1. Diana Ingenhoff & A. Martina Koelling (2012). Media Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility of Media Organizations: An International Comparison. Business Ethics 21 (2):154-167.
    Media companies are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of their reputation. In order to legitimate themselves, they are starting to present themselves as ‘good corporate citizens’ by engaging in media governance and corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities. The communication of those activities is crucial for the building of reputation. However, to date, no comprehensive studies have been conducted to evaluate the communication of media governance and CSR activities of media organizations. This study aims to fill this gap and examined (...)
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  2. Diana Ingenhoff & Katharina Sommer (2010). Trust in Companies and in CEOs: A Comparative Study of the Main Influences. [REVIEW] Journal of Business Ethics 95 (3):339 - 355.
    Trust is a crucial factor for the long-term economic success of a company. However, not only does the company establish trust, but the CEO representing the company builds up trust as well and, therefore, also influences the company's success. Our study examines how different dimensions of trust (i.e., ability, integrity, benevolence, and information quality) influence the degree of overall trust in a company and in CEOs. Nevertheless, dimensions that influence trust in a CEO can be completely different to those influencing (...)
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  3. Diana Ingenhoff (2006). The Contribution of G. W. Leibniz's 'Cognitio Symbolica' Theory to Current Debates on Knowledge and Communication Management. Semiotica 2006 (158):439-456.
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