List of Lists: A Compilation of International Corporate Reputation Ratings

@article{Fombrun2007ListOL,
  title={List of Lists: A Compilation of International Corporate Reputation Ratings},
  author={Charles J. Fombrun},
  journal={Corporate Reputation Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={10},
  pages={144-153}
}
  • C. Fombrun
  • Published 7 July 2007
  • Business
  • Corporate Reputation Review
Companies are constantly being rated by one group or another. A companys relative standing across lists opens a partial window on the reputation landscape in which companies operate. Reputation Institute identified and examined some 183 public lists that provide summary ratings and rankings of companies in 38 countries. This note provides readers with an overview of this list of lists. The majority of the lists we found were based on either a measure of overall reputation or of the workplace… 

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