Cambridge University Press
Weitere Infos & Material
Preface: discovering new territory in public trust in business; Acknowledgements; 1. Public trust in business: what's the problem and why does it matter? Andrew C. Wicks, Brian T. Moriarty and Jared D. Harris; Part I. Trusting the Institution of Business: 2. The economic crisis of 2008, trust in government, and generalized trust Eric M. Uslaner; 3. Too big to trust? Managing stakeholder trust in the post-bailout economy Deepak Malhotra; 4. At the crossroads of trust and distrust: skepticism and ambivalence towards business Robert Bies; 5. Public trust in business and its determinants Kirsten Martin, Michael Pirson and Bidhan L. Parmar; 6. The role of public, relational and organizational trust in economic affairs Karen S. Cook and Oliver Schilke; Part II. Public Trust and Business Organizations: 7. Public trust and trust in particular firm-stakeholder interactions: a theoretical model and implications for management Jared D. Harris and Andrew C. Wicks; 8. Creating more trusting and trustworthy organizations: exploring the foundations and benefits of presumptive trust Roderick Kramer; 9. Building trust through reputation management Paul Argenti; 10. Can trust flourish where institutionalized distrust reigns? Reinhard Bachmann and Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger; 11. Roles of third parties in trust repair: lessons from high tech alliances for public trust Rosalinde Klein Woolthuis, Bart Nooteboom and Gjalt de Jong; 12. The repair of public trust following controllable or uncontrollable organizational failures: a conceptual framework Laura Poppo and Donald J. Schepker; 13. Conclusion: towards a better understanding of public trust in business Jared D. Harris, Andrew C. Wicks and Brian T. Moriarty; Index.