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Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal

2007 - 2016

Current editor(s): James Guthrie and Lee Parker

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Volume 29, issue 6, 2016

Escaping Accountability: A Case of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policy pp. null-null Downloads
Ken McPhail, Robert Ochoki Nyamori, Savitri Taylor and LeeD. Parker

Volume 29, issue 5, 2016

Internal audit quality: a polysemous notion? pp. 714-738 Downloads
Melanie Roussy and Marion Brivot
The liberal contest for double-entry bookkeeping in British Government pp. 739-766 Downloads
Ian Mann, Warwick Funnell and Robert Jupe
On the shoulders of giants: undertaking a structured literature review in accounting pp. 767-801 Downloads
Maurizio Massaro, John Dumay and James Guthrie
The legitimising processes of a new regulator pp. 802-827 Downloads
Tracy Artiach, Helen Irvine, Janet Mack and Christine Ryan
Issues affecting decisions on mandatory adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in Japan pp. 828-860 Downloads
Noriyuki Tsunogaya
Role of management accounting in applying new institutional logics pp. 861-886 Downloads
Janne T. Järvinen
Adoption of sustainable development reporting by universities pp. 887-918 Downloads
Stéphanie Chatelain-Ponroy and Sophie Morin-Delerm

Volume 29, issue 4, 2016

The past, the present and the future of accounting for human rights pp. 526-541 Downloads
Ken McPhail and John Ferguson
The corporate responsibility to respect human rights: a status review pp. 542-567 Downloads
Claire Methven O'Brien and Sumithra Dhanarajan
Human rights, accounting, and the dialectic of equality and inequality pp. 568-593 Downloads
Yingru Li and John McKernan
Should the international accounting standards board have responsibility for human rights? pp. 594-616 Downloads
Ken McPhail, Kate Macdonald and John Ferguson
Rana Plaza collapse aftermath: are CSR compliance and auditing pressures effective? pp. 617-649 Downloads
Noemi Sinkovics, Samia Ferdous Hoque and Rudolf R. Sinkovics
Corporate respect for human rights: meaning, scope, and the shifting order of discourse pp. 650-678 Downloads
Ken McPhail and Carol A Adams
Human rights disasters, corporate accountability and the state pp. 679-704 Downloads
Javed Siddiqui and Shahzad Uddin
Business & human rights: a commentary from the inside pp. 705-711 Downloads
Michael Posner

Volume 29, issue 3, 2016

Comparing the research-practice gap in management accounting pp. 362-400 Downloads
Basil P. Tucker and Stefan Schaltegger
The field of accounting pp. 401-427 Downloads
Prem W. Senarath Yapa, Kerry Jacobs and Bopta Chan Huot
The role of management accounting and control in making professional organizations horizontal pp. 428-451 Downloads
Gustaf Kastberg and Sven Siverbo
Community disclosures in a developing country: insights from a neo-pluralist perspective pp. 452-482 Downloads
Teerooven Soobaroyen and Jyoti Devi Mahadeo
So, who really is a “noted author” within the accounting literature? A reflection on Benson pp. 483-490 Downloads
Craig Deegan
Public sector budgeting: a European review of accounting and public management journals pp. 491-519 Downloads
Eugenio Anessi-Pessina, Carmela Barbera, Mariafrancesca Sicilia and Ileana Steccolini

Volume 29, issue 2, 2016

Implementing IFRSs in the UK devolved administrations pp. 198-225 Downloads
Anthony Wall and Ciaran Connolly
Context, not predictions: a field study of financial analysts pp. 226-247 Downloads
Shahed Imam and Crawford Spence
Accounting in new public management (NPM) and shifting organizational boundaries pp. 248-277 Downloads
Nikos Kartalis, Mathew Tsamenyi and Kelum Jayasinghe
Corporate response to climate change: language, power and symbolic construction pp. 278-304 Downloads
John Ferguson, Thereza Raquel Sales de Aguiar and Anne Fearfull
Cutting the Gordian knot [?]: a response to Lukka and Vinnari (2014) pp. 305-316 Downloads
Alan D. Lowe, Ivo De Loo and Yesh Nama
Domain theory and method theory revisited: a reply to Lowe, De Loo and Nama pp. 317-322 Downloads
Kari Lukka and Eija Vinnari
The main topics of research on disclosures of intangible assets: a critical review pp. 323-356 Downloads
Francisca Castilla-Polo and Dolores Gallardo-Vázquez

