Trust Management: Reason, Routine and Reflexivity
AbstractThis paper gives an overview of major issues in trust research, identifying common foundations and multiple constellations of organizational trust. In doing so, the paper also addresses important implications of theory development and empirical research. It provides a historical sketch of different approaches to understanding the phenomenon of trust. It deals with important issues connected with reason, routine and reflexivity. Finally, it briefly summarizes the research done in Polish enterprises.
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This chapter was published in: Joanna Paliszkiewicz , , pages 113-129, 2011.
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