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The decision to disclose social information in annual reports is a voluntary one. A positive model of the factors that may influence firms′ decisions to disclose social information is proposed. It is hypothesised that the decision may be affected by (a) social performance, (b) political...
This study investigates professional and job‐related attitudes and behavioural intentions of 427 state and municipal governmental accountants from five southwestern states. While professional commitment has been investigated in terms of its impact on conflict, researchers have not investigated...
The efficacy of the processes by which social reality is created and reproduced is largely attributable to the fact that these processes are screened from scrutiny by taken‐for‐granted assumptions which are embedded in language, thought and social practices such as accounting and accounting...
It is posited that close attention to the key words of the discipline is an important part of the practice of accounting history. A theoretical framework to support this activity is offered; possible sources are suggested; and a brief illustration, based on reference works from the early modern...
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