Volume 29, issue 1, 2016

Whither the accounting profession, accountants and accounting researchers? Commentary and projections pp. 2-10 Downloads
James Guthrie and Lee D. Parker
Disciplinary practices in the French auditing profession pp. 11-42 Downloads
Cédric Lesage, Geraldine Hottegindre and Charles Richard Baker
Immigration and neoliberalism: three cases and counter accounts pp. 43-79 Downloads
Cheryl Lehman, Marcia Annisette and Gloria Agyemang
Potential users’ perceptions of general purpose water accounting reports pp. 80-110 Downloads
Edward Tello, James Hazelton and Lorne Cummings
Social responsibility, professional commitment and tax fraud pp. 111-134 Downloads
William E. Shafer, Richard S. Simmons and Rita W. Y. Yip
Accountability processes in boardrooms pp. 135-164 Downloads
Niamh M. Brennan, Collette E. Kirwan and John Redmond
Gender on board: deconstructing the “legitimate” female director pp. 165-190 Downloads
Marie-Soleil Tremblay, Yves Gendron and Bertrand Malsch

Volume 28, issue 8, 2015

Scoping an agenda for future research into the professions pp. 1198-1216 Downloads
Chris Carter, Crawford Spence and Daniel Muzio
Professional service firms, globalisation and the new imperialism pp. 1217-1233 Downloads
Mehdi Boussebaa
Blurred roles and elusive boundaries pp. 1234-1262 Downloads
Mouna Hazgui and Yves Gendron
The dark side of professions: the big four and tax avoidance pp. 1263-1290 Downloads
Susan Addison and Frank Mueller
How hybrid managers act as “canny customers” to accelerate policy reform pp. 1291-1309 Downloads
Graeme Currie, Penelope Tuck and Kevin Morrell
Illusio and overwork: playing the game in the accounting field pp. 1310-1340 Downloads
Ioana Lupu and Laura Empson
Beyond segments in movement: a “small” agenda for research in the professions pp. 1341-1372 Downloads
Carlos Ramirez, Lindsay Stringfellow and Mairi Maclean
Industry analysts – how to conceptualise the distinctive new forms of IT market expertise? pp. 1373-1399 Downloads
Neil Pollock and Robin Williams
Annexing new audit spaces: challenges and adaptations pp. 1400-1430 Downloads
Paul Andon, Clinton Free and Brendan O'Dwyer

Volume 28, issue 7, 2015

Management control systems and research management in universities pp. 1018-1046 Downloads
Gloria Agyemang and Jane Broadbent
Does stakeholder pressure influence corporate GHG emissions reporting? Empirical evidence from Europe pp. 1047-1074 Downloads
Andrea Liesen, Andreas G. Hoepner, Dennis M. Patten and Frank Figge
Legitimacy, accountability and impression management in NGOs: the Indian Ocean tsunami pp. 1075-1098 Downloads
Susan Lee Conway, Patricia Ann O'Keefe and Sue Louise Hrasky
Sustainability reporting and the theory of planned behaviour pp. 1099-1137 Downloads
Prabanga Thoradeniya, Janet Lee, Rebecca Tan and Aldónio Ferreira
Theoretical triangulation and pluralism in accounting research: a critical realist critique pp. 1138-1150 Downloads
Sven Modell
A response to “theoretical triangulation and pluralism in accounting research: a critical realist critique” pp. 1151-1159 Downloads
Zahirul Hoque, Mark A Covaleski and Tharusha N Gooneratne
The rise and fall of stand-alone social reporting in a multinational subsidiary in Bangladesh pp. 1160-1192 Downloads
Ataur Belal and David L Owen

Volume 28, issue 6, 2015

Public sector accounting, accountability and austerity: more than balancing the books? pp. 878-908 Downloads
Enrico Bracci, Christopher Humphrey, Jodie Moll and Ileana Steccolini
Newcastle City Council and the grassroots: accountability and budgeting under austerity pp. 909-933 Downloads
Thomas Ahrens and Laurence Ferry
Constraining and facilitating management control in times of austerity pp. 934-965 Downloads
Berend van der Kolk, Henk J. ter Bogt and Paula M.G. van Veen-Dirks
Accounting for austerity: the Troika in the Eurozone pp. 966-992 Downloads
Sandra Cohen, María-Dolores Guillamón, Irvine Lapsley and Geraldine Robbins
Will “austerity” be a critical juncture in European public sector financial reporting? pp. 993-1015 Downloads
David Heald and Ron Hodges

