3 edition of The political economy of trust found in the catalog.
The political economy of trust
by Loughborough University Business School
Written in English
|Statement||by Marek Korczynski.|
|Series||Loughborough University Business School research series -- 1999:1, REAM paper -- 5|
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Farrell has done us a service by clearly distinguishing among these terms, carefully carving out a distinct analytical space for each concept, and identifying their Cited by: Yet we know little about trust s relationship to political institutions. This book sets out a rationalist theory of how institutions and in particular informal institutions - can affect trust without reducing it to fully determinate exp Trust and cooperation are at the heart of the two most important approaches to comparative politics rational /5(4).
This book sets out a rationalist theory of how institutions – and in particular informal institutions – can affect trust without reducing it to fully determinate expectations.
It then shows how this theory can be applied to comparative political economy, and in particular to explaining inter-firm cooperation in industrial districts. This book sets out a rationalist theory of how institutions - and in particular informal institutions - can affect trust without reducing it to fully determine expectations.
It then shows how this theory can be applied to comparative political economy, and in particular to explaining inter-firm cooperation in industrial districts, geographical Cited by: "Farrell's The Political Economy of Trust is a tour de force.
His book takes us through the burgeoning literature on social trust, social capital, institutions, and networks. Farrell has done us a service by clearly distinguishing among these terms, carefully carving out a distinct analytical space for each concept, and identifying their /5(4).
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