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Nelson, J. S. 1993. Account and acknowledge, or represent and control? On post-modern politics and economics of collective responsibility. Accounting, Organizations and Society 18(2-3): 207-229.

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Neu, D. 1991. Trust, contracting and prospectus process. Accounting, Organizations and Society 16(3): 243-256.

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Pallot, J. 1991. The legitimate concern with fairness: A comment. Accounting Organizations and Society 16(2): 201-208. (Summary).

Panozzo, F. 1997. The making of the good academic accountant. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(5): 447-480.

Parke, R. and J. L. Peterson. 1981. Indicators of social change: Developments in the United States of America. Accounting, Organizations and Society 6(3): 235-246.

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Parker, L. D. 2014. Corporate social accountability through action: Contemporary insights from British industrial pioneers. Accounting, Organizations and Society 39(8): 632-659.

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Parker, R. J. and L. Kyj. 2006. Vertical information sharing in the budgeting process. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 31(1): 27-45.

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Patten, D. M. 2005. The accuracy of financial report projections of future environmental capital expenditures: A research note. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 30(5): 457-468.

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Pentland, B. T. and P. Carlile. 1996. Audit the taxpayer, not the return: Tax auditing as an expression game. Accounting, Organizations and Society 21(2-3): 269-287.

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