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Investigating the relationship between the components affecting customer trust and satisfaction in mobile banking ecosystems

Ebrahim Zarepour Nasirabadi; Neda Ghamaripoor

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 29 February 2024

Abstract
  Gaining customer satisfaction and trust by expanding the use of new technologies in banking systems is one of the most important challenges of banking in mobile ecosystems. Therefore, the present study aims to investigate the relationship between the factors affecting customer satisfaction and trust ...  Read More

Investigating factors forming trust in family and non-family entrepreneurship

Mohammad Azizi; Masood Salmani Bidgoli

Volume 22, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 165-186

Abstract
  Different factors can develop trust in firms. Considering intra-organizational theories in this field, the research investigates the factors with a comparative approach between family and non-family firms. The research uses survey methods. Research census is family and non-family firms in Soleyman Sabahi ...  Read More

Developing Optimal Conceptual Model for Increasing Employees’ Work Adjustment and Cultural Intelligence

Alireza Kameli; Soheil Nejat; Rohollah Nikkhah Keyarmash

Volume 22, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 219-239

Abstract
  The most important tools to perform tasks effectively in environments with heterogeneous and diverse workforce are cultural intelligence and work adjustment. The cultural intelligent helps to make relationship with people that have different culture in appropriately mood. According to importance of this ...  Read More

Beyond the agency theory in regulation of relationship between a client and contractor in professional service projects

Ali Naghi Mashayekhi; SeyedAlireza Mirbagheri

Volume 19, Issue 1 , July 2015, , Pages 191-213

Abstract
  Many companies are dependent on purchasing the required professional services (such as managerial, marketing, accounting, legal, and IT services) from specialist contractors. The contract between such contractors and clients forms an agency relationship, so the agency theory may be used to regulate the ...  Read More

From public trust to political trust (A research about the relationship between public and political trust in iran)

mohammad khanbashi; - -

Volume 15, Issue 4 , February 2012, , Pages 73-95

Abstract
  Abstract Trust is the basis of many interactions in human societies; either interpersonal or social communications. Many factors such as lack of social capital, influence of critical media and especially decrease or lack of accountability in public institutions has diminished public trust to the government ...  Read More