Volume 28, issue 5, 2015

Accounting, accountants and accountability regimes in pluralistic societies pp. 626-650 Downloads
Judy Brown, Jesse Dillard and Trevor Hopper
“Good” news from nowhere: imagining utopian sustainable accounting pp. 651-670 Downloads
Jill Atkins, Barry Colin Atkins, Ian Thomson and Warren Maroun
Seeds of hope? Exploring business actors’ diverse understandings of sustainable development pp. 671-705 Downloads
Christine Byrch, Markus J. Milne, Richard Morgan and Kate Kearins
Indonesian public sector accounting reforms: dialogic aspirations a step too far? pp. 706-738 Downloads
Harun Harun, Karen Van-Peursem and Ian R.C Eggleton
Participatory budgeting at a community level in Porto Alegre: a Bourdieusian interpretation pp. 739-772 Downloads
Laure Célérier and Luis Emilio Cuenca Botey
Activism, arenas and accounts in conflicts over tobacco control pp. 809-845 Downloads
Ian Thomson, Colin Dey and Shona Russell
Accounting as differentiated universal for emancipatory praxis pp. 846-874 Downloads
Sonja Gallhofer, Jim Haslam and Akira Yonekura

Volume 28, issue 4, 2015

Audit committees: practices, practitioners and praxis of governance pp. 466-493 Downloads
Niamh M. Brennan and Collette E. Kirwan
New insights into underreporting of time: the audit partner context pp. 494-514 Downloads
Itsaso Barrainkua and Marcela Espinosa-Pike
Mandatory corporate social responsibility assurance practices pp. 515-550 Downloads
Barry Ackers and Neil Stuart Eccles
Governance and control in networks: a case study of the Universal Postal Union pp. 551-580 Downloads
Eksa Kilfoyle and Alan J. Richardson
Charity ethical investments in Norway and the UK pp. 581-617 Downloads
Niklas Kreander, Ken McPhail and Vivien Beattie

Volume 28, issue 3, 2015

Creating numbers: carbon and capital investment pp. 302-324 Downloads
Gillian Maree Vesty, Abby Telgenkamp and Philip J Roscoe
Management by objectives and corporate social responsibility disclosure pp. 325-364 Downloads
Chiara Mio, Andrea Venturelli and Rossella Leopizzi
Lobbying on the integrated reporting framework pp. 365-402 Downloads
Marek Reuter and Martin Messner
Greenhouse gas reporting quality in the oil and gas industry pp. 403-433 Downloads
Breeda Comyns and Frank Figge
War or the business of God pp. 434-459 Downloads
Juan Banos Sanchez-Matamoros and Warwick Funnell

Volume 28, issue 2, 2015

Creating shared service centres for public sector accounting pp. 158-179 Downloads
Ringa Raudla and Kaide Tammel
Lost in translation pp. 180-209 Downloads
Sharron O'Neill, Geoff McDonald and Craig Michael Deegan
A project for Romania? The role of the civil society’s counter-accounts in facilitating democratic change in society pp. 210-241 Downloads
Oana Mihaela Apostol
Human depreciation accounting and the emergence of industrial pensions pp. 242-262 Downloads
Darlene Himick
Pragmatism and new directions in social and environmental accountability research pp. 263-294 Downloads
Max Baker and Stefan Schaltegger

Volume 28, issue 1, 2015

Academic performance, publishing and peer review: peering into the twilight zone pp. 2-13 Downloads
James Guthrie, Lee D Parker and John Dumay
CSR disclosure: the more things change…? pp. 14-35 Downloads
Charles H. Cho, Giovanna Michelon, Dennis M. Patten and Robin W. Roberts
The co-construction of NGO accountability pp. 36-68 Downloads
Brendan O'Dwyer and Roel Boomsma
(Dis)engaging with sustainability: evidence from an Australian business faculty pp. 69-101 Downloads
Maria Cadiz Dyball, Andy F. Wang and Sue Wright
Institutional contradictions at and around the annual general meeting pp. 102-127 Downloads
Gustav Johed and Bino Catasús
From community to public ownership: a tale of changing accountabilities pp. 128-153 Downloads
Carolyn J. Fowler and Carolyn J. Cordery
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