FINT - The First International Network on Trust was created in 2001 at the Workshop on 'Trust Within and Between Organizations' in Amsterdam as a group of academics and practitioners from around the globe who are interested in the study of trust. Membership is relatively informal so far, just send an email to the Communications Officer using the "Contact Us" function on the left hand side. We also run the FINT LinkedIn Group to be used for ongoing discussions and announcements.
- FINT 2016 Dublin: Keynote Speakers Bill McEvily and Paul J. Zak
- EGOS 2016 Call for Short Papers on Organizational Trust (Deadline 11 January)
- Organization Studies Special Issue on "Trust in Crisis"
- Journal of Trust Research: Interviews with Bart Nooteboom and Robert F. Hurley
- New Routledge Book Series in Trust
- FINT History
- Recommended Reading
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Call for Book Proposals
"We are delighted to tell you about a new book series we are developing for scholars of trust. We are interested in receiving your ideas for single or joint authored monographs that extend conceptually and empirically insight and understanding of particular areas in the field of trust.
We are deeply saddened to share with you the devastating news that our dear friend and colleague Graham Dietz passed away a few days before Christmas 2014 following the aftereffects of a cardiac arrest. His funeral was held on 6th January 6, 2015 at Durham Cathedral in Durham, England.
On this page, we honour Graham both as a colleague and as a friend. Many of you knew Graham well and shared many experiences with him at conferences, seminars and through collaborative projects. If you would like to post something about Graham, we invite and encourage you to do so on this page. Below is a tribute to Graham by one of his close colleagues, Nicole Gillespie.
Working with Grahm's wife, Valeria Dietz, an education fund has been set up to help support Graham’s son Liam (11) to realise his father's dream of attending a top UK university. You may wish to consider making a contribution to this education fund. (Please see below for further details).