Accepted Papers

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A. RAHMANCORPORATE SOCIAL DISCLOSURE IN SHELL MALAYSIA BERHAD CORPORATE REPORTS 1968-2003: PURSUING FOR CORPORATE LEGITIMACY OR MANAGING REALITY?
ABDUL HAMIDA SURVEY ON THE USE OF INTERNET FOR THE INVESTOR RELATIONS BY THE MALAYSIAN AND SINGAPORE FIRMS
ABEYSEKERASIGNALLING EXTERNAL CAPITAL DISCLOSURE IN ANNUAL REPORTS
ABEYSEKERAINTELLECTUAL CAPITAL PRACTICES OF FIRMS AND THE COMMODIFICATION OF LABOUR
AGYEMANGDEVELOPING A FUNDING FORMULA: ACCOUNTING FOR NEEDS
AHMEDFROM CEREMONIAL TO HOLISTIC: NGO ACCOUNTABILITY IN TRANSITION
AKROYDBOUNDARY OBJECTS AS ENABLERS OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF MANAGEMENT CONTRTOL IN PRACTICE
ALAMORGANISATIONAL CHANGE AND INNOVATION IN SMALL ACCOUNTING PRACTICES: EVIDENCE FROM THE FIELD
AMRANC0RPORATE SOCIAL REPORTING IN MALAYSIA: A MIXED METHOD APPROACHG ETHNOCENTRICITY
ANDONPUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS: CURRENT ACCOUNTING-RELATED RESEARCH AND FUTURE RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
ARUNACHALAMA FRAMEWORK FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN ACCOUNTING AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY: HERMENEUTIC ENQUIRY ON THE TAUPO ACCORD
BAKERACTION RESEARCH AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT
BAKRECLOSURE AMIDST THE CONSTRUCT OF ACCOUNTANCY MARKET: THE MONOPOLY POWER OF THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF NIGERIA FACES TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS
BALACHANDRANWESTERN IMPERIALISM MEETS EASTERN ACCOUNTING
BALLENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING AND CHANGE: EXPLORING THE INSTITUTIONAL TOOLKIT
BARBASTHE ROLE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING IN R&D INSTITUTIONS
BASKERVILLETHE CONCEALED PROBLEMS FOR ACCOUNTING LABOUR IN GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL NETWORK INITIATIVES
BEBBINGTONENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING IN THE UK: AN ANALYSIS OF EMERGING TRENDS
BELALABSENCE OF CORPORATE SOCIAL REPORTING (CSR) IN BANGLADESH: A RESEARCH NOTE
BOONLERT-U-THAIEARNINGS MANAGEMENT, INVESTOR PROTECTION, AND NATIONAL CULTURE
BOTESFEMALE REPRESENTATION IN SENIOR FINANCIAL POSITIONS: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE
BROADBENTPERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL AND AN ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT AND INTENSIFICATION OF ‘NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT’ IN THE UK
BROADBENTPUBLIC SECTOR TO PUBLIC SERVICES: THE LAST 25 YEARS OF ACCOUNTING RESEARCH IN THE AREA
BUIINTERNATIONAL AFFILIATIONS, MERGERS AND FIRM CULTURE: A CASE STUDY INTO HISTORY OF A NEW ZEALAND NATIONAL ACCOUNTING FIRM 1908-1988
BURGESSDO CPAS TOLERATE MISREPRESENTATIONS?
