Professor, Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management & Senior Concordia University Research Chair in Decision and Negotiation SystemsWith the Faculty since 1999, PhD in economic sciences and operation research; MSc in econometrics, Warsaw School of Economics. His teaching interests are negotiation management, analysis and support; electronic markets and negotiations; decision and negotiation support systems; management sciences. Dr. Kersten's research interests are conflict resolution in physical and virtual environments; individual and group decision making; Internet decision and negotiation systems; culture and technology; and electronic democracy. He is the author and co-author of 3 books, 25 chapters in books, 62 articles in refereed journal publications, and 53 papers in refereed conference proceedings.
Gregory Kersten is a founder and first director of the InterNeg Research Centre established at Concordia in 2005.
Refereed Journal Articles
M., G.E. Kersten and M.H. Hine, "An Inspire ENS Graph is Worth 334
Words, on Average." Electronic Markets, Vol. 16, No. 3, (accepted, March
Vetschera, R., G.E. Kersten and S. Köszegi, "The Determinants of NSS Success: An Integrated Model and Its Evaluation." Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 2006, Vol. 16, No. 2, (123-148).
G.E. Kersten and H. Lai, "Satisfiability and Completeness of Protocols for Electronic Negotiations." European Journal of Operational Research, (accepted, April 21, 2005).
Chen, E., G.E. Kersten and R. Vahidov, "Agent-supported Negotiations on E-marketplace." International Journal of Electronic Business, 2005, Vol. 3, No. 1, (28-49).
Vahidov, R. and G.E. Kersten, "Decision Station: Situating Decision Support Systems." Decision Support Systems, 2004, Vol. 38, No. 2, (283-303).
Köszegi, S., R. Vetschera and G.E. Kersten, "Cultural Influences on the Use and Perception of Internet-based NSS - An Exploratory Analysis." International Negotiations Journal, 2004, Vol. 9, No. 1, (79-109).
Gregory KerstenProfessor, Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management & Senior Concordia University Research Chair in Decision and Negotiation Systems
PhD (Warsaw School of Economics)
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Area of Expertise
- Cross-cultural negotiation
- Decision analysis
- Electronic intermediaries
- Knowledge-based systems
- Negotiation analysis and support
- Software agents
- Web-based decision support systems