Table of contents for Organizational trust : progress and promise in theory and research / edited by Roderick M. Kramer.

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#Introduction: Why Trust, Why Now?1
Part I: Foundations for Organizational Trust Theory
1.The StreetLevel Epistemology of Trust21
2.Calculativeness, Trust, and Economic Organization48
3.An Integrative Model of Organizational Trust82
Part II: Trust Development and Maintenance
4.Initial Trust Formation in New Organizational Relationships111
5.Managers as Initiators of Trust: An Exchange Relationship Framework for Understanding Managerial Trustworthy Behavior140
6.The Emergence of Exchange Structures: An Experimental Study of Uncertainty, Commitment, and Trust170
Part III: Bases and Benefits of Organizational Trust
7.The Role of Trustworthiness in Reducing Transaction Costs and Improving Performance: Empirical Evidence from the United States, Japan, and Korea207
8.Kinds of ThirdParty Effects on Trust229
9.Does Trust Improve Business Performance?267
Part IV: Fragility of Organizational Trust
10.Explaining the Limited Effectiveness of Legalistic Remedies for TrustDistrust291
11.Trust and Breach of the Psychological Contract327
12.Paranoia and SelfConsciousness357
Part V: Organizational Trust in Contemporary Contexts
13.Secrecy, Trust, and Dangerous Leisure: Generating Group Cohesion in Voluntary Organizations383
14.Swift Trust in Temporary Groups411
15.Trust, Power and Control in TransOrganizational Relations441

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Organizational behavior -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Trust -- Social aspects.