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このたび日本交渉学会の会長に就任しました射手矢好雄です。
中迫俊逸前会長の後任として、本学会の発展を推進してまいります。

本学会は、交渉学の理論と実務を追求している学術団体です。法律、経営、経済、政治、心理、歴史、コミュニケーション等のあらゆる学問領域の研究者が、交渉を学際的に研究しています。企業実務家が交渉論を実践で応用し、その結果を学会にフィードバックしています。本学会では、全国大会や講演会、さらには支部活動を通じて会員間の交流を行い、学会誌を発行しています。
御手洗会長


本学会は、交渉の理論と実務の両立を目指しています。全ての人にとって、個人レベルでも、企業レベルでも、国家レベルでも、交渉が必要になります。その際に交渉学の成果を利用できれば、自分だけでなく交渉相手も満足できる結果を得ることができます。私自身も、本学会で交渉学を研究し、法律実務家としてその成果を活用してまいりました。交渉の理論は驚くほど実務に当てはまります。

本学会は、E. O. ライシャワー(元駐日米国大使、ハーバード大学名誉教授)の助言により、1988年に設立されました。当時私は米国にてライシャワー教授から薫陶を受けておりました。その私が本学会の会長に就任させていただいたことは光栄であり、本学会の発展に全力を尽くす所存です。

会員の皆さまには更に積極的な協力をお願いし、交渉を多角的に研究する輪を広げたいと思います。本学会への入会を検討されておられる方々にはぜひご参加いただくようお願い申し上げます。本学会関係者の皆さまに厚く感謝いたします。

日本交渉学会会長 射手矢 好雄

Message from the President of the Japan Negotiation Society

My name is Yoshio Iteya, and I have recently become the president of the Japan Negotiation Society. As the successor to former President Shunitsu Nakasako, I will continue his efforts to promote the development of the Society.

The Society is an academic organization devoted to improving the theory and practice of negotiation. Researchers from all academic fields of study, including law, management, economics, politics, psychology, history, and communications, collaborate with each other and conduct interdisciplinary studies of negotiation.
御手洗会長

Business practitioners apply the theories of negotiation in practice and provide feedbacks to the academic researchers. The Society publishes its research results through national conferences, lectures, and chapter activities.

The Society aims to bridge the gap between the theory and the practice of negotiation. Any person or business in the modern world would have to engage in negotiation on some level―whether it is on the individual level, on the corporate level, or on the national level. Applying the correct approaches to the negotiation may lead to better results for all parties involved. I myself have studied negotiations in connection with the activities of the Society and have applied the results to real-world negotiations as a legal practitioner. I found that the theory of negotiation is, in fact, surprisingly practical.

The Society was founded in 1988 based on the recommendations of His Excellency Edwin O. Reischauer (Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan, Emeritus Professor, Harvard University). At that time, I was a student of Professor Reischauer in the United States. I am honored to be appointed as the president of the Society, and I will do everything within my ability to further the development and flourishing of the Society.

I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all members of the Society and would be grateful for the continued active participation and cooperation from our members to expand the community of negotiation scholars. I would also like to invite those interested in the study of negotiation to consider joining the Society―your contributions will be highly appreciated.

President, Japan Negotiation Society
Yoshio Iteya