Corporate reputation in management research: a review of the literature and assessment of the concept

  title={Corporate reputation in management research: a review of the literature and assessment of the concept},
  author={Annika Veh and Markus G{\"o}bel and Rick Vogel},
  journal={Business Research},
The study of reputation figures prominently in management research, yet the increasing number of publications makes it difficult to keep track of this growing body of literature. This paper provides a systematic review of the literature based on a large-scale bibliometric analysis. We draw on bibliographic data of 5885 publications published until 2016, inclusively, and combine co-citation analysis and bibliographic coupling with network visualization. Results show how research on corporate… 
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