----- Original Message -----
From: Antoinette Weibel <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 8:33 AM
Subject: Re: Trust, rules and values
> Dear all
> I found the following articles extremely helpful:
> Deutsch, M. (1960): The Effect of Motivational Orientation Upon Trust and
> Suspicion.In: Human Relations, 13, 123-139.
> Gambetta, D. (1988): Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations. New
> Mayer, R. C. und F. D. Schoorman (1995): An Integrative Model of
> Organizational Trust.In: Academy of Management Review, 20(3), 709-734.
> McAllister, D. J. (1995): Affect- and Cognition-Based Trust as Foundations
> for Interpersonal Cooperation in Organizations.In: Academy of Management
> Journal, 38(1), 24-59.
> Preisendörfer, P. (1995): Vertrauen Als Soziologische Kategorie.In:
> Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 24(4), 263-272.
> Ring, P. S. (1996): Fragile and Resilent Trust and Their Roles in Economic
> Exchange.In: Business and Society, 35, 148-175.
> and there is an excellent special issue on trust of the Academy of
> Management Review 1998, 23, 3.
> On your more specific question I believe it is very common to
> rules and trust as substitutes or even complementarities. However
> considering the finding of the procedural justice research, the social
> dilemma research and the self-determination research (Deci, Ryan etc.) I
> believe that the effect may be in some cases detrimental. I attach to
> where you can find evidence and the theoretical musings behind this
> yours sincerely
> Antoinette Weibel
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Matej Cepl <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 9:53 PM
> Subject: Trust, rules and values
> > Hi,
> > I am a lawyer, now getting to study for my PhD program on
> > sociology and political science of law. When looking on the
> > issues debated in this list, and other documents which have some
> > relation with, it seems to me, that whole study of the social
> > capital is oriented on the structure, organization, etc. and
> > much less on the real effects of trust concerning the
> > development of rules of human conduct (again, I am a lawyer),
> > enforceability of contracts etc.
> > Is anybody able to propose some recommended reading aside from
> > the notorieties as Fukuyama's Trust, or books by Putnam?
> > Thanks for any response
> > Matej Cepl