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A decision of the US Supreme Court to require enforcement of an environmental standard in the cotton textile industry provides a unique opportunity to observe the market impact of social‐cost disclosures. This research examines the reaction of investors to an exogenous factor which has an...
Critical theory is concerned with enhancing individual wellbeing and autonomy through societal critique that has its origins in philosophy, sociology and political economics. Critical social science is the application of a critical theoretic within a social‐science domain. Accounting is a...
The objective of this research was to determine the extent to which municipal budget variances are systematically biased, the direction of any biases, and the relationship between the biases and various political, economic, demographic and organisational factors. We compared budgeted and actual...
Although sociologists have been studying professions for many years it is only more recently that accounting researchers have begun a critical appraisal and questioning of the meaning of “profession” (Hopwood, 1985; Willmott, 1986). With a primary focus on the question of professional...
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