Avoiding self-deception in the study of academic accounting: A commentary about and beyond Endenich and Trapp’s article
Timothy J. Fogarty
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTING, 2018, vol. 51, issue C, 52-55
The differences shown in the Endenich and Trapp article help us formalize the cartography of publishing opportunities in accounting. In this commentary, I offer some ways that the paper could have offered more insight. I also propose a broader agenda for the sociological study of the social organization of academic accounting. For this purpose, elements of elite reproduction, the rhetoric of quality and the politics of journal production are proposed as core elements.
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