In this issue, IJCM begins what we hope will become a regular practice publishing an article based on the address given by the recipient of the International Association for Conflict Management IACM Lifetime Achievement Award. This award is currently given every other year to someone whose work over many years achieves scope and impact of the first order. In a year when the lifetime award is to be given, a committee consisting of IACM's current president, past president, and presidentelect solicits and evaluates nominees, and recommends a recipient to the association's board of directors. Although IACM is a relatively young professional society it was founded in 1984, the roster of past Lifetime Achievement Award recipients is an outstanding group of thinkers and scholars in the field of conflict.
International Journal of Conflict Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jan 1, 2003
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