This series explores the roles of Accounting and Accounting theory in the modern world. The series examines research in accounting thought, practice, auditing, principles and ethics as well as international standards and regulation setting. Examining private, public and non-profit sectors, Routledge Studies in Accounting, seeks to advance the scholarly debate by providing cutting edge and insightful research
Business Models and Corporate Reporting Defining the Platform to Illustrate Value Creation
Auditor Going Concern Reporting A Review of Global Research and Future Research Opportunities
Institutions and Accounting Practices after the Financial Crisis International Perspective
By Lorenzo Simoni
September 20, 2021
This book discusses the role of business models in corporate reporting. It illustrates the evolution of non-financial reporting, the importance of business model reporting and the main conceptualizations of business models. It also offers a methodological contribution to the assessment of ...
By Marshall A. Geiger, Anna Gold, Philip Wallage
June 10, 2021
Auditor reporting on going-concern-related uncertainties remains one of the most challenging issues faced by external auditors. Business owners, market participants and audit regulators want an early warning of impending business failure. However, companies typically do not welcome audit opinions ...
Edited By Alberto J. Costa, Margarida M. Pinheiro
June 04, 2021
Accounting education ought to prepare future professionals to enter a principles-based, rules-oriented field of activity wherein technical knowledge of accounting standards (principles, rules and decision procedures) and ethical awareness (the capacity to discern moral issues and resolve ethical ...
Edited By Margarida M. Pinheiro, Alberto J. Costa
November 05, 2020
Accounting Ethics Education: Teaching Virtues and Values gathers a diversity of contributions from invited, well-known experts. It promotes a comprehensive reflection around how ethics can and should be taught to accounting students, discussing and highlighting the most updated research on ...
By Vicki C. Baard, John Dumay
October 09, 2020
This book is the first comprehensive methodological guide for accounting researchers on Interventionist Research (IVR). It provides all the fundamental components needed for understanding what IVR is, and how to plan, design, and conduct legitimate intervention studies, which can endure the ...
Edited By Amir Amel-Zadeh, Geoff Meeks
May 20, 2020
Spending on M&A has, in aggregate, grown so fast that it has even overtaken capital expenditure on increasing and maintaining physical assets. Yet McKinsey, the leading management consultancy, reports that "Anyone who has researched merger success rates knows that roughly 70% fail". The idea ...
By Alexandra Middleton, Jenni Muttonen
January 22, 2020
This book examines tax transparency as part of multinational enterprises’ corporate social responsibility (CSR). It considers revelations like the Panama and Paradise Papers that shed light on corporations’ tax practices and the growing public dissatisfaction, resulting in legislative projects, ...
By Zahirul Hoque, Tarek Rana
October 15, 2019
In recent years, nonprofit and voluntary organisations have faced challenges and unanticipated pressures as a result of increased competition for funding, technological advancements, the need to comply with government regulations, and increased social and community expectations regarding greater ...
By Leanne J Morrison
July 23, 2019
This book explores corporate environmental discourse by examining a sample of corporate environmental reports through the lens of environmental philosophy. Findings include the predominant use of a dualistic approach towards nature, which highlights the perceived ‘separateness’ of companies from ...
Edited By Victoria Krivogorsky
January 28, 2019
Financial globalization paired with the relaxation of constraints on capital flows between countries before the 2008 crisis, increased merger activities among the World’s largest stock exchanges. The financial crisis of 2008 had a severe impact on the development of equity markets, corporate ...
By Gary R. Oliver
October 08, 2018
This is the first detailed view of the managerial accountant’s role and responsibilities in organization setting. Its aim is to foster role development: the opportunity to work at an advanced level of practice. Accounting studies develop technical skills associated with topics, and, ...
Edited By Anna-Karin Stockenstrand, Fredrik Nilsson
August 23, 2018
Bank Regulation: Effects on Strategy, Financial Accounting and Management Control discusses and problematizes how regulation is affecting bank strategies as well as their financial accounting and management control systems. Following a period of bank de-regulation, the new millennium brought a ...