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Accounting, Organizations and Society 2017

Volume 56 - Volume 63

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Abernethy, M. A., J. Bouwens and P. Kroos. 2017 Organization identity and earnings manipulation. Accounting, Organizations and Society (58): 1-14.

Abraham, S. and M. Bamber. 2017. The Q&A: Under surveillance. Accounting, Organizations and Society (58): 15-31.

Alawattage, C. and S. Fernando. 2017. Postcoloniality in corporate social and environmental accountability. Accounting, Organizations and Society (60): 1-20.

Annisette, M. 2017. Discourse of the professions: The making, normalizing and taming of Ontario's "foreign-trained accountant". Accounting, Organizations and Society (60): 37-61.

Arena, M., M. Arnaboldi and T. Palermo. 2017. The dynamics of (dis)integrated management: A comparative field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society (62): 65-81.

Barker, R. and S. Schulte. 2017. Representing the market perspective: Fair value measurement for non-financial assets. Accounting, Organizations and Society (56): 55-67.

Barth, M. E., S. F. Cahan, L. Chen and E. R. Venter. 2017. The economic consequences associated with integrated report quality: Capital market and real effects. Accounting, Organizations and Society (62): 43-64.

Botzem, S. and L. Dobusch. 2017. Financialization as strategy: Accounting for inter-organizational value creation in the European real estate industry. Accounting, Organizations and Society (59): 31-43.

Bromley, P. and A. Sharkey. 2017. Casting call: The expanding nature of actorhood in U.S. firms, 1960-2010. Accounting, Organizations and Society (59): 3-20.

Brown, J. and H. Tregidga. 2017. Re-politicizing social and environmental accounting through Ranciere: On the value of dissensus. Accounting, Organizations and Society (61): 1-21. ("The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the value and potential of Jacques Ranciere's writings in developing social and environmental accounting (SEA) in ways that help revitalize democratic politics.").

Caylor, M., M. Cecchini and J. Winchel. 2017. Analysts' qualitative statements and the profitability of favorable investment recommendations. Accounting, Organizations and Society (57): 33-51.

Chenhall, R. H., M. Hall and D. Smith. 2017. The expressive role of performance measurement systems: A field study of a mental health development project. Accounting, Organizations and Society (63): 60-75.

Cohen, J. R., D. W. Dalton and N. L. Harp. 2017. Neutral and presumptive doubt perspectives of professional skepticism and auditor job outcomes. Accounting, Organizations and Society (62): 1-20.

Da Silva, J. B., N. Llewellyn and F. Anderson-Gough. 2017. Oral-aural accounting and the management of the Jesuit corpus. Accounting, Organizations and Society (59): 44-57.

Emett, S. A. and M. W. Nelson. 2017. Reporting accounting changes and their multi-period effects. Accounting, Organizations and Society (57): 52-72.

Erhart, R., M. D. Mahlendorf, M. Reimer and U. Schaffer. 2017. Theorizing and testing bidirectional effects: The relationship between strategy formation and involvement of controllers. Accounting, Organizations and Society (61): 36-52.

Hall, M. and B. O'Dwyer. 2017. Accounting, non-governmental organizations and civil society: The importance of nonprofit organizations to understanding accounting, organizations and society. Accounting, Organizations and Society (63): 1-5.

Huikku, J., J. Mouritsen and H. Silvola. 2017. Relative reliability and the recognisable firm: Calculating goodwill impairment value. Accounting, Organizations and Society (56): 68-83.