Antecedents of Corporate Reputation in the Hotel Industry: The Moderating Role of Transparency
AbstractIn this study, we developed a theoretical framework in which corporate social responsibility, corporate ability, customer trust and satisfaction, and corporate reputation by considering the influence of transparency as a moderator. The proposed hypotheses were empirically tested using data collected from 487 U.S. consumers via structural equation modeling. The results indicated that perceived corporate social responsibility and corporate ability significantly affected overall customer satisfaction and trust. In turn, customer trust and satisfaction have positive effects on perceptions about corporate reputation. Lastly, this study found that transparency as a significant moderator. This research will contribute to the development of a robust and comprehensive theoretical model that integrates existing frameworks and concepts within the hotel industry. View Full-Text
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Kim, S.-B.; Kim, D.-Y. Antecedents of Corporate Reputation in the Hotel Industry: The Moderating Role of Transparency. Sustainability 2017, 9, 951.
Kim S-B, Kim D-Y. Antecedents of Corporate Reputation in the Hotel Industry: The Moderating Role of Transparency. Sustainability. 2017; 9(6):951.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Sung-Bum; Kim, Dae-Young. 2017. "Antecedents of Corporate Reputation in the Hotel Industry: The Moderating Role of Transparency." Sustainability 9, no. 6: 951.
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