Standing on the shoulders of giants, as Newton would have it, means acknowledging them for the immense contribution they make to human knowledge. I refer to several different publications throughout the book and they are listed below, but there are more because also in this list are works I believe are vital to the field I’m in. As such, much as with the rest of the book, the content is fluid because there is always something new and wonderful.
Wherever possible I have put a hyperlink to the document.
Axelrod, R. (1984) The Evolution of Cooperation. Basic Books.
Bacharach, M. and Gambetta, D. (2001) Trust in Signs. In Cook, K (Ed.) Trust in Society. Russel Sage Foundation.
Barber, B. (1983) The Logic and Limits of Trust. Rutgers University Press.
Boon, S. and Holmes, J. (1985) The Dynamics of Interpersonal Trust: Resolving Uncertainity in the Face of Risk. In: Hinde, R. and Gorebel, J., Eds., Cooperation and Prosocial Behaviour, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 190-211.
Bok, S. (1978) Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life. Penguin Random House.
CES (2019) Power and Politics – The Prisoner’s Dilemma. Centre for European Studies.
Cofta, P. (2007) Trust, Complexity and Control: Confidence in a Convergent World. Wiley.
Dasgupta, P. (1990) Trust as a Commodity in Gambetta, Diego (ed.) Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations, chapter 4, pp. 49-72.
Deutsch, M. (1962) Cooperation and Trust: Some Theoretical Notes. In Jones, M.R., (ed) Nebraska Symposium on Motivation. Nebraska University Press.
Deutsch, M. (1973) The Resolution of Conflict. New Haven and London: Yale University Press
Dunn, J. Trust and Political Agency in Gambetta, Diego (ed.) Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations, chapter 5, pp. 78-93.
Gambetta, D. (1990) Trust: Making and Breaking Cooperative Relations. Basil Blackwell.
Lamott, A (2019) Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on the Art of Writing and Life. (25th Anniversary Edition). Penguin Random House.
Luhmann, N. (1979) Trust and Power. (English translation). Wiley.
Marsh, S. (1994) Formalizing Trust as a Computational Concept. PhD Thesis, Department of Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling.
Pitt, J. (2021) Self-Organizing Multi Agent Systems: Algorithmic Foundations of Cyber-Anarcho-Socialism. World Scientific.
Reina, D. & Reina, M. (2015) Trust and Betrayal in the Workplace. Penguin Random House.