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On SAGE Insight: Social capital and knowledge sharing in academic research teams

From International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS) In the past two decades, competition among universities has become globalized, and higher education systems are under intense pressure to improve their services. Universities have to respond to many types of pressure, such as … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Research finds that financial aid (as it’s currently used)  is not the answer to college affordability

From Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences Why are some students, especially those who are first generation college students or from low-income households, not applying for or consistently receiving financial aid? According to this paper the aid system must … Continue reading

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Towards an emotional understanding of trust in a climate of public distrust in science and regulation

Risk, communication and trust: Towards an emotional understanding of trust From Public Understanding of Science Public distrust in science and regulation is widely discussed today. The issue of public trust is at the fore, and there is a growing body … Continue reading

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Trust and social networks facilitate fraud

Anatomy of a Fraud: Trust and Social Networks From Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique This article examines the link between trust and social networks with the case study of a fraud – the Santa case. It concerns mainly … Continue reading

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Trusting people make better lie detectors

Not pollyannas: Higher generalized trust predicts lie detection ability From Social Psychological and Personality Trusting others may not make you a fool or a Pollyanna, instead it can be a sign that you are smart. This study analyzed participants responses when … Continue reading

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