Journal of Trust Research

FINT supports the Journal of Trust Research (JTR), a unique international and interdisciplinary forum for cutting-edge research on the many facets of trust and its role in various contexts. FINT members have been involved with JTR as Editors, Editorial Board Members, Reviewers, Authors and, of course, Readers. JTR's new Editor-in-Chief is FINT Board Member Guido Möllering, supported by Nicole Gillespie as Deputy Editor-in-Chief. Read more on Special Issues, latetest articles and subscriptions.

Special Issue on "Multilevel Trust" Call for Papers: [Extended!] Deadline 31 May 2017
Guest-edited by Ashley Fulmer (National University of Singapore) and Kurt Dirks (Washington University in St. Louis) this JTR Special Issue invites papers on the intersection of trust and levels of analysis theory and research, looking at the emergence and embeddedness of trust within social systems. Detailed SI Call for Papers

Current Issue and Latest Articles
For the current issue and the latest forthcoming articles that are already online, click here.
- JTR 6(2) includes regular research articles on the dimensionality of trust-relevant constructs, trust in public institutions, trust in close personal relationships, and the relationship between trust and network benefits.
- The two latetst articles published online are part of the forthcoming Special Issue on "Trust in Negotiations and Repeated Bargaining". Both articles are based on experiments: The first one is very insightful on how trust and regulatory focus influence whether negotiations will be continued when they become difficult. The second article shows that deterrence affects the trustor’s choices more than the trustee’s.

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