Dean of the Social Sciences David Shulman, David M. ’70 and Linda Roth Professor of Sociology and Chair of Organizational Studies, just published an exciting new article on trust with co-author Kent Grayson (Kellogg School, Northwestern) in Socio-Economic Review, entitled “Et Tu, Brute? Unraveling the puzzle of deception and broken trust in close relations.” The article is an Editor’s Choice piece, which means it is free/ungated!
Prof. Shulman and Prof. Grayson will be featured speakers at a Socio-Economic Review Cafe virtual event on Close Relationships, Trust, and the Economy on Thursday, November 16th at 12pm EST. Socio-Economic Review Cafes are dynamic conversations with journal authors rather than lengthy talks, and this Cafe will be a discussion of close relationships and the potential and pitfalls of trust in the economy, as well as the ways technology can mediate these dynamics. You can register to join the cafe at this link. Congrats Dean Shulman!