At What Level (and in Whom) We Trust

  title={At What Level (and in Whom) We Trust},
  author={C. Fulmer and M. Gelfand},
  journal={Journal of Management},
  pages={1167 - 1230}
  • C. Fulmer, M. Gelfand
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Management
  • Despite the importance of trust across multiple levels in organizations, extant reviews have focused predominantly on trust at the individual level. A systematic review of trust research across levels and trust referents is sorely needed to synthesize the growing number of both micro and macro studies on this topic. Moreover, as trust is a linchpin for divergent areas, such as negotiation, leadership, team processes, human resource management, organizational change, entrepreneurship, and… CONTINUE READING
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