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Prof Zahirul Hoque La Trobe Business School Inscriptions and Boundary Objects as Network Controls in Purchaser-Provider Relationships

Prof Charl De Villiers

University of Auckland

Social Capital: A Review of the Accounting Literature, Insights, Gaps and an Agenda for Future Research

Prof Ed Arrington

University of Wollongong

Hermeneutical Tensions in Critical Accounting Research: The Play of Affirmation and Doubt

Prof Lynn Hodgkinson

Bangor Business School

‘Plain English’ and say-on-pay: regulatory requirements v’s potential behavioural consequences.

Prof Cheryl McWatters

Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa

Making the Case for Investment in Mental Health: Scientific Administration of the Canadian Psychiatric Hospital

Prof Pru Marriott

University of Winchester

The Road to Publishing

Prof Pru Marriott

University of Winchester

'Say what you see': Can visual metaphor enhance personal development planning in the UK undergraduate accounting curriculum: a case study?

Prof Jeffrey Unerman

Royal Holloway University of London

Defining Value and Capital: The economic turn in Integrated Reporting disclosures