole Program:
  • Decision game
IÉSEG