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Handbook of Trust Research

Edited by Reinhard Bachmann and Akbar Zaheer

The Handbook of Trust Research presents a timely and comprehensive account of the most important work undertaken in this lively and emerging field over the past ten to fifteen years. Presenting a broad range of approaches to issues on trust, the Handbook features 22 articles from a variety of disciplines on the study of trust in both organizational and societal contexts. With contributions from some of the most eminent names in the field of trust research, this international collaboration is an imaginative and informative reference tool to aid research in this engaging area for years to come.
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Chapter 3: Can Groups be Trusted? An Experimental Study of Trust in Collective Entities

Bill McEvily, Roberto A. Weber and Cristina Bicchieri

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3 Can groups be trusted? An experimental study of trust in collective entities Bill McEvily, Roberto A. Weber, Cristina Bicchieri and Violet T. Ho Introduction Trust is the topic of a considerable amount of recent research in the social sciences. ...

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