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  1. Adapting integrated reporting through the stages of local rationalisation
  2. Guest editorial: Integrated reporting and change: what are the impacts after more than a decade of integrated reporting?
  3. Serendipity and management accounting change
  4. Disclosing value creation in integrated reports according to the six capitals: a holistic approach for a holistic instrument
  5. Australian modern-day slavery: a social systems perspective
  6. A critical reflection on voluntary corporate non-financial and sustainability reporting and disclosure: lessons learnt from two case studies on integrated reporting
  7. Scientometric portraits of recognized scientists: a structured literature review
  8. Blockchain in accounting, accountability and assurance: an overview
  9. The entrepreneurial journeys of digital start-up founders
  10. Another way: The intersection between First Nations peoples' ways of thinking and governance, accounting and accountability
  11. Reframing Mergers and Acquisitions around Stakeholder Relationships
  12. Management controls and modern slavery risks in the building and construction industry: Lessons from an Australian social housing provider
  13. Sustainability Reporting and Interactive Storytelling: A Genre Approach for Humanising Business
  14. Corporate ESG reporting quantity, quality and performance: Where to now for environmental policy and practice?
  15. Blockchain in accounting research: current trends and emerging topics
  16. Accountingisation and the narrative (re)turn of business model information in corporate reporting
  17. Shareholder use of CSR reports
  18. The rhetoric of New Zealand's COVID-19 response
  19. Do they practice what they preach? The presence of problematic citations in business ethics research
  20. COVID-19 and the governmentality of emergency food in the City of Turin
  21. Accounting for intangibles and intellectual capital: a literature review from 2000 to 2020
  22. Introduction: welcome to the world of intellectual capital
  23. Research Handbook on Intellectual Capital and Business
  24. Intellectual capital research: European versus North American approaches
  25. From a value-based knowledge economy to a worth economy. New reflections and perspectives on intellectual capital research
  26. Accounting's role in resisting wage theft: a labour process theory analysis
  27. Interventionist Research in Accounting
  28. A sticky chocolate problem: Impression management and counter accounts in the shaping of corporate image
  29. Stakeholder and merger and acquisition research: a structured literature review
  30. Rebuilding trust: sustainability and non-financial reporting and the European Union regulation
  31. Accounting for the “uncounted” workers: a dialectical view of accounting through Rancière
  32. Using the International Integrated Reporting Framework to comply with EU Directive 2014/95/EU: can we afford another reporting façade?
  33. Using critical KM to address wicked problems
  34. Being critical about intellectual capital accounting in 2020: An overview
  35. Reflections on interdisciplinary critical intellectual capital accounting research
  36. Digital entrepreneurship: An interdisciplinary structured literature review and research agenda
  37. Formal networks: the influence of social learning in meta-organisations from commons protection to commons governance
  38. Protecting a new Achilles heel: the role of auditors within the practice of data protection
  39. A journey towards a safe harbour: The rhetorical process of the International Integrated Reporting Council
  40. Qualitative accounting research: special issue introduction
  41. Qualitative accounting research: dispelling myths and developing a new research agenda
  42. Chapter 5 An Australian Case Study of Stakeholder Relationships in a Merger and Acquisition Process
  43. Transparency and the rhetorical use of citations to Robert Yin in case study research
  44. What counts for quality in interdisciplinary accounting research in the next decade
  45. Entrepreneurial universities and strategy: the case of the University of Bari
  46. Assurance on Integrated Reporting: A Critical Perspective
  47. From Sustainability to Integrated Reporting: How the IIRC Framework Affected Disclosures by a Financial Institution in Australia
