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Trust and distrust in organizations : dilemmas and approaches / Roderick M. Kramer and Karen S. Cook, editors.

Contributor(s): Kramer, Roderick M. (Roderick Moreland), 1950- | Cook, Karen S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Russell Sage Foundation series on trust: v. 7.Publisher: New York : Russell Sage Foundation, c2004Description: xii, 381 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0871544857; 9780871544858; 0871544865; 9780871544865.Subject(s): Organizational behavior | Corporate culture | Leadership | Business ethics | Trust | Psychology, Industrial | Industrial managementDDC classification: 302.3/5 LOC classification: HD58.7 | .T7437 2004Other classification: 85.08
Contents:
Trust in leaders: existing research and emerging issues / Kurt T. Dirks and Daniel P. Skarlicki -- Supervisors as trust brokers in social-work bureaucracies / John Brehm and Scott Gates -- Trust and distrust in patient-physician relationships: perceived determinants of high- and low-trust relationships in managed-care settings / Karen Cook ... [et al.] -- Monitoring, rules, and the control paradox: can the good soldier Švejk be trusted? / Gary J. Miller -- Commitment, trust, and worker effort expenditure in organizations / John M. Darley -- Will security enhance trust online, or supplant it? / Helen Nissenbaum -- Architects of trust: the role of network facilitators in geographical clusters / Bill McEvily and Akbar Zaheer -- Trust in context: the development of interpersonal trust in geographically distributed work / Roxanne Zolin and Pamela J. Hinds -- Psychological safety, trust, and learning in organizations: a group-level lens / Amy C. Edmondson -- Managing images of trustworthiness in organizations / Kimberly D. Elsbach -- Paradoxes of trust: empirical and theoretical departures from a traditional model / J. Keith Murnighan, Deepak Malhotra, and J. Mark Weber -- Untangling the knot of trust and betrayal / Sandra L. Robinson, Kurt T. Dirks, and Hakan Ozcelik -- Power, uncertainty, and the amplification of doubt: an archival study of suspicion inside the Oval Office / Roderick M. Kramer and Dana A. Gavrieli.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Trust in leaders: existing research and emerging issues / Kurt T. Dirks and Daniel P. Skarlicki -- Supervisors as trust brokers in social-work bureaucracies / John Brehm and Scott Gates -- Trust and distrust in patient-physician relationships: perceived determinants of high- and low-trust relationships in managed-care settings / Karen Cook ... [et al.] -- Monitoring, rules, and the control paradox: can the good soldier Švejk be trusted? / Gary J. Miller -- Commitment, trust, and worker effort expenditure in organizations / John M. Darley -- Will security enhance trust online, or supplant it? / Helen Nissenbaum -- Architects of trust: the role of network facilitators in geographical clusters / Bill McEvily and Akbar Zaheer -- Trust in context: the development of interpersonal trust in geographically distributed work / Roxanne Zolin and Pamela J. Hinds -- Psychological safety, trust, and learning in organizations: a group-level lens / Amy C. Edmondson -- Managing images of trustworthiness in organizations / Kimberly D. Elsbach -- Paradoxes of trust: empirical and theoretical departures from a traditional model / J. Keith Murnighan, Deepak Malhotra, and J. Mark Weber -- Untangling the knot of trust and betrayal / Sandra L. Robinson, Kurt T. Dirks, and Hakan Ozcelik -- Power, uncertainty, and the amplification of doubt: an archival study of suspicion inside the Oval Office / Roderick M. Kramer and Dana A. Gavrieli.

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<p> RODERICK M. KRAMER is the William R. Kimball Professor of Organizational Behavior in the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.</p> <p> KAREN S. COOK is Ray Lyman Wilbur Professor of Sociology, Stanford University.</p>

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