Journal of Trust Research
Journal of Trust Research
Journal Title: Journal of Trust Research
ISSN: 2151-5581
ISSN Online: 2151-559X
Publication Frequency: 2 issues per year
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Journal Mission

Trust is imperative to constructivesocial interaction and cooperation at and acrossall levels. Positioned as a high-impact source journal providing novel ideas for other journals (both academic and practical), the mission of JTR is:

to inquire into the nature, form, base and role of trust as well as the mechanism and stage of trust-building and trust repairat and across personal, group, organizational, community and nationallevels so as to facilitate andstimulate informed academic dialogue anddebate toward an integrative body ofknowledge via both relevant and rigorous theory-building and theory-testing to influence individuals, groups,organizations, communitiesand nations in the choice ofpracticalsolutionsfor theirtrust-related managementby providing the most relevant and rigorous research.

Journal Philosophy

JTR is particularly interested in those studies that are inter-disciplinary, cross-cultural, cross-level, multi-method, context-rich, process-oriented, and practice-relevant in perspectives, so as to effectively investigate the holistic content and dynamic process of organizational and societal trust, without the perils of reductionist assumptions. JTR identifies the above as the emerging trends with thegreatest potential to contribute to our rich and deep understanding about the complexphenomenon of trust.

Journal Scope

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 debatebetween 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. Through both theoretical development and empirical investigation, JTR seeks to open the "black-box" of trust in various contexts.

JTR aims to publish relevant and rigorous research contributing to knowledge in six major domains that are interdisciplinary and cross-cultural:

General research on trust to build an integrative framework with a common language across disciplines and across cultures (building upon but extending beyond disciplinary and cultural perspectives) General research on trust at and across the levels of individual, group, organization, community, and nation Specific research on trust management within and between organizations and societies Specific research on interpersonal trust within and between organizations and societies Specific research on institutional trust within and between organizations and societies Specific research on inter-organizational and social trust within and across nations

Journal Readership

JTR specializes in dedicated research on trust in general and organizational trust in particular, thereby serving the needs primarilyof scholars and secondarily practitioners. The unique features of JTR as a focal point for an inter-disciplinary, cross-cultural, cross-level, context-rich, process-oriented, and practice-relevant research Journalwill appeal to the broadest readership, especially those who believe in such values as the indicators of high quality research. Journal Topics


Subjects Covered & Scope: Behavioral Sciences; Business, Management and Accounting; Corporate Governance; Corporate Social Responsibility & Business Ethics; Economic Psychology; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Internet / Digital Marketing / e-Marketing; Marketing; Organizational Communication; Psychological Science; Public Relations; Social Psychology; Supplementary material; Work & Organizational Psychology
Editor Board:

Editor-in-Chief

Peter Ping Li, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

 

Managing Editor
 
Sohini Guha, Singapore Management University, Singapore

 

 

Deputy Editors-in-Chief

Donald L. Ferrin, Singapore Management University, Singapore

Guido Möllering, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany      


Associate Editors

K. M. Bijlsma-Frankema, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Kirsimarja Blomqvist, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

C. Shawn Burke, University of Central Florida, USA

Cecily Cooper, University of Miami, USA

Graham Dietz, Durham University, UK

Nicole Gillespie, University of Queensland, Australia

Mark Hansen, Brigham Young University, USA

Elias Khalil, Monash University, Australia

Peter Kim, University of Southern California, USA

Dora Lau, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

Steven Lui, University of New South Wales, Australia

Jar-der Luo, Tsinghua University, China

D. Harrison McKnight, Michigan State University, USA

Aneil Mishra, East Carolina University, USA

Kok Yee Ng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Bo Bernhard Nielsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Rosalind Searle, Coventry University, UK

Frédérique Six, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Shay Tzafrir, University of Haifa, Israel

Steven Van de Walle, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Antoinette Weibel, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

Michele Williams, Cornell University, USA

Verner Worm, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

 

Review Board

Yuntao Bai, Xiamen University, China

Thomas Barton, California Western School of Law, USA

Michelle Bligh, Claremont Graduate University, USA

Rachel Campagna, University of New Hampshire, USA

Stephen Carson, University of Utah, USA

Sandro Castaldo, Bocconi University, Italy

Ka Wai (Anita) Chan, University of Macau, China

Roy Y. J. Chua, Harvard University, USA

Ana Cristina Costa, Brunel University, UK

Jan Delhey, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

Pieter Desmet, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Lorna Doucet, Fudan University, China

Peter Eberl, University of Kassel, Germany

Dries Faems, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Tony Fang, Stockholm University, Sweden

