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|selected books on trust||selected articles||online resources|
|featured book Aidan Ward and John Smith: Trust
and Mistrust. John Wiley.
we also note books by Fukuyama, Gambetta and Mulgan
and Security "Can the commons exist without common decency & common
sense?" by Mary Catherine
Trust and Identity Various papers and ongoing projects by Professor Diego Gambetta
|Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations Electronic version of excellent book edited by Professor Gambetta, first published 1988 and long out of print.|
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|Aidan Ward & John Smith, Trust and Mistrust - Radical Risk Strategies
in Business Relationships. John Wiley, 2003
||Aidan Ward and John Smith belong to Antelope Projects which has partnered with Veryard Projects on many occasions. In their new book they explore the four types of trust in great detail. This book can be read as an extended expression of mistrust in all forms of inauthentic trust.|
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Trust : The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity
Free Press, 1996
|Aidan recommends this one.|
|Diego Gambetta (ed)
Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations
Basil Blackwell, 1988
|An excellent collection.||Original edition out of print.
Electronic version now available.
Chatto & Windus, 1997
|Mulgan is one of the political brains behind New Labour.
Much of the technical content will now be familiar to followers of internet fashion, but the social and political implications are particularly interesting because of the behind-scenes influence he apparently wields over the UK Government
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| The novelist Stephen
King published the first instalment of his latest work free on the
Internet, and asked readers to send him money if they want him to continue
"During his year off [after an accident that nearly killed him], King has evidently come to the conclusion that the only way to create a revenue stream for the novelist (or any other dealer in words) from net publication is trust."
[source: Guardian July 25th, 2000]
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