“Craig Carroll has edited and written the definitive source on corporate reputation. The book is, in my opinion, a must-read for students and executives with an interest in corporate reputation and communication management. It uniquely covers the whole gamut of disciplinary and theoretical perspectives on the topic and combines this with an impressive array of empirical studies of corporate reputation in various empirical contexts.”
Joep Cornelissen, VU University Amsterdam and University of Leeds
“With a remarkable collection of authors from all over the world, this handbook offers perhaps the most comprehensive resource assembled on corporate reputation and communication. It is essential reading for researchers, educators, and professionals interested in this topic.”
Spiro Kiousis, University of Florida
"This comprehensive collection of nuggets from leading scholars explicates corporate reputation: its bases in communication, theoretical dimensions, attributes and research horizon."
John Llewellyn, Wake Forest University
“From snapshots of key interrelationships between corporate reputation and related disciplines to sophisticated treatments of underlying processes, contributors offer fresh insights that push boundaries of scholarship and practice.”
Patrice M. Buzzanell, Purdue University