The Trust Project at Northwestern University aims to create a unique body of knowledge about Trust by connecting scholars and executives from diverse backgrounds to share ideas and research.
First International Network
The First International Network on Trust was created in 2001 at the EIASM Workshop on 'Trust Within and Between Organizations' in Amsterdam as a group of academics and practitioners from around the globe who are interested in the study of trust.
10th Workshop on Trust
Within and Between
In the Swiss mountains, we will celebrate the great research output of the trust community and feature more of those exciting discussions on where trust is heading. Trust as a topic could not be more relevant in times when global leadership and many organizations face trust repair and distrust issues in abundance. This creates a window of opportunity where trust research can bridge the practice gap we so often face as academics.
Journal of Trust Research
As an inter-disciplinary and cross-cultural journal dedicated to advancing a cross-level, context-rich, process-oriented, and practice-relevant journal, JTR provides a focal point for an open dialogue and debate between diverse researchers, thus enhancing the understanding of trust in general and trust-related management in particular, especially in its organizational and social context in the broadest sense.
Centre for Culture and
Members of the Centre for Culture and Organizational Research (CCOR) are encouraged to work on both individual and joint research projects. Research in this centre revolves around topics concerning workplace issues and the influence of social culture on individual and group behaviour.