CAMPBELLINFORMATION ‘SUPPLY CHAIN’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE MATERIALITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL NARRATIVES
CARLINWHEN INCONVENIENT OBSERVATION MEETS COMFORTABLE MYTH – A FRESH LOOK AT AUDIT QUALITY
CHATTERJEECULTURAL INFLUENCE ON DISCLOSURE IN FINANCIAL REPORTING- THE CURRENT SCENARIO IN INDIA
CHATTERJEEAN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF CHAIRPERSON’S REPORT – A COMPARISON BETWEEN SECRETIVE AND TRANSPARENT VALUE ORIENTED COUNTRIES
CHAUBEWARE THE REFORMERS: A MACHIAVELLIAN VIEW OF THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION AND PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM IN AUSTRALIA
CHE HAATTHE EFFECT OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON TRANSPARENCY AND PERFORMANCE OF MALAYSIAN LISTED COMPANIES
CHESTERSTHE BUSINESS OF DOING GOOD: AN AUSTRALASIAN PERSPECTIVE ON CORPORATE PHILANTHROPY
CHIANGTHE CONSIDERATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS
CHOIANALYST FOLLOWING, INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS AND PRICING OF FUTURE EARNINGS
CHOITHE RELATIONS AMONG CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL DISCLOSURES, PUBLIC INITIATIVES, CORPORATE CHARACTERISTICS: KOREAN EVIDENCE
CHOIEXECUTIVE STOCK OPTION GRANTS AND EXERCISES IN RELATION WITH EARNINGS MANAGEMENT IN KOREA
CHRISTENSENCONTESTING IDEAS IN PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING: ASCENDANCY OF ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
CICCOTOSTOPUBLIC ACCOUNTING PRACTICE: OBLIGATORY PASSAGE POINTS
COLLIERLIMITATIONS OF THE GOING CONCERN PRINCIPLE: A CASE STUDY OF BUSINESS FAILURE
COLLISONANGLO-AMERICAN CAPITALISM: A ROLE FOR SOCIAL INDICATORS?
COOPERTHE NEOLIBERAL PROJECT – LOCAL TAXATION INTERVENTION IN SCOTLAND
COOPERUS IMPERIALISM IN ACTION
CORDERYACCOUNTABILITY DISCHARGE IN PRIMARY HEALTHCARE ORGANISATIONS:
CORTESETHE HOLLOW PROMISE OF AN ACCOUNTING STANDARD SETTER
COYNEACCOUNTING AND AIRCRAFT:
COYTEINTANGIBLE RESOURCE MOBILISATION: A PROCESS PERSPECTIVE
CRUZLOOSE COUPLING OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT PRACTICES IN A GLOBALIZED ORGANIZATION
CUMMINGSA NEOFUNCTIONALIST PERSPECTIVE ON INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING CONVERGENCE: ANALYSIS AND INSIGHTS
DAHANAYAKEVALUE FOR MONEY AUDITING IN THE STATE OF VICTORIA
DANASTASSTAKEHOLDERS: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE, PRINCIPLES AND CODES OF CONDUCT
DEVITHE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CONVERGENCE: IASB STANDARD FOR SMES
DEVITHE MEANING OF THE AUDITOR’S REPORT: UTILISING A READER RESPONSE MODEL
DI DONATOTHE IMPACT OF FAMILY CONTROL ON INVESTORS’ RISK AND PERFORMANCE OF ITALIAN LISTED COMPANIES
DI LERNIAWHAT INSIGHTS DOES GEORG SIMMEL'S THE PHILOSOPHY OF MONEY OFFER TO CONTEMPORARY ACCOUNTING?
DILLARDTHE GREEN OWL AND THE CORN MAIDEN
DIXONTHE PEDIGREE OF ACCOUNTING IN KIRIBATI AND ITS CONSEQUENT PROSPECTS IN THE TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY STAKES
DUMAYNARRATIVE DISCLOSURE OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL: A STRUCTURATIONAL ANALYSIS
DURDENSAILING THROUGH TURBULENCE: STRATEGIC CONTROL OR STRATEGIC NAVIGATION?
DWYERIN WHOSE INTERESTS? AN EXAMINATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL IDEOLOGY REVEALED IN THE AICPA'S STATE CASCADE PROJECT
DYBALLEXPLORING THE ROLE OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN CORPORATE STRATEGIC CHOICE: AUSTRALIAN EVIDENCE
EL-SAYEDMANAGEMENT CONTROL & ERP SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY FROM EGYPT
ELHARIDYTOWARDS A GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK OF AF OUTSOURCING RELATIONSHIPS
ELIJIDO-TENSTAKEHOLDER INFLUENCE STRATEGIES ON ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING: EXPLORING THE MALAYSIAN CONTEXT
EMSLEYHOW MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS’ COGNITIVE STYLE AND ROLE INVOLVEMENT COMBINE TO AFFECT THE LEVEL OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING INNOVATIVENESS
ENGLISHUSING CONTRACTS TO GOVERN HYBRID PPPS: A CASE STUDY OF VICTORIAN PPP PRISONS
EVANSACCOUNTING: AN UN-AUSTRALIAN ACTIVITY?
