Corporate Ethics, Reputation Management

In Ruth Chadwick (ed.), Encyclopedia of Allpied Ethics, 2nd ed. Academic Press (2012)
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Abstract

Reputation management refers to all the practices employed by corporations aimed at improving the public perception of the corporation. This article outlines the main features of some of the most common points of discussion pertaining to the ethics of reputation management. It introduces the debate on classical forms of corporate communication, or ‘spin-doctoring,’ but also some issues related to more contemporary forms of ‘corporate social responsibility’ management. Finally, it introduces the involvement by stakeholder activists in the battle over corporate reputations and some of the discussion this has given rise to.

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Joakim Sandberg
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