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CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTING

2008 - 2020

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2020, volume 69, issue C

Executive remuneration and the limits of disclosure as an instrument of corporate governance Downloads
Charles Harvey, Mairi Maclean and Michael Price
The discursive legitimation of profit in public-private service delivery Downloads
Peeter Peda and Eija Vinnari
Competing logics in university accounting education in post-revolutionary Russia Downloads
Alena Golyagina
Toward dialogic accounting? Public accountants’ assistance to works councils − A tool between hope and illusion Downloads
Christophe Godowski, Emmanuelle Nègre and Marie-Anne Verdier

2020, volume 67-68

The public interest, the common good: A radical profession? Downloads
Richard Spencer
Banking for the common good: A Lonerganian perspective Downloads
Joan Ballantine, Martin Kelly and Patricia Larres
Protecting the public interest? Continuing professional development policies and role-profession conflict in accountancy Downloads
Catriona Paisey and Nicholas J. Paisey
Hurricane Katrina: Exploring justice and fairness as a sociology of common good(s) Downloads
Stephanie Perkiss and Lee Moerman
Beyond accountants as technocrats: A common good perspective Downloads
Sandrine Frémeaux, François-Régis Puyou and Grant Michelson
The emergence of benefit corporations: A cautionary tale Downloads
Lisa Baudot, Jesse Dillard and Nadra Pencle
Using accountability to shape the common good Downloads
Caterina Pesci, Ericka Costa and Michele Andreaus
Transparency and accountability for the global good? The UK’s implementation of EU law requiring country-by-country reporting of payments to governments by extractives Downloads
Eleni Chatzivgeri, Lynsie Chew, Louise Crawford, Martyn Gordon and Jim Haslam

2020, volume 66, issue C

Fossil fuel reserves and resources reporting and unburnable carbon: Investigating conflicting accounts Downloads
Jan Bebbington, Thomas Schneider, Lorna Stevenson and Alison Fox
Playing the Big Four recruitment game: The tension between illusio and reflexivity Downloads
Laurence Daoust
Accounting as a dichotomised discipline: An analysis of the source materials used in the construction of accounting articles Downloads
Simon Hussain, Lana Yan Jun Liu and Anthony D. Miller
Accounting for the ‘deviant’ in 19th century Italian prisons Downloads
Michele Bigoni, Valerio Antonelli, Emanuela Mattia Cafaro, Raffaele D'Alessio and Warwick Funnell

2019, volume 65, issue C

Varieties of neo-colonialism: Government accounting reforms in Anglophone and Francophone Africa – Benin and Ghana compared Downloads
Philippe J.C. Lassou, Trevor Hopper, Mathew Tsamenyi and Victor Murinde
Governing and disciplining Filipino migrant workers’ health at Hawaiian sugar plantations Downloads
Maria Cadiz Dyball and Jim Rooney
Faithful representation as an ‘objective mirage’: A Saussurean analysis of accounting and its participation in the financial crisis Downloads
John Roberts and Timothy Wang
Reflecting on now more than ever: Feminism in accounting Downloads
Cheryl R. Lehman

2019, volume 64, issue C

‘You know it when you see it’: In search of ‘the ideal’ research culture in university accounting faculties Downloads
Basil P. Tucker and Carol A. Tilt
The problematics of accountability: Internal responses to external pressures in exposed organisations Downloads
Sofia Yasmin and Chaudhry Ghafran
An Overture for Organisational Transformation with accounting and music Downloads
Helen Oakes and Steve Oakes
“It’s not often we get a visit from a beautiful woman!” The body in client-auditor interactions and the masculinity of accountancy Downloads
Nathalie Bitbol-Saba and Claire Dambrin

2019, volume 63, issue C

Some reflections on the construct of emancipatory accounting: Shifting meaning and the possibilities of a new pragmatism Downloads
Sonja Gallhofer and Jim Haslam
Debunking the myth of shareholder ownership of companies: Some implications for corporate governance and financial reporting Downloads
Prem Sikka and John Stittle
Islamic accounting, neo-imperialism and identity staging: The Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Financial Institutions Downloads
Rania Kamla and Faizul Haque
Exploring the emancipatory dimensions of globalisation: The struggle over IFRS8 and country-by-country reporting Downloads
Louise Crawford
Inequality, Inc Downloads
Jeroen Veldman
The impact of corporate governance on compounding inequality: Maximising shareholder value and inflating executive pay Downloads
Thomas Clarke, Walter Jarvis and Soheyla Gholamshahi

2019, volume 62, issue C

IFRS and institutional work in the accounting domain pp. 1-15 Downloads
Dina Aburous
Critical dialogical accountability: From accounting-based accountability to accountability-based accounting pp. 16-38 Downloads
Jesse Dillard and Eija Vinnari
Strategies of visibility in contemporary surveillance settings: Insights from misconduct concealment in financial markets pp. 39-58 Downloads
Aziza Laguecir and Bernard Leca
Accounting for power and resistance: The University of Ferrara under the Fascist regime in Italy pp. 59-76 Downloads
Luca Papi, Michele Bigoni, Enrico Deidda Gagliardo and Warwick Funnell

2019, volume 61, issue C

Accounting and psychiatric power in Italy: The royal insane hospital of Turin in the 19th century pp. 1-21 Downloads
Warwick Funnell, Valerio Antonelli and Raffaele D'Alessio
Accounting and pseudo spirituality in Islamic financial institutions pp. 22-37 Downloads
Nunung Nurul Hidayah, Alan Lowe and Margaret Woods
Twitter and social accountability: Reactions to the Panama Papers pp. 38-53 Downloads
Dean Neu, Greg Saxton, Abu Rahaman and Jeffery Everett
Managing stakeholder perceptions: Organized hypocrisy in CSR disclosures on Facebook pp. 54-76 Downloads
Chaoyuan She and Giovanna Michelon

2019, volume 60, issue C

Few are called, fewer are chosen: Elite reproduction in U.S. academic accounting pp. 1-17 Downloads
Timothy J. Fogarty and Aleksandra Zimmerman
Accounting signifiers, political discourse, popular resistance and legal identity during Pakistan Steel Mills attempted privatization pp. 18-43 Downloads
Muhammad Junaid Ashraf, Faiza Muhammad and Trevor Hopper
Justifying the logic of regulatory post-crisis decision-making – The case of the French structural banking reform pp. 44-64 Downloads
Margit Munzer
Money laundering through the strategic management of accounting transactions pp. 65-85 Downloads
Diego Ravenda, Maika M. Valencia-Silva, Josep M. Argiles-Bosch and Josep García-Blandón

2019, volume 59, issue C

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

2019, volume 58, issue C

‘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
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