FAROOQUEOWNERSHIP CONCENTRATION AND PERFORMANCE INTERACTIONS IN BANGLADESH UNDER SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS APPROACH
FRASERAN ATTEMPT AT ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE WITH AN EXPERIMENTAL ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY: AN ABORTED EXCURSION
FROSTENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS, STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT PROCESSES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE IN AUSTRALIAN COMPANIES
GALLHOFERCATHOLIC SOCIAL THOUGHT, CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTING
GEORGAKOPOULOSSALMON FARMING IN SCOTLAND: AN EXPLORATION OF RISK, INSTITUTIONAL REFLEXIVITY, SUB-POLITICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY
GOWRI SHANKARACCOUNTING STUDENT PERCEPTIONS, PREFERENCES AND PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES IN TEAM PROJECTS
GRAY(SOCIAL) ACCOUNTING (RESEARCH)
GROSSIACCOUNTABILITY AND REPORTING: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN ITALIAN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
GUTHRIELEGITIMACY THEORY: A STORY OF REPORTING SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS WITHIN THE AUSTRALIAN FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY
HARDYTHE PROPHET AND THE ACCOUNT: ACCOUNTING FOR THE SACRED IN THE SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH
HAZELTONCATCHING THE G3 WAVE - WOULD INCREASED CORPORATE COMPLIANCE WITH GRI WATER-RELATED INDICATORS IMPROVE AUSTRALIAN WATER SUSTAINABILITY?
HERBOHNPERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT INNOVATIONS IN THE BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG STATE FOREST SERVICE: IMPLEMENTATION AND OUTCOMES
HOLLANDLOOKING BEHIND THE VEIL - INVISIBLE CORPORATE INTANGIBLES, STORIES, STRUCTURE AND THE CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION CONTENT OF DISCLOSURE.
HOLLANDCORPORATE DISCLOSURE, THE LEARNING ORGANISATION, AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EXPECTATIONS
HOOKANATHE IMPLICATIONS OF ACCOUNTING DISCLOSURES WITHIN PUBLIC-SECTOR NETWORKS
HOOPERWOMEN CAN’T MANAGE WITHOUT MEN: REFLECTIONS FROM THE PAST
HOQUENEW ORGANIZATIONAL FORMS IN THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC SECTOR: THE SPECIFIER /PROVIDER MODEL
HUILEGITIMIZING POWER OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION (HSBC) IN HONG KONG, 1865-1876
HUSILLOSTHE DRIVING FORCES BEHIND SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING IN SPAIN: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SPANISH REPORTING ENTITIES
ISLAMMOTIVATIONS FOR ORGANISATIONS WITHIN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES TO REPORT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY INFORMATION: A CASE STUDY FROM BANGLADESH
JACOBSPARLIAMENTARY FINANCIAL OVERSIGHT AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE ANTIPODES
JAMESTHE PERCEPTIONS OF THE SINGAPOREAN MANAGER CLASS REGARDING
JAMESA CRITICAL THEORY BASED INVESTIGATION INTO RACE AND CLASS-BASED DISCRIMINATION EXPERIENCED BY INTERNATIONAL CHINESE GRADUATES AT AUSTRALIAN ACCOUNTING FIRMS
JAMESDEVELOPING GENERIC SKILLS IN DISTANCE LEARNING FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDENTS
JAYASINGHE‘SPIRIT’ OF RELIGION AND PEOPLES’ PERCEPTIONS OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN BUDDHIST AND HINDU RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS: A STORY FROM NON-WESTERN SOCIETIES
JOHANSONOWNERSHIP AND THE RHETORICAL USE OF ACCOUNTS - A LONGITUDINAL CASE STUDY OF ACCOUNTS TO BOARDS OF DIRECTORS IN A SWEDISH PLC
JONESSOURCES OF POWER AND INFRASTRUCTURAL CONDITIONS IN MEDIEVAL GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING
JONESTO WHAT EXTENT ARE STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVED IN THE ASSURANCE OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTS?
