Commentary: Trust and the CCJ

Dr Terrance Martin was born in St. Kitts and Nevis and is an assistant professor of finance at Utah Valley University, a published author, and awarding winning researcher. His research has been cited and featured in periodicals, newspaper, magazines, and journals through the world. He is also the founder and principal of Tranquility Financial Planning, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm

By Dr Terrance K Martin

For this article, let’s define trust as an expectancy of positive outcomes one may receive based on the expected action of another party in an interaction characterized by uncertainty. Trust can be further divided into two distinct types: generalized trust and personalized trust. However, economists view the primary difference between these two types of trust…

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