Friday 14 May

09:00 **** Welcome. Overview of the CSCW

Scott Gates, CSCW

09:30 **** Overview of the Civil Peace Working Group

Outline of the workshop’s agenda and purpose

Scott Gates, CSCW

09:45 Coffee break

10:00 **** Crafting Cooperation amid Crisis

Gretchen Casper, Pennsylvania State University (Kyle Joyce, Penn State)

11:15 **** Coffee break

11:30 **** Modeling Robust Settlements to Civil War: Indivisible Stakes and Distributional Compromises

Elisabeth Jean Wood, Santa Fe Institute & New York University

12:45 Lunch, PRIO

13:45 A Minimax Procedure for Negotiating Multilateral Treaties

**** A Minimax Procedure for Electing Committees

Steven J. Brams, New York University (Marc Kilgour, Wilfrid Laurier University & M. Remzi Sanver, Istanbul Bilgi University)

15:30 Coffee break

15:45 **** On the Instability of Peace Agreements

Mansoob Murshed, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague

17:00 **** Wrap-up for the Day

Saturday, 15 May

9:30 **** The Use of Economic Statecraft in Civil Conflict

Han Dorussen, University of Essex

10:45 Coffee break

11:00 **** Peacemaking Is a Risky Business

****Hilde Henriksen Waage, PRIO

12:15 **** Lunch

13:15 Are Intrastate Peacekeeping Operations Less Likely to Succeed? Some Statistical Evidence

Birger Heldt, Bernadotte Academy

14:30 The Significance of Signing. Who Fights After Peace Agreements in Wars?

****Desirée Nilsson, University of Uppsala

15:45 Closing remarks

Scott Gates

16:00 Close

16:15 **** Barbeque at Gates/Haavardsson home