The Handbook of Advances in Trust Research
presents new and important developments in trust research. The contributors are all prominent and highly respected experts in the field. Firstly, they provide a contemporary overview of the most crucial issues in current trust research including contracts, innovation and negotiation, trust and control. Thereafter, themes which have gained prominence since the original Handbook
are considered, such as trust and the financial crisis, public trust in business, and trust and HRM. The book also explores recent theoretical advances and points the way for future research on trust.
The Handbook contributes to an area of key importance to business and society and will appeal to practitioners and students of organization theory, strategy, sociology, organizational psychology and economics.
Contributors: R. Bachmann, K.T. Dirks, N. Gillespie, T. Gubler, J.D. Harris, R. Hurley, A.A.C. Keevil, F. Kroeger, R.J. Lewicki, P.P. Li, G. Möllering, J. Nickerson, B. Nooteboom, B. Polin, L. Poppo, R.H. Searle, F. Six, P.W.L. Vlaar, A. Weibel, A.C. Wicks, A. Zaheer