Organizational Trust: A Reader

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Roderick Moreland Kramer
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Business & Economics - 487 pages
Organizational trust is a subject which has over the past decade become of increasing importance to organizational theory and research. This book examines what trust is, how it is developed and maintained, its underpinnings, manifestations, and its fragility, through a presentation and discussion of key readings.
 

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Contents

TRUST DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE
109
BASES AND BENEFITS OF ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST
205
FRAGILITY OF ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST
293
ORGANIZATIONAL TRUST IN CONTEMPORARY CONTEXTS
385
Index
477
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Roderick M. Kramer is the William R. Kimball Professor of Organizational Behavoiur at the Stanford Business School, Stanford University. He has published a number of books on Organizational Behaviour and Psychology, including Trust and Distrust in Organizations: Dilemmas and Approaches (Russell Sage Foundation, 2004), written with Karen S. Cook, and Trust in Organizations (Sage, 1996), co-edited with Tom R. Tyler.

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