Trust Recent Awards

Robert Sampson, Harvard University 
"Network and Community Dynamics of Working Trust: A Comparative Panel Study of Institutional Leaders, 1995-2002" 
November 2004, $124,405 
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Richard Sosis, University of Connecticut, Storrs 
Bradley Ruffle, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev 
"Trust, Religion, and Signaling" 
November 2004, $165,854 
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Jonathan Baron, University of Pennsylvania 
"Trust in Computerized Decision Aids" 
April 2004, $15,000 
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Robert Slonim, Case Western Reserve University 
"Trust and Selective Discrimination" 
December 2003, $30,801 
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Avner Ben-Ner, University of Minnesota 
Louis Putterman, Brown University 
"The Determinants of Trusting and Trustworthiness" 
November 2003, $83,982 
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R. Thomas Boone, St. John's University 
Ross Buck, University of Connecticut, Storrs 
"The Communication of Trustworthiness: Affect Expression as the Mechanism" 
June 2003, $136,456 
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Daniel N. Posner, University of California, Los Angeles 
James Habyarimana, Georgetown Public Policy Institute 
Macartan Humphreys, Columbia University 
Jeremy M. Weinstein, Stanford University 
"Ethnic Identity, Collective Action and Trust: An Experimental Approach" 
June 2003, $197,754 
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Margaret Foddy, Carleton University 
Toshio Yamagishi, Hokkaido University 
"Group-Based Trust in Strangers: A Program of Cross-Societal Research" 
June 2003, $114,732 
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Markus Mobias, Harvard University 
Dean Karlan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
Tanya Rosenblat, Wesleyan University 
"Trust and Social Networks" 
June 2003, $131,900 
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Peter Kollock, University of California, Los Angeles 
"Trust and Trustworthiness in Commodity Business Markets" 
May 2003, $34,439 
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Gabriella Montinola, University of California, Davis 
"The Sources of Trust in Local Courts in a Low-Trust Setting" 
May 2003, $20,349 
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Felix Oberholzer-Gee, University of Pennsylvania 
"The Speed of New Ideas: The Role of Trust in the Diffusion of New Technologies" 
January 2003, $18,893 
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Gary Charness, University of California, Berkeley 
Martin Dufwenberg, Stockholm University 
"Trust and Communication in Partnerships" 
November 2002, $125,726 
Miles Hewstone, University of Oxford 
Ed Cairns, University of Ulster 
Alberto Voci, University of Padua 
Ulrich von Hecker, Cardiff University 
"Sectarian Conflict and Cross-Community Trust in Northern Ireland" 
November 2002, $199,824 
Carol Heimer, Northwestern University 
"Trustworthiness and Trust in Medical Treatment and Research: An Ethnographic Study of the Effects of the 'Legal Turn' in Medicine" 
October 2002, $33,600 
William McEvily, Carnegie Mellon University 
"Measuring Trust in Organizational Contexts: Review and Recommendations" 
September 2002, $10,700 
Kenneth Rotenberg, Keele University 
Michael Boulton, Keele University 
"Development of a Generalized Trust Belief Scale for Young Children" 
June 2002, $22,200 
Project Description
Robert Kurzban, University of Arizona 
"Trust and Information-Seeking in a Public Goods Game" 
June 2002, $32,371 
Marilynn Brewer, Ohio State University 
"Depersonalized Trust and Collectivist Orientation" 
June 2002, $23,866 
Philip Hoffman, California Institute of Technology 
Gilles Postel-Vinay, Ecole des Hautes Etudes 
Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, University of California, Los Angeles 
"Trust Supporting Institutions and Economic Growth: Local Credit Markets in France, 1740-1899" 
June 2002, $146,694 
Chaim Fershtman, Tel Aviv University 
Uri Gneezy, University of Chicago 
"Trust and Discrimination in Segmented Societies: An Experimental Approach" 
June 2002, $191,475 
Larry Bartels, Princeton University 
"Conference on Trust in Government" 
March 2002, $8,500 
James Andreoni, University of Wisconsin, Madison 
Larry Samuelson, University of Wisconsin, Madison 
"Building Trust by Starting Small: A Behavioral Economics Analysis" 
January 2002, $128,915 
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Andrew Whitford, University of Kansas 
William Bottom, Washington University 
Gary Miller, Washington University 
"Trust in Principal-Agent Negotiations: Can Gift-Exchange Minimize Efficiency Loss?" 
