Trust in e-participation: literature review and emerging research needs

@inproceedings{Scherer2014TrustIE,
  title={Trust in e-participation: literature review and emerging research needs},
  author={Sabrina Scherer and Maria Wimmer},
  booktitle={ICEGOV},
  year={2014}
}
Trust plays a significant role along the life-cycle of (electronic) participation initiatives. Based on causal roles that trust may have according to Rousseau et al. [31, p. 396] - (1) trust as condition for participation, (2) trust during participation, and (3) trust as outcome of participation - it is imperative to analyse these influential roles in order to take measures that contribute to higher trust and to reduce distrust in, and as an outcome of participation. In this regard, a… CONTINUE READING

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