Confiança e Redes: Evidências Teóricas sob o Prisma do Capital Social Outros Idiomas

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51091
Resumo:
O objetivo deste estudo foi de identificar como os componentes do capital social têm sido aplicados a solução dos problemas de uso dos bens comuns, através da análise integrativa da produção científica internacional. Foram selecionados 39 artigos, publicados nas bases de dados Scopus, Science Direct e Web of Science. Os resultados revelam a importância da confiança, da reciprocidade, da reputação e das redes para o comportamento cooperativo. Contudo, a análise dos estudos evidenciou a necessidade de levar em consideração outros fatores, como a heterogeneidade, o tamanho dos grupos e as normas. Os estudos demonstram que a confiança pode ser construída em ambiente com homogeneidade e, nesse sentido, os grupos pequenos possuem vantagens. A homogeneidade e as normas também são importantes para a construção de redes, que permitem o compartilhamento de informações, comunicação face a face, negociação de normas compartilhadas, construção de uma reputação e construção de confiança.
Citação ABNT:
KREMER, A. M.; CAVALHEIRO, R. T. Confiança e Redes: Evidências Teóricas sob o Prisma do Capital Social . Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, v. 12, n. 3, p. 92-109, 2018.
Citação APA:
Kremer, A. M., & Cavalheiro, R. T. (2018). Confiança e Redes: Evidências Teóricas sob o Prisma do Capital Social . Revista Pensamento Contemporâneo em Administração, 12(3), 92-109.
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.12712/rpca.v12i3.13292
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/51091/confianca-e-redes--evidencias-teoricas-sob-o-prisma-do-capital-social-/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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