JUPE'THE WORST OF ALL WORLDS'?: NEW LABOUR<, NETWORK RAIL AND THE THIRD WAY
K GHANIUSERS’ PERCEPTION OF USEFULNESS AND EASE OF USE OF DIGITAL PRESENTATION FORMATS
KHALIFAEXPLAINING HORIZONTAL SEX STRATIFICATION IN ACCOUNTING FIRMS: AN EXAMINATION OF GENDER STEREOTYPING OF ACCOUNTING SPECIALISMS
KILCULLENDEFINING A NOT FOR PROFIT ENTITY IN AUSTRALIA – ONE SIZE MAY NOT FIT ALL
KIRKHAMBREAKING THE LINK BETWEEN QUALITY AND UNIVERSITY IN THE CREATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT: THE ICAS STORY
KOBERPUBLIC SECTOR FINANCIAL REPORTING ISSUES: PERSPECTIVES FROM USERS AND PREPARERS
KOSMALAIDENTITY REGULATION IN THE CHINESE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE FIRMS: ‘LOCAL ACCOUNTS’ PERSPECTIVE
LANGTONTHE REDUCED ACCOUNTABILITY OF AUSTRALIAN AUDITORS
LAW“PERCEPTIONS OF AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE AFTER ENRON DEBACLE: HONG KONG EVIDENCE”
LAWRENCERISKING PRIVATISATION IN AIR TRANSPORT
LEEPRACTICAL TRAINING AND AUDIT EXPECTATION GAP: THE CASE OF ACCOUNTING UNDERGRADUATES OF UNIVERISITI UTARA MALAYSIA
LEETHE AUDIT EXPECTATION GAP: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN MALAYSIA
LEHMANINTERPRETATIONS: A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE ON ACCOUNTING FOR WAR
LEHMANOBJECTIVITY IN ACCOUNTING
LEHMANRETIREMENT VILLAGES: ACCOUNTABILITY AND CRITICAL FINANCIAL ANALYSIS
LIGHTBODY‘BALANCING’ THE ‘ACCOUNTS’: A ‘DEEP’ EXAMINATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING TURNOVER AMONG WOMEN ACCOUNTANTS
LIYANARACHCHICONCEPTION OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN BUDDHISM: AN EXPLORATORY ESSY
LLEWELLYNTHE POWER OF CORPORATE AGENCY: CLINICIANS, RESOURCES AND COSTING IN JAPAN AND THE UK
LOFTUSTHE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING IN PRODUCT LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS
LOHAN INVESTIGATION INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ETHICAL DEVELOPMENT AND ETHICAL BEHAVIOUR: IS SEX IMPORTANT?
MAJORACTIVITY-BASED COSTING AND LEGITIMACY: AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTVE
MANGIONSOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING, THE PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTACY BODIES AND THE WEB: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
MARGRETCORPORATE SOCIAL REPORTING OF THE FOUR MAJOR BANKS IN AUSTRALIA FROM 2002 TO 2006
MARTINOV-BENNIETHE EFFECT OF CFO BACKGROUND (ALUMNI AND PRIOR AUDIT EXPERIENCE) ON AUDITOR INDEPENDENCE POST-ENRON
MAT ZINMANAGEMENT CONTROL STRUCTURES OF A PROJECT-BASED ORGANIZATION
MATHEWSMEGA-ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING:A PROPOSAL FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
MATSUGIA MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM FOR OPERATIONS: FIELD RESEARCH AND SURVEY STUDY OF THE MICROPROFIT CENTER SYSTEM
MCCOMBIEACCOUNTING EDUCATION IN THE INSTITUTION KNOWN AS THE UNIVERSITY: ALIBIS OF SOCIAL RELEVANCE
MCGOUNSTRANGE BEDFELLOWS
MCGRATHEXTENDING TRADTIONAL REPORTING: A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK TO INTEGRATE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING FOR THE CREDIT UNION SECTOR
MCWATTERSTHE EFFECT OF JIT AND TQM MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES AND NON-FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES ON FIRM PROFITABILITY
MILNEFROM SOOTHING PALLIATIVES AND TOWARDS ECOLOGICAL LITERACY: A CRITIQUE OF THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE
MODELLBUNDLING MANAGEMENT CONTROL INNOVATIONS: A FIELD STUDY OF ORGANISATIONAL EXPERIMENTING WITH TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND THE BALANCED SCORECARD
MOHD SALLEHTHE EFFECT OF ENACTED CAPABILITIES ON ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEMS ENABLEMENT: A STUDY OF SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES
MOLLBUDGETS AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC LEGITIMACY
