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Product Reputation Model: An Opinion Mining Based
...product reputation model that uses opinion mining techniques in order to extract sentiments about product’s features, and then provide a method to generate a more realistic reputation value for every...


Product Recalls and Firm Reputation
We model reputation capital as a reward for good behavior of sellers of a product the quality of which is not contractible. The market reacts unfavorably to product recalls which are the result of product...


Reputation Management
Reputation Management: A Framework for Measurement and Valuation. Dr. Charles J. Fombrun Reputation Institute. Henley Management College 22 September 2005. RI ‘At-A-Glance’: A Network...


Stretching ¯rm and brand reputation
If the new product is relatively pro¯table compared to the base product, then, for a given level of quality, ¯rms stretch if and only if reputation is high (i.e., ¯rms exploit good reputations).


Demarketing strategy to develop perceived product reputation
Solly Matshonisa Seeletse (2016). Demarketing strategy to develop perceived product reputation: applications in three distinct environments. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 14(4-1)...


Collective reputation and quality
Collective reputation and quality. Jason A. Winfree and Jill J. McCluskey*. A firm is said to “extract” reputation from the reputation stock when it sells low-quality products at high prices...


Reputation of Focal Product
Reputation of Focal Product. 292 P. Song et al. / Electronic Commerce Research and Applications 10 able because the reputation of a focal product may positively inu-ence advertising effectiveness.


Product brands are the beneficiaries | Corporate reputation provides
Corporate reputation provides product quality assurance Any disconnect between corporate and product reputation triggers sharp consumer reaction Products drive discussion...


Great company. Satisfied customers . ” | in its products.” reputation.”
in reputation we trust. 87%. of executives say a strong corporate brand is just as important as strong product brands. 70%. of consumers avoid buying a product if they don’t like the company behind the...


The Company behind the Brand: In Reputation We Trust1 demonstrated that an organization’s reputation is critical to building deeper trust in its products and services.