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trustworthiness

 [trust´wer-the-ness]
the quality of inspiring trust in someone else; this is one of the central virtues in virtue-based ethical theories.

trustworthiness

A clinical trials term of art for an attribute of records (data and documents) and signatures submitted to regulatory agencies regarding their suitability for reaching scientific conclusions about safety and efficacy, which underlies public policy decisions regarding market authorisation. Key dimensions of trustworthiness of eClinical trial data are data quality and data integrity.

trustworthiness

Ethics A principle in which a person both deserves the trust of others and does not violate that trust
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Fast forwarding to the e-commerce format, a seller's website is its store front and therefore, has the burden to establish its trustworthiness with consumers.
Lack of improvement in software trustworthiness may restrain security but not competitiveness, due to a shortfall in trustworthiness practice and a shortfall in cybersecurity foundations and practice.
What patterns of governance do focal firms exercise in the post-formation period of IJVs and how do contrasting patterns of governance relate to variations in perceived partner's trustworthiness, as well as IJV performance?
Two morphed images depicting opposite visual categories of trustworthiness can be seen in Figure 1.
Given the potential impact of a personal scandal to damage the perceived trustworthiness of an endorser and the importance of this source credibility characteristic on endorser effectiveness, (Amos et al.
In turn, lower privacy concerns are likely to produce more favorable perceptions of e-tailer trustworthiness (Okazaki et al.
In addition, the differences between the TAA and AI lists show the different approaches and varied opinions regarding the metrics that best indicate a company's trustworthiness.
to use trustworthiness as a pretext to discriminate while doing little
One of the most interesting patterns that emerge from the results is the recurrence of several countries in the top 10 rankings for highest levels of trustworthiness in all three scenarios.
It wasn't even this note from the CIA that made me rethink my new career opportunity: ``If we contact you about a position, be prepared to undergo a thorough background investigation examining your life's history, your character, trustworthiness, reliability and soundness of judgment.
106) states, "Yet individuals with Asperger syndrome can still look at a face and assess characteristics such as trustworthiness.