The International Journal of Conflict Management publishes research in conflict management including original theoretical and empirical articles (which may be either quantitative or qualitative) and critical or integrative literature reviews relevant to the substantive domains served by the journal, including: Conflict, Conflict management, Dispute resolution, Fairness, Justice, Mediation and arbitration, Negotiation, Peace studies, Related topics. The journal publishes original theoretical and empirical articles dealing with national and international issues. It also publishes case studies, research notes, simulations, teaching notes and book reviews. Coverage includes: Communication and Conflict, Organizational Conflict, Mediation, Arbitration, Negotiation, Dispute resolution, Bargaining and industrial relations, Law and procedural justice, Peace studies and international conflict, Conflict in the public sector, Social psychological conflict. The International Journal of Conflict Management focuses on many issues in the field of managing conflict. It looks at how to negotiate, mediate and resolve disputes, whilst covering a varied spectrum from topics such as personal and psychological conflict, to peace studies and organizational conflict.