Part IILevels of analysis

This part includes four chapters which examine the distinct levels of analysis used to study trust, from micro through to recent more multi-foci approaches. It begins with Serena C. Lyu and Donald L. Ferrin’s exploration of the interpersonal-level of analysis, reviewing the empirical evidence obtained over the last twenty years regarding the antecedents, functions and consequences of interpersonal trust within organizations. Their review is of value to researchers and practitioners as it outlines the key findings and implications which may inform the actions of senior management. They consider which empirical relationships are also mediated or moderated by trust. This chapter has clear links to Chapter 2 by Korsgaard, ...

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