Trust in countries in transition: empirical evidence from agriculture
It is well-known that institutions and social capital are important determinants of economic development, and that trust is an important component of social capital. In this paper, factor analysis and three regression models are employed to analyze determinants of trust in central and eastern European countries (CEECs). The results indicate that the rule of law, the protection of property rights, and lower levels of perceived government corruption have a positive effect on trust in agriculture.
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