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Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation

Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation

Other publications

Trust in business
A report arising out of our research project into trust in business, with law firm DLA Piper and research firm Populus.
Media and markets
A white paper for policy-makers, practitioners and academics, developed from a conference co-hosted by the University of San Diego School of Law and the Centre for Corporate Reputation.
A study of how reputations of firms help determine whether students decide to apply to them for employment - and the multiple reputations within the student talent market that senior managers and recruitment departments should be aware of.
A conceptual contribution to the theoretical literature on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and other related constructs, including diversity.

Avoiding corruption risk in the City of London: the Bribery Act 2010

Liz David-Barrett
City of London Corporation and Transparency International
Bribery Act
A report explaining the implications of the 2010 Bribery Act to companies in the City of London.

Reputation, or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the market

Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb
In Reputation Capital
An exploration of the relationship between market forces and reputation where information is unreliable and incomplete.

Conditional choice

Meredith Rolfe
Chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Analytical Sociology
Identifying theoretical explanations of variation in the trajectory and outcome of conditional decision-making processes from a review of the various formal literatures, both mathematical and simulation-based.