January 2002, $112,398 
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Mark Lubell, Florida State University 
"Trust and Cooperation in Watershed Management" 
December 2001, $117,043 
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Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University 
"Historical Study of Trust and Credit in the United States" 
November 2001, $20,100 
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Kathryn Miller, Stanford University 
"Commerce and Captivity: The Role of Trust in the Redemption of Captives Across Religous and Political Boundaries" 
November 2001, $25,250 
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Melanie Green, University of Pennsylvania 
"Development and Perception of Trust in On-Line Relationships" 
October 2001, $12,608 
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Robert Wuthnow, Princeton University 
"The Role of Trust in Social Service Delivery" 
June 2001, $196,867 
Abigail Barr, Oxford University 
"Trust, Trustworthiness, and the Dynamics of Trustfulness" 
June 2001, $24,990 
Thomas LaVeist, Johns Hopkins University 
"Mistrust of the Medical Care System" 
June 2001, $19,997 
Margaret Levi, University of Washington 
"In Unions We Trust" 
February 2001, $25,008 
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Jonathan Baron, University of Pennsylvania 
"Can Consequence-Maximizing Authorities Inspire Trust?" 
November 2000, $25,000 
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Iris Bohnet, Harvard University 
Steffen Huck, University of London 
"Trustworthiness and Institutions: A Theoretical and Experimental Analysis" 
November 2000, $78,821 
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Diego Gambetta, University of Oxford 
Michael Bacharach, University of Oxford 
Heather Hamill, University of Oxford 
Roderick M. Kramer, Stanford University 
"Signaling and Mimicking Trustworthiness: Taxi Drivers and Their Customers in Dangerous Cities" 
November 2000, $109,364 
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Alan Miller, Hokkaido University 
"Limitations of Survey Research on Trust" 
November 2000, $19,350 
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Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, University of California, Los Angeles 
"Trust and the Growth of Financial Intermediation in France, 1740-1900" 
July 2000, $25,000 
Dietland Stolle, McGill University 
"The Political and Social Role of Families in the Creation of Generalized Trust" 
June 2000, $25,000 
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William T. Bianco, Penn State University 
"The Microfoundations of Political Trust" 
June 2000, $47,071 
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Margaret Brown, Washington University 
"The Social Organization of the Malagasy Vanilla Trade: Examining the Role of Trust in a Recently Liberalized Market" 
June 2000, $19,320 
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Susan Stokes, Yale University 
"Trust and the Consolidation of Democracy" 
June 2000, $121,394 
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John Brehm, Duke University 
Scott Gates, Michigan State University 
"Trust Within Public Bureaucracies" 
November 1999, $30,832 
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Nancy Burns, University of Michigan 
Donald Kinder, University of Michigan 
"Trust and Democratic Politics" 
November 1999, $194,193 
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Karen S. Cook, Stanford University 
Roderick M. Kramer, Stanford University 
David Thom, Stanford University 
"Reciprocal Trust in Patient-Physician Relationships: Managing the Transition from Individual to Group Trust" 
November 1999, $24,500 
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Jean Ensminger, California Institute of Technology 
"Examining Trust, Cooperation, and Fairness: A Cross-Cultural Study Using Experimental Economics" 
November 1999, $119,238 
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Kevin McCabe, University of Arizona 
Daniel Houser, University of Arizona 
Vernon Smith, George Mason University 
"Trust and Reciprocity in Interpersonal Exchange" 
November 1999, $102,391 
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Piotr Swistak, University of Maryland at College Park 
"Trust, Rationality, and Social Structure" 
November 1999, $15,070 
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Toshio Yamagishi, Hokkaido University 
"Risk Taking and Trust Building" 
November 1999, $24,300 
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