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CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTING

2008 - 2019

Current editor(s): Marcia Annisette, Christine Cooper and Yves Gendron

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Volume 59, issue C, 2019

Identity constructions in the annual reports of international development NGOs: Preserving institutional interests? pp. 1-31 Downloads
Alpa Dhanani
Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief: Accounting and the stigma of poverty pp. 32-51 Downloads
Cameron Graham and Claudine Grisard
Religion-based resistance strategies, politics of authenticity and professional women accountants pp. 52-69 Downloads
Rania Kamla
Ideological hegemony and consent to IFRS: Insights from practitioners in Greece pp. 70-93 Downloads
Elisavet Mantzari and Omiros Georgiou

Volume 58, issue C, 2019

‘Paying taxes is losing money’: A qualitative study on institutional logics in the tax consultancy field in Romania pp. 1-23 Downloads
Oana Apostol and Alina Pop
Why does research in finance have so little impact? pp. 24-52 Downloads
Chris Brooks, Evelyn Fenton, Lisa Schopohl and James Walker
Enabling global accounting change: Epistemic communities and the creation of a ‘more business-like’ public sector pp. 53-76 Downloads
Mark Christensen, Susan Newberry and Bradley N. Potter
The perceived efficacy of public-private partnerships: A study from Canada pp. 77-99 Downloads
Michael Opara and Paul Rouse

Volume 57, issue C, 2018

The manufacture of the academic accountant pp. 1-20 Downloads
Kenneth A. Fox
The role of government accounting and taxation in the institutionalization of slavery in Brazil pp. 21-38 Downloads
Lúcia Lima Rodrigues and Russell Craig
After Habermas: Applying Axel Honneth’s critical theory in accounting research pp. 39-55 Downloads
Dale Tweedie
Don’t worry, we are not after you! Anancy culture and tax enforcement in Jamaica pp. 56-69 Downloads
Carlene Beth Wynter and Lynne Oats

Volume 56, issue C, 2018

Accounting and raison d’État in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany: Reopening the University of Pisa (1543–1609) pp. 1-19 Downloads
Michele Bigoni, Warwick Funnell, Roberto Verona and Enrico Deidda Gagliardo
The odyssey of becoming: Professional identity and insecurity in the Canadian accounting field pp. 20-45 Downloads
Ken H. Guo
Enabling accountability: An analysis of personal budgets for disabled people pp. 46-62 Downloads
Jaromir Junne
Accounting for crime in the US: Race, class and the spectacle of fear pp. 63-75 Downloads
Cheryl R. Lehman, Theresa Hammond and Gloria Agyemang

Volume 55, issue C, 2018

Beyond conventional boundaries: Corporate governance as inspiration for critical accounting research pp. 1-11 Downloads
Yves Gendron
Budget making: The theatrical presentation of accounting discourse pp. 12-32 Downloads
Lawrence T. Corrigan
Corporate governance, critical junctures and ethnic politics: Ownership and boards in Malaysia pp. 33-52 Downloads
Mohamad-Yusof, Nor Zalina, Danture Wickramasinghe and Mahbub Zaman
Managing only with transparency: The strategic functions of ignorance pp. 53-60 Downloads
John Roberts

Volume 54, issue C, 2018

Gifting, exchange and reciprocity in Thai annual reports: Towards a Buddhist relational theory of Thai accounting practice pp. 1-26 Downloads
Philip Constable and Nooch Kuasirikun
Accounting for voluntary hospices in England: A business model perspective pp. 27-40 Downloads
Colin Haslam, Nick Tsitsianis, Grigorios Theodosopoulos and Edward Lee
Financialisation as a strategic action field: An historically informed field study of governance reforms in Chinese state-owned enterprises pp. 41-59 Downloads
Sven Modell and ChunLei Yang
The sociology of translation and accounting inscriptions: Reflections on Latour and Accounting Research pp. 60-75 Downloads
Keith Robson and Chiara Bottausci

