Not at our table: Stakeholder exclusion and ant/agonistic engagements
Helen Tregidga and
Markus J. Milne
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ACCOUNTING, 2022, vol. 85, issue C
This paper responds to calls for a pluralist approach to accounting and accountability research. It contributes to an emerging literature on stakeholder engagement that seeks to problematise extant practice and enquiry. Based on an environmental dispute over coal mining, it analyses stakeholder engagement through the lens of agonistic democracy. We develop a framework to illustrate and analyse how democracy in action occurs within the mining dispute.
Keywords: Agonistic democracy; Multi-stakeholder engagements; Mining disputes; Accounting and accountability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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