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  1. Australian universities in a pandemic world: transforming a broken business model?
  2. The COVID-19 office in transition: cost, efficiency and the social responsibility business case
  3. Non-financial motivations in mergers and acquisitions: The Fiat–Ferrari case
  4. Structuring social and environmental management control and accountability
  5. The presentation of the self and professional identity: countering the accountant’s stereotype
  6. Transitioning business school accounting from binary divide to unified national system
  7. Reflections and projections
  8. Qualitative generalising in accounting research: concepts and strategies
  9. You’re in the Army now!
  10. From scientific to activity based office management: a mirage of change
  11. With a little help from our friends: An empirical investigation of co-authoring in accounting research
  12. A comment on “The struggle to fabricate accounting narrative obfuscation: an actor-network-theoretic analysis of a failing project”
  13. Whither the accounting profession, accountants and accounting researchers? Commentary and projections
  14. The global Fayol: contemporary management and accounting traces
  15. Impression management through minimal narrative disclosure in annual reports
  16. Accounting historiography: looking back to the future
  17. Business as Usual? An Institutional View of the Relationship Between Management Control Systems and Strategy
  18. Academic performance, publishing and peer review: peering into the twilight zone
  19. Institutionalising XBRL for financial reporting: resorting to regulation
  20. Corporate social accountability through action: Contemporary insights from British industrial pioneers
  21. Addressing directions in interdisciplinary accounting research
  22. Constructing a Research Field: A Reflection on the History of Social and Environmental Accounting
  23. Qualitative perspectives: through a methodological lens
  24. The global accounting academic: what counts!
  25. The ‘problem’ of the office: Scientific management, governmentality and the strategy of efficiency
  26. Motivations for corporate social responsibility reporting by MNC subsidiaries in an emerging country: The case of Bangladesh
  27. Managerial Control and Strategy in Nonprofit Organizations: Doing the Right Things for the Wrong Reasons?
  28. Developing the Flesch reading ease formula for the contemporary accounting communications landscape
  29. Out of control? Strategy in the NFP sector: the implications for management control
  30. Contemporary University Strategising: The Financial Imperative
  31. Accounting scholars and journals rating and benchmarking
  32. Islamic banking in Pakistan: A history of emergent accountability and regulation
  33. Beyond the ticket and the brand: imagining an accounting research future
  34. Accounting and the state – an introduction
  35. From Privatised to Hybrid Corporatised Higher Education: A Global Financial Management Discourse
  36. Qualitative management accounting research: Assessing deliverables and relevance
  37. Reflections and projections
  38. Does accounting history matter?
  39. Rage, rage against the dying of the light: Lyndall Urwick's scientific management
  40. Accounting's Latent Classicism: Revisiting Classical Management Origins
  41. Building Bridges to the Future: Mapping the Territory for Developing Social and Environmental Accountability
  42. University corporatisation: Driving redefinition
  43. Twenty-one years of social and environmental accountability research: A coming of age
  44. The relationship between academic accounting research and professional practice
  46. Managing social and environmental action and accountability in the hospitality industry: A Singapore perspective
  47. Business schools in an age of globalization
  48. Bean counters or bright young things?
  49. Photo‐elicitation: an ethno‐historical accounting and management research prospect
  50. Championing intellectual pluralism
  51. Interpreting interpretive accounting research
  52. Strategic management and accounting processes: acknowledging gender
  53. Boardroom Operational and Financial Control: an Insider View
  54. Into the light and engagement
  55. Integrating hotel environmental strategies with management control: a structuration approach
  56. Developing research journals and qualitative inquiry: the role of the editorial board
  57. Internal Governance in the Nonprofit Boardroom: a participant observer study
  58. Boardroom Strategizing in Professional Associations: Processual and Institutional Perspectives
  59. Financial and external reporting research: the broadening corporate governance challenge
  60. Professionalisation and UK Accounting Education: Academic and Professional Complicity – A Commentary on ‘Professionalizing Claims and the State of UK Professional Accounting Education: Some Evidence’
  61. Editorial
  62. Social and environmental accountability research
  63. Fads, stereotypes and management gurus: Fayol and Follett today
  64. Revisiting Fayol: Anticipating Contemporary Management
  65. Welcome to “the rough and tumble”
  66. Corporate governance crisis down under: Post-Enron accounting education and research inertia
  67. ‘Presenting’ the past: perspectives on time for accounting and management history
  68. Diversity andAAAJ: interdisciplinary perspectives on accounting, auditing and accountability
  69. A Review of New Public Financial Management Change in Australia
  70. Financial Management Strategy in a Community Welfare Organisation: A Boardroom Perspective
  71. AAAJ and accounting legitimacy in a post-Enron world
  72. It’s been a pleasure doing business with you: a strategic analysis and critique of university change management
  73. Twentieth-century textbook budgetary discourse: formalization, normalization and rebuttal in an Anglo-Saxon environment
  74. Rites of passage and the self-immolation of academic accounting labour: an essay exploring exclusivity versus mutuality in accounting scholarship
  75. Budgetary incrementalism in a Christian bureaucracy
  76. Back to the Future: The Broadening Accounting Trajectory
  77. Reactive planning in a Christian Bureaucracy
  78. Environmental Costing: A path to Implementation
  79. Green Strategy Costing: Early Days
  80. Historiography for the new millennium: adventures in accounting and management
  81. A Quarter of a Century of Performance Auditing in the Australian Federal Public Sector: A Malleable Masque
  82. Changing public sector accountability: critiquing new directions
  83. Environmental strategies and the international hotel industry
  84. Accounting and management research: passwords from the gatekeepers
  85. Accounting for Environmental Strategy: Cost Management, Control and Performance Evaluation
  87. Broad Scope Accountability the Reporting Priority
  88. Classical management control in contemporary management and accounting: the persistence of Taylor and Fayol's world
  89. Professional accounting body ethics: In search of the private interest
  90. Historical Interpretation: The Worthington Commentary
  91. The Australian public sector in the 1990s: New accountability regimes in motion
  92. The cost-accounting environment in the British Industrial Revolution iron industry
  94. An Accounting Historiography: Subject Matter and Methodology
  95. Managerial Accounting Early in the British Industrial Revolution: The Carron Company, a Case Study
  96. Accