Trust and Social Capital in Organizations, Hardback Book

Trust and Social Capital in Organizations Hardback

Edited by Neil Anderson, Ana Cristina Costa

Part of the Sage Library in Business and Management series


Trust and social capital have gained significant importance over the last 40 years as both areas of research and professional practice, becoming key concepts in the analysis of relationships in organizations and critical to organizations' effectiveness. As research has grown in these areas, literature on trust and social capital has become highly disparate: international in orientation; multi-level in focus, ranging from the individual to the workgroup, within and between organizations; and dual-focused on fundamental research issues and best practice. The editors of this four-volume set, with the aid of an international advisory board, bring together the seminal texts in the field to cover the scope of trust and social capital as a discipline, its historical development over the last 40 years and its spread across many countries.

Volume One: Trust between People: Interpersonal and Team Level TrustVolume Two: Trust in Institutions: Organizational and Inter-Organizational Level TrustVolume Three: Social Capital: Conceptual Issues and Levels of AnalysisVolume Four: Social Capital: Organizational Advantage and Inter-Organizational Networks



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