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By Hans-Hermann Hohmann, Friederike Welter

During this leading edge booklet, foreign students examine belief and its position with regards to the entrepreneurial habit of small agencies throughout a number of institutional and cultural settings. The participants draw on unique empirical fabric from a couple of West ecu and East ecu international locations, highlighting the function of tradition and the importance of a multi-disciplinary technique in gaining knowledge of belief and its value in entrepreneurship. together with distinct comparative experiences, the ebook will entice researchers, scholars and practitioners drawn to belief inside of and among small organisations and in several environments. these drawn to matters surrounding the improvement of post-socialist economies also will locate the booklet to be of significant curiosity.

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However, whereas personal trust can exist regardless of any formal institutions, the availability of institutional trust is highly dependent on the institutional structure of the society. Williamson (1993, p. 476) summarised the complex relations best, stating that ‘transactions that are viable in an institutional environment that provides strong safeguards may be nonviable in institutional environments that are weak’. In this context, we can assume differences in the trust-related institutional framework between transition countries in Eastern Europe and mature market economies in Western Europe, as well as differences in the roles personal, collective and institutional trust, respectively, play.

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