TRUST: THE CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS

@article{Hosmer1995TRUSTTC,
  title={TRUST: THE CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS},
  author={L. Hosmer},
  journal={Academy of Management Review},
  year={1995},
  volume={20},
  pages={379-403}
}
  • L. Hosmer
  • Published 1995
  • Sociology
  • Academy of Management Review
Numerous researchers have proposed that trust is essential for understanding interpersonal and group behavior, managerial effectiveness, economic exchange and social or political stability, yet according to a majority of these scholars, this concept has never been precisely defined. This article reviews definitions from various approaches within organizational theory, examines the consistencies and differences, and proposes that trust is based upon an underlying assumption of an implicit moral… Expand
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