Trust as Networking Knowledge: Precedents from Australia

Porras, Salvador T.; Clegg, Stewart; Crawford, John
September 2004
Asia Pacific Journal of Management;Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p345
Academic Journal
This article discusses the impact of trust on business networks and examines how their members developed knowledge through networking. Trust can be understood as "the expectation that some others in our social relationships have moral obligations and responsibility to demonstrate a special concern for other's interests above their own". Trust, rather than being simply a resource for establishing collaborative relationships between organizations, is an essential component of their constitution. At base, trust involves interpersonal relations of a specific type.


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