1st Edition

Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships





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ISBN 9780367734695
December 18, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
316 Pages

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Book Description

Successful innovation is a true challenge and especially when today’s companies are intertwined in close inter-organisational relationships and networks with e.g. customers and suppliers. Research has indicated that accounting can play important roles in such innovation processes, but there is little in-depth systematic knowledge about this issue.



 



Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships gathers leading researchers from all around the world to argue for the importance of more systematic knowledge about accounting, innovation and inter-organisational relationships.



 



Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships thus becomes an important source for researchers and practitioners interested in accounting and inter-organisational relationships as well as the related disciplines of management, marketing, innovation and strategy.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION--ACCOUNTING, INNOVATION AND INTER-ORGANISATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS



Martin Carlsson-Wall, Håkan Håkansson, Kalle Kraus, Johnny Lind, and Torkel Strömsten





 



CHAPTER 2: THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN INNOVATION AND ACCOUNTING:



THE BORDER-CROSSING Q-LINEA PROJECT AND ITS WITHIN-BORDER ACCOUNTING



Andrea Perna, Alexandra Waluszewski





CHAPTER 3: THE ROLE OF DEALS AND ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS FOR TEMPORARY SOLUTIONS IN INNOVATION PROCESSES



Carl Henning Christner, Johnny Lind & Torkel Strömsten





CHAPTER 4: VENTURE CAPITAL SYSTEMIC SYNERGIES AND NETWORKED MANAGEMENT CONTROL IN RAPID SCALING OF INNOVATIVE NEW BUSINESS VENTURES



Per Ingvar Olsen





CHAPTER 5: FOSTERING CORPORATE INNOVATION BY LIVING APART TOGETHER: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN THE BOSCH STARTUP PLATFORM



Michael Pelz and Marc Wouters





CHAPTER 6: WE WENT TOO FAR, AND WE LEARNT FROM IT: MANAGEMENT CONTROL IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BOEING DREAMLINER



Jodie Moll and Fiona Harrigan





CHAPTER 7: ACCOUNTING, CROSS-COMPANY NEGOTIATIONS AND TIME-BASED COMPROMISES – A CASE STUDY OF PRODUCT INNOVATION



Martin Carlsson-Wall & Kalle Kraus





CHAPTER 8: DEVELOPING INNOVATION VIA TENSIONS BETWEEN FOCAL FIRMS AND SUPPLIERS: THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING IN CREATING HETERARCHIES ACROSS ORGANISATIONAL BOUNDARIES.



Jan Mouritsen and Kim S. Hald





CHAPTER 9: COMBINING DIFFERENTIATED KNOWLEDGE FOR INNOVATION ACROSS ORGANIZATIONS: THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT CONTROLS



Angelo Ditillo and Ariela Caglio





CHAPTER 10: SUPPLIER INITIATED OPEN BOOK ACCOUNTING: USING ACCOUNTING INFORMATION TO INITIATE CHANGES IN A SERVICES SUPPLY CHAIN



Sander van Triest and Jacco Blom





CHAPTER 11: ACCOUNTING AND NETWORKING



Anna Dubois and Lars-Erik Gadde





Chapter 12: WHAT’S SUCCESSFUL?: ACCOUNTING FOR THE OUTCOME OF GOVERNMENTAL INNOVATION POLICY



Jens Eklinder-Frick and Alexandra Waluszewski





CHAPTER 13: THE GOVERNANCE OF COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT



Jeltje van der Meer-Kooistra and Robert W. Scapens





CHAPTER 14: THE ALLURE OF INNOVATION: ASSEMBLING A NOVEL PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP



Paul Andon, Jane Baxter, Wai Fong Chua





CHAPTER 15: ACCOUNTING, INNOVATION AND INTER-ORGANISATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS – INSIGHTS FROM THE 13 EMPIRICAL CASES



Martin Carlsson-Wall, Håkan Håkansson, Kalle Kraus, Johnny Lind, and Torkel Strömsten





CHAPTER 16: ACCOUNTING, INNOVATION AND INTER-ORGANISATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS – AVENUES FOR FUTURE RESEARCH



Martin Carlsson-Wall, Håkan Håkansson, Kalle Kraus, Johnny Lind, and Torkel Strömsten

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Editor(s)

Biography

Martin Carlsson-Wall is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden



Håkan Håkansson is a Professor of International Management at the BI Norwegian Business School



Kalle Kraus is a Professor in the Department of Accounting at the Stockholm School of Economics, Swede



Johnny Lind is a Professor in the Department of Accounting at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden



Torkel Strömsten is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting at the Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden