Resources

Comparative Mediation publishes information about comparative aspects of mediation in general (I.) and mediation in different countries (II.), listed below in alphabetical order and starting with the most recently published. It will continuously be updated …

I. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS

De Palo Giuseppe et al. (2014): “Rebooting” the mediation directive: Assessing the limited impact of its implementation and proposing measures to increase the number of mediations in the EU (Read more)

Linklaters (2013): Commercial mediation – a comparative review 2013 (Read more)

Alexander, Nadja (2009): International and Comparative Mediation – Legal perspectives

Nolan-Haley, Jacqueline (2007): Teaching Comparative Perspectives in Mediation: Some Preliminary Reflections. In: St. Johns Law Review, Vol. 81, pp. 259-267 (Read more)

II. COUNTRIES AND AREAS

AFRICA

  • Aina, Kenny (2011): Amicable Dispute Resolution: The Nigerian Experience. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 601-610
  • Dieng, Amadou (2011): ADR in Sub-Saharan African Countries. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 610-624

ARAB WORLD

  • Najjar, Nathalie (2011): The Arab World. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 559-582

AUSTRALIA

  • Limbury, Alan (2011): ADR in Australia. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 429-456

CHINA

  • China International Receivables Management (2012): Judicial Mediation in China
  • Law, Siew Fang (2011): The construct of neutrality and impartiality in Chinese Mediation. In: Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 22 (2), pp. 112-118
  • Wang Liming (2009): Characteristics of China’s Judicial Mediation System. In: Asia Pacific Law Review, Vol 17, Special Issue on Mediation, pp. 67 ff.

EAST ASIA

  • Liew Carol (2011): Recent Developments in Mediation in East Asia. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 515-557

GERMANY

  • A translation of the German Mediation Act in English can be found here
  • Shearman & Sterling (2012): The New German Mediation Act – Paving the Way for Mediation As Established Standard in Dispute Resolution? (Read more)

GREECE

  • Gavriil, Dimi (2013): Mediating in Greece: an insight (Read more)

INDIA

  • Sriram Panchu (2013): Mediation in India. In: ADR Commercial Law Journal (forthcoming)
  • Mediation and Conciliacion Project Committee Supreme Court of India: Mediation Training Manual of India (Download here)
  • Anil Xavier (2006): Mediation: Its Origin and Growth in India. In: Journal of Public Law & Policy, Vol. 27, pp. 275-282 (Read more)

ISRAEL

  • Ebner, Noam / Efron, Yael / Winkler, Yifat / Manobla-Landmann, Galit (2007): Mediation in Israel. In: G. De Palo & M. Trever (eds): Global Trends in Mediation: The Southern Mediterranean, Vol. II, , The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International

LATIN AMERICA

  • Hernández Crespo, Mariana (2011): Securing Investment: Innovative Business Strategies for Conflict Management in Latin America. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 457-413

SOUTH AFRICA

  • Brand, John (2011): Amicable Dispute Resolution in South Africa. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 591-599

TURKEY

  • Önder, Neşe  Naşdemir (2014), Turkish Mediation Law (Read more)
  • Davutoğlu, Ahmet (2013):Turkey’s Mediation: Critical Reflections From the Field. In: Middle East Policy, Vol. XX, No. 1, Spring 2013, pp. 83-90 (Read more)
  • Akinci, Karen (2012): Mediation in Turkey and the Mediation Bill. In 78 Arbitration, pp. 269-278
  • Arikan, Seckin (2011): Alternative Dispute Resolution in Turkey. In: ADR in Business : Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures, (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 583-589

UKRAINE

  • Kheda, Svetlana (2013): Mediation and Employment: Ukraine’s specifics. In: Corporate Disputes 2013, pp. 39-41 (read more)

UNITED STATES

  • Welsh, Nancy A. (2011): The Bi-modal Pattern of Mediation in the United States and Canada. In: ADR in Business. Practice and Issues across Countries and Cultures (Volume II), edited by Arnold Ingen-Housz, Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands, pp. 421-477
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One thought on “Resources

  1. Hello! Thank you very much for these information. Really useful. Just wanted to ask – do you have Linklaters report downloaded? Can you send it to me please. I can’t access it on the website nor find it in the internet. I would really appreciate that! I am writing a paper on mediation.

    Thank you very much in advance!

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