MOMINMAKING INTERVIEW SENSE: AN EXPERIENCE FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY
MOORECHANGE IN TRUST IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS FOR ORGANISATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY NPM REFORM
MOULANGDOES "STYLE OF USE" OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS IMPACT ON INDIVIDUAL CREATIVITY? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS
MUKOYAMADEVELOPMENT AND BACKGROUND OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING IN JAPAN
MURPHYEXPLORING SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT FOR SUPERANNUATION FUNDS IN AUSTRALIA: A RESEARCH PROPOSAL
MUSTAFASTATE IDEOLOGY, UTOPIAN SOCIETY AND ACCOUNTING
NAPIERTWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING RESEARCH: A SILVER JUBILEE REVIEW
NEWBERRYTHE ROLE OF EPISTEMIC COMMUNITIES IN BRINGING WIDESPREAD ACCOUNTING CHANGE: DEVELOPING GLOBAL ACCOUNTING REFORMS FOR PUBLIC SECTOR ENTITIES
NORTHCOTTACHIEVING ACCOUNTABILITY IN PUBLIC HEALTH:AN ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVE FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY
O'CONNELLTHE CHANGING FACE OF THE US SEC’S ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATIONS (AAERS) INTO FINANCIAL STATEMENT FRAUD IN THE POST-ENRON ENVIRONMENT
O'DWYERTHE PARADOX OF GREATER NGO ACCOUNTABILITY: A CASE STUDY OF AMNESTY IRELAND
O'DWYERSTAKEHOLDER PERSPECTIVES ON A FINANCIAL SECTOR LEGITIMATION PROCESS: THE CASE OF NGOS AND THE EQUATOR PRINCIPLES
O'NEILLACCOUNTING FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY DAMAGE USING GRI PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: MIGHT THE FACTS SUGGEST A FICTION?
OHOGARTAIGHNO LOGOS: BEYOND THE MEANING OF THE TRUE AND FAIR VIEW
PARKERGENDERING STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING PROCESSES
PIETRAS-JENSENCAN AUTO-COMMUNICATION HELP UNDERSTAND EXTERNAL VOLUNTARY NON-FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS?
POULLAOSPROFESSION, RACE AND EMPIRE: KEEPING THE CENTRE PURE, 1921-1927
POWELLGREEN MEANING: A DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF CORPORATE COMMUNICATION
PRESCOTTUSING TALANOA IN PACIFIC BUSINESS RESEARCH
QIANWHAT ARE MOTIVATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING? IMPLICATIONS FROM A STUDY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT WASTE MANAGEMENT
QURESEARCH THE AMERICAN WAY – THE ROLE OF US ELITES IN DISSEMINATING AND LEGITIMIZING CANADIAN ACADEMIC ACCOUNTING RESEARCH
RINALDIDARTBOARDS AND CLOVERS TO ENHANCE MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING FOR THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE THEORY
ROBINSONEVALUATING THE PERFORMANCE OF A PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP USING A TRANSACTION COSTS APPROACH: AN AUSTRALIAN CASE STUDY
ROUSEMEASURING THE PERFORMANCE OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH AN APPLICATION OF DEA TO FINANCIAL AUDITS
ROWECORPORATE ENVIRONEMNTAL REPORTING: AN INFORMAL INSTITUTIONAL CHINESE CULTURAL NORM
RUDKINNORTHERNERS COUNTING BLACK ELEPHANTS: ON SAFARI WITH LIVE 8 AND G8
SALIYATHE ROLE OF BANK LENDING IN SUSTAINING INCOME/WEALTH INEQUALITY IN SRI LANKA
SAMKINTRADER SAILOR SPY
SAMKINREVIEWING THE CHANGING THE FACE OF FINANCIAL REPORTING IN NEW ZEALAND. THE CASE OF A PUBLIC BENEFIT ENTITY
SARAVANAMUTHUACCOUNTING AS VEHICLE TO SOCIALISE THE RISK OF GLOBAL WARMING: A DIALECTICAL THEORISATION OF THE SUSTAINABILITY DISCOURSE
SCHNEIDERINTELLECTUAL CAPITAL REPORTING BY THE NEW ZEALAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR
SEALPLAUSIBLE CAPITALISM AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: A NARRATIVE INTERPRETATION OF THE INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS FRAMEWORK
SHARMANEW PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT:A FIELD STUDY OF EMERGENCE OF NEW ORGANIZATIONAL REALITY
SIKKACORPORATE GOVERNANCE: WHAT ABOUT THE WORKERS?
