Human Nature in the Adaptation of Trust

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Nooteboom, B.;
  • Publisher: Organization
  • Subject: trust | transaction costs | Z13 - Economic Sociology ; Economic Anthropology ; Language ; Social and Economic Stratification | A14 - Sociology of Economics | L14 - Transactional Relationships ; Contracts and Reputation ; Networks | buyer-supplier relationships | trust; transaction costs; buyer-supplier relationships; social psychology | social psychology | trust;transaction costs;buyer-supplier relationships;social psychology | D01 - Microeconomic Behavior: Underlying Principles | L24 - Contracting Out ; Joint Ventures ; Technology Licensing | D64 - Altruism; Philanthropy; Intergenerational Transfers
    • jel: jel:A14 | jel:D64 | jel:D01 | jel:Z13 | jel:L14 | jel:L24

This chapter pleads for more inspiration from human nature, in agent-based modeling.As an illustration of an effort in that direction, it summarizes and discusses an agentbased model of the build-up and adaptation of trust between multiple producers and suppliers.The ce... View more
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