C. Ashley Fulmer, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Shankar Ganesan, University of Notre Dame, USA

Alexandra Gerbasi, Grenoble Business School, France

Robert Hurley, Fordham University, USA

Andrew Inkpen, Thunderbird School of Global Management, USA

Bart de Jong, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Gjalt de Jong, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

Teemu Kautonen, Aalto University, Finland

Joann Keyton, North Carolina State University, USA

Dejun Tony Kong, University of Richmond, USA

Rekha Krishnan, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Tamar Kugler, University of Arizona, USA

Rico Lam, University of Macau, China

Claus Langfred, George Mason University, USA

Daniel Z. Levin, Rutgers University, USA

Julie Juan Li, City University of Hong Kong, China

Chris Long,    GeorgetownUniversity, USA

Robert Lount, Jr., Ohio State University, USA

Fergus Lyon, Middlesex University, UK

Karen Mishra, Meredith College, USA

Alexandra Mislin, American University, USA

Miriam Muethel, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany

Michael Mullen, Florida Atlantic University, USA

Phanish Puranam, INSEAD, Singapore

Patrick Saparito, Saint Joseph's University, USA

Oliver Schilke, University of Arizona, USA

Martin Schweer, University of Vechta, Germany

Tony Simons, Cornell University, USA

Edward Tomlinson, West Virginia University, USA

Eric van Dijk, Leiden University, The Netherlands

Bart Vanneste, University College London, UK

S. Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University,Turkey

S. Nazli Wasti, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

Friederike Welter, University of Siegen, Germany

Andrew Wicks, University of Virginia, USA

Fabrizio Zerbini, ESCP Europe, France

Kevin Zheng Zhou, University of Hong Kong, China

Roxanne Zolin, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

 

Advisory Board

Paul Adler, University of Southern California, USA

Raj Aggarwal, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA

Africa Ariño, University of Navarra,Spain

Reinhard Bachmann, University of Surrey, UK

Jean Boddewyn, City University of New York, USA

S. Tamer Cavusgil, Georgia State University, USA

Chao C. Chen, Rutgers University, USA

Bor-Shiuan Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

John Child, University of Birmingham, UK

Karen Cook, Stanford University, USA

Robert Cross, University of Virginia, USA             

Steven Currall, University of California, Davis, USA

T. K. Das, City University of New York, USA

James Davis, Utah State University, USA

Kurt Dirks, Washington University in St. Louis, USA

Jeffrey Dyer, Brigham Young University, USA       

Jiing-Lih Farh, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

Jennifer George, Rice University, USA

Anthony Giddens, London School of Economics, UK

Mark Granovetter, Stanford University, USA

Ranjay Gulati, Harvard University, USA

Russell Hardin, New York University, USA

Clyde Holsapple, University of Kentucky, USA

Geoffrey Hosking, University College London, UK

Shelby D. Hunt, Texas Tech University, USA

Paul Ingram, Columbia University, USA

Susan E. Jackson, Rutgers University, USA

Tadao Kagono, Kobe University, Japan

David Knoke, University of Minnesota, USA

M. Audrey Korsgaard, University of South Carolina, USA

Roderick Kramer, Stanford University, USA

Christel Lane, University of Cambridge, UK

Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong, China

Margaret Levi, University of Washington, USA

Roy Lewicki, Ohio State University, USA

Yadong Luo, University of Miami, USA

Anoop Madhok, York University, Canada

Ivana Markova, University of Stirling, UK

Roger Mayer, North Carolina State University, USA

Bill McEvily, University of Toronto, Canada

Linda Molm, University of Arizona, USA

Christine Moorman, Duke University, USA

Michael Morris, Columbia University, USA

J. Keith Murnighan, Northwestern University, USA

Bart Nooteboom, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

Arvind Parkhe, Temple University, USA

Pamela Paxton, University of Texas at Austin, USA

Jone L. Pearce, University of California, Irvine, USA

Laura Poppo, University of Kansas, USA

Gordon Redding, INSEAD, France

Denise Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

David Schoorman, Purdue University, USA

Adam Seligman, Boston University, USA

Boas Shamir, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Sim Sitkin, Duke University, USA

Jörg Sydow, Free University of Berlin, Germany

Piotr Sztompka, Jagiellonian University, Poland

Dean Tjosvold, Lingnan University, China

Wenpin Tsai, Penn State University, USA

Anne Tsui, Arizona State University, USA

Rosalie Tung, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Brian Uzzi, Northwestern University, USA

Andrew Van de Ven, University of Minnesota, USA

Toshio Yamagishi, Hitotsubashi University, Japan

Zhongfang Yang, Chinese Social Science Society, Taiwan

Akbar Zaheer, University of Minnesota, USA

Edward Zajac, Northwestern University, USA

Paul Zak, Claremont Graduate University, USA

Dale E. Zand, New York University, USA

 Updated 16/01/15




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