SIRAJACCOUNTING IN RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS: EXAMINING THE INTERNAL CONTROL PROCEDURES IN MOSQUES OF MALAYSIA
SMITH"BREAKING UP THE SKY": THE CHARACTERIZATION OF ACCOUNTANTS AND ACCOUNTING IN POPULAR MUSIC
SODERSTROMENVIRONMENTAL DISCLOSURE WITHIN LEGAL AND ACCOUNTING CONTEXTS: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
STAFFORDACCOUNTING FOR THE USE OF PRIVATE FINANCE IN ROADS: EXPERIENCES IN THE UK AND SPAIN
STEENKAMPIMPORTANCE OF CODING PICTURES IN ICR CONTENT ANALYSES
STEWARTTHE GEOGRAPHY AND IDEOLOGY OF ACCOUNTING: A CASE STUDY OF ACCOUNTING IN A SUGAR REFINERY IN AUSTRALASIA, 1900 -1920.
STEWART-JACKSREALISING VEDIC PHILOSOPHY: THE POTENTIAL OF COMMUNITARIAN ECONOMICS AND ACCOUNTING
STRINGERHOW PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SUPPORTS THE HIERARCHY
STRINGERVALUE BASED MANAGEMENT: PRESCRIPTIONS VERSUS PRACTICES
THOMPSONGOVERNING THE TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT? EVALUATING THE ROLE OF INDICATORS – EVIDENCE FROM THE SCOTTISH EXPERIENCE
TILTCORPORATE SOCIAL DISCLOSURE BY WESTPAC BANKING CORPORATION: A STUDY OF SOCIAL IMPACT REPORTS (2002 – 2004)
TORRESIS E-GOVERNMENT LEADING GLOBAL CONVERGENCE TOWARDS ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNMENTS?
TORRESACCRUAL ACCOUNTING IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR: WHY THIS SUCCESSFUL TRAJECTORY?
TREGIDGATHE ROLE OF DISCOURSE IN BRIDGING THE TEXT AND CONTEXT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REPORTING
UDDINRATIONALITY, TRADITIONALISM AND THE STATE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE MECHANISMS: ILLUSTRATIONS FROM A LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRY
UNERMANUK PREPARERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL REPORTING MEDIA
VAN DER LAANEXPOSING ORGANISATIONAL RHETORIC: THE CASE OF JAMES HARDIE
VAN DER STEENTHE EVOLUTION OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING ROUTINES
VAN HELDENHOW PRACTICALLY ORIENTED IS PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING RESEARCH?
VAN STADENDO GOOD CORPORATE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMERS DISCLOSE MORE OR LESS ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION THAN BAD PERFORMERS?
VIEIRAPOWER, DISCOURSES AND ACCOUNTING CHANGE
WAHYUDIA POLITICAL DISPLAY AND SYMBOLIC REASONING OF BUDGETING AND ACCOUNTING – A CASE OF AN INDONESIAN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
WANGACCOUNTING STANDARDS AND INFORMATION QUALITY
WATTSCONTRIBUTIONS TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY IN COLONIAL NEW SOUTH WALES
WATTSDOUBLE VISION: THE THEORY OF MUTUAL CAUSALITY AND THE STRATEGIC BALANCED SCORECARD
WHITINGDEINSTITUTIONALIZATION OF GENDER-BIASED EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES IN NEW ZEALAND’S ACCOUNTANCY WORKPLACES
WILLIAMSMAKING IMAGINARY WORLDS REAL: THE CASE OF SFAS 123R
WILLIAMSTOWARDS A MORE ETHICAL STANDARD-SETTING PROCESS
WILMSHURSTENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTING - WHY BOTHER?
WONGKAEWMANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING CHANGE: A FIELD STUDY OF BALANCED SCORECARD TRANSLATION IN THE THAI FINANCIAL SERVICES ORGANISATION
WOODSMODELLING THE INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS SETTING PROCESS FOR FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
WOODSA CONTINGENCY THEORY PERSPECTIVE ON THE RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITHIN BIRMINGHAM CITY COUNCIL
YAPATHE RE-EMERGENCE OF ACCOUNTING PROFESSION IN CAMBODIA
YATIM-WULFFCORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A RISK MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE BY MALAYSIAN LISTED FIRMS
YONGTAX COMPLIANCE OF SMALL BUSINESSES: A PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION
ZARLOWSKINEW INSTITUTIONALISM AND ACCOUNTING CHANGE: WHY IDEALS, DISCOURSES AND TECHNIQUES ARE NOT ENOUGH
ZULKIFLIREACHING SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOUNTABILITY IN MALAYSIA