Journal article

You can't shake hands with clenched fists: potential effects of trust assessments on the adoption of e-negotiation services

Ofir Turel, Yufei Yuan

GROUP DECISION AND NEGOTIATION | SPRINGER | Published : 2008

Abstract

Trust in the context of e-negotiation is a multifaceted cognition about various trustees, including the e-negotiation website, the e-negotiation service provider, the other negotiator, and the neutral third party (if it exists). This set of trust cognitions is important because it can facilitate the adoption of e-negotiation services. As such, this manuscript presents a review of relevant trust-related literature streams, and integrates them into two models: (1) trust relations in e-negotiations, and (2) potential effects of trust assessments on the adoption of e-negotiation services. The trust relations model identifies and distinguishes between various facets of trust that are relevant in ..

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