Volume 53, issue C, 2018

Taking Goffman seriously: Developing Strategy-as-Practice pp. 16-30 Downloads
Frank Mueller
Garfinkel on strategy: Using ethnomethodology to make sense of “rubbish strategy” pp. 31-42 Downloads
Daniel Neyland and Andrea Whittle
Making sense of the war in Afghanistan pp. 43-56 Downloads
Andrew D. Brown
Foucault, governmentality, strategy: From the ear of the sovereign to the multitude pp. 57-68 Downloads
Alan McKinlay and Eric Pezet
Deleuze and the deterritorialization of strategy pp. 69-78 Downloads
Iain Munro and Torkild Thanem
Fantasies of strategy: Žižek, discourse and enjoyment pp. 79-88 Downloads
Nick Butler

Volume 52, issue C, 2018

Resisting financialisation with Deleuze and Guattari: The case of Occupy Wall Street pp. 4-16 Downloads
Charles Barthold, Stephen Dunne and David Harvie
Heidegger and modern finance pp. 17-34 Downloads
Charalampos Fytros
Gekko and black swans: Finance theory in UK undergraduate curricula pp. 35-47 Downloads
Geeta Lakshmi
Risk bearing capacity and the bearers of responsibility pp. 48-56 Downloads
Peter Pelzer
Pataphysics of finance: An essay of visual epistemology pp. 57-68 Downloads
Christophe Schinckus
Value without valuation? An example of the cocos market pp. 69-78 Downloads
Ekaterina Svetlova

Volume 51, issue C, 2018

Signaling effects of scholarly profiles – The editorial teams of North American accounting association journals pp. 4-23 Downloads
Christoph Endenich and Rouven Trapp
Drivers of citations: An analysis of publications in “top” accounting journals pp. 24-46 Downloads
Matthias Meyer, Rüdiger W. Waldkirch, Irina Duscher and Alexander Just
Interpretive methodological expertise and editorial board composition pp. 47-51 Downloads
Christopher S. Chapman
Avoiding self-deception in the study of academic accounting: A commentary about and beyond Endenich and Trapp’s article pp. 52-55 Downloads
Timothy J. Fogarty
Commentary on Endenich and Trapp’s article: Openness and signaling in accounting research pp. 56-61 Downloads
Dana R. Hermanson
Do journals signal or reflect? An alternative perspective on editorial board composition pp. 62-69 Downloads
Steven J. Kachelmeier
We can do so much better: Reflections on reading “Signaling Effects of Scholarly Profiles—The Editorial Teams of North American Accounting Association Journals” pp. 70-77 Downloads
Robin W. Roberts
Signaling effects of scholarly profiles–the editorial teams of North American accounting association journals: A personal perspective pp. 78-83 Downloads
Steven E. Salterio
Rejoinder: Toward an overarching signaling framework – The editorial teams of North American accounting association journals pp. 84-86 Downloads
Christoph Endenich and Rouven Trapp

Volume 50, issue C, 2018

On the elusive nature of critical (accounting) research pp. 1-12 Downloads
Yves Gendron
Accounting and structural reforms: A case study of Egyptian electricity pp. 15-35 Downloads
Chandana Alawattage and Loai Ali Alsaid
Towards constructing the governable worker in nineteenth-century Britain pp. 36-55 Downloads
John Richard Edwards
Suspicion of money laundering reporting obligations: Auditor compliance, or sceptical failure to engage? pp. 56-66 Downloads
Simon D. Norton

Volume 49, issue C, 2017

‘A Very Costly Industry’: The cost of Britain’s privatised railway pp. 1-17 Downloads
S. McCartney and J. Stittle
Internal control and accommodation in Chinese organisations pp. 18-30 Downloads
Wang, Jenny (Jing) and Keith Hooper
Explanations for corporate governance non-compliance: A rhetorical analysis pp. 31-56 Downloads
Philip J. Shrives and Niamh Brennan
Accounting and social conflict: Profit and regulated working time in the British Industrial Revolution pp. 57-75 Downloads
Steven Toms and Alice Shepherd
Jumping on the wrong bus: Reflections on a long, strange journey pp. 76-85 Downloads
Paul F. Williams
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