  48. Improving integrated reporting
  49. The angel investment decision: insights from Australian business angels
  50. Developing trust through stewardship
  51. Social capital and integrated reporting
  52. Interventionist research in accounting: reflections on the good, the bad and the ugly
  53. Harmonising non-financial reporting regulation in Europe
  54. Integrated Reporting and Integrating Thinking: Practical Challenges
  55. Sustainability accounting and integrated reporting
  56. Breaching intellectual capital: critical reflections on Big Data security
  57. The fall and rise of intellectual capital accounting: new prospects from the Big Data revolution
  58. Understanding intellectual capital disclosure in online media Big Data
  59. Guest editorial
  60. Knowledge transfer in a start-up craft brewery
  61. Thirty years of Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal
  62. Sustainability Risk Disclosure Practices of Listed Companies in Australia
  63. A practice theoretical analysis of the irrelevance of integrated reporting to mainstream sell-side analysts
  64. If You Can Measure It, You Can Manage It: A Case of Intellectual Capital
  65. Improving corporate disclosure through XBRL
  66. Practitioners’ views on intellectual capital and sustainability
  67. Overcoming the symbolic violence of orthodox accounting practice: an intellectual capital perspective
  68. Straight from the horse's mouth : Founders' perspectives on achieving ‘traction’ in digital start-ups
  69. Intellectual capital management in the fourth stage of IC research
  70. IC in education.
  71. Intellectual capital in education
  72. When the investors speak: intellectual capital disclosure and the Web 2.0
  73. International Integrated Reporting Framework: Barriers to implementation
  74. Integrated thinking as a cultural control?
  75. The Routledge Companion to Intellectual Capital
  76. Intellectual Capital Disclosure In Digital Communication
  77. Intellectual capital in the age of Big Data: establishing a research agenda
  78. Citation classics published in knowledge management journals. Part III: author survey
  79. Business angels: a research review and new agenda
  80. Intellectual capital disclosure: a structured literature review
  81. Involuntary disclosure of intellectual capital: is it relevant?
  82. Social media networks as drivers for intellectual capital disclosure
  83. Forward-looking intellectual capital disclosure in IPOs
  84. Analysing and improving the strategic alignment of firms’ resource dynamics
  85. Guest editorial
  86. Intellectual capital reporting: a knowledge tool to coordinate a group of regional non-profit organisations
  87. Integrated Reporting and EU Law. Competing, Converging or Complementary Regulatory Frameworks?
  88. Intellectual capital reporting: a knowledge tool to coordinate a group of regional non-profit organisations
  89. Integrated reporting: A structured literature review
  90. On the shoulders of giants: undertaking a structured literature review in accounting
  91. Managing intellectual capital through a collective intelligence approach
  92. Numbers versus Narrative: An Examination of a Controversy
  93. Knowledge management in small and medium enterprises: a structured literature review
  94. Intellectual capital, calculability and qualculation
  95. A critical reflection on the future of intellectual capital: from reporting to disclosure
  96. Citation classics published inKnowledge Managementjournals. Part II: studying research trends and discovering the Google Scholar Effect
  97. In Pursuit of a ‘Single Source of Truth’: from Threatened Legitimacy to Integrated Reporting
  98. Where there is a will there is a way
  99. A critical examination of implementing government sponsored intellectual capital management and reporting programs for small and medium enterprises
  100. The relational capital of micro-enterprises run by women: the startup phase
  101. Public sector knowledge management: a structured literature review
  102. New frontiers in the use of intellectual capital in the public sector
  103. IC and public sector: a structured literature review
  104. Unlocking intellectual capital
  105. Citation classics published in knowledge management journals. Part I: articles and their characteristics
  106. Material legitimacy
  107. Academic performance, publishing and peer review: peering into the twilight zone
  108. Forty-two
  109. Using content analysis as a research methodology for investigating intellectual capital disclosure
  110. Sustainable Public Value Inscriptions: A Critical Approach
  111. Developing Strategy to Create a Public Value Chain
  112. Writing an article for a refereed accounting journal
  113. Reflections on interdisciplinary accounting research: the state of the art of intellectual capital
  114. A review and critique of content analysis as a methodology for inquiring into IC disclosure
  115. Professor Lee Parker’s qualitative research methods class
  116. 15 years of the Journal of Intellectual Capital and counting
  117. An intellectual capital-based differentiation theory of innovation practice
  118. Utilising narrative to improve the relevance of intellectual capital
  119. Construction of research articles in the leading interdisciplinary accounting journals
  120. The third stage of IC: towards a new IC future and beyond
  121. A critical examination of the third stage
  122. Bullying in context: a risk management perspective
  123. Reflections and projections: A decade of Intellectual Capital Accounting Research
  124. Grand theories as barriers to using IC concepts
  125. IC and Strategy as Practice
  126. Intellectual capital and strategy development: an interventionist approach
  127. Dealing with an ageing workforce: current and future implications
  128. The qualitative research interview
  129. “Measuring for managing?” An IC practice case study
  130. Making sense of intellectual capital complexity: measuring through narrative
  131. Gri Sustainability Reporting Guidelines For Public And Third Sector Organizations
  132. A critical reflective discourse of an interventionist research project
  133. Disclosing improvements in human capital: comparing results to the rhetoric
  134. Reflecting on the production of intellectual capital visualisations
  135. Reflective discourse about intellectual capital: research and practice
  136. Intellectual capital measurement: a critical approach
  137. Narrative disclosure of intellectual capital
  138. Disturbance and implementation of IC practice: a public sector organisation perspective
  139. Intellectual capital disclosure and price‐sensitive Australian Stock Exchange announcements
  140. Intellectual Capital (IC) in PosttCommunist Economies? Is There an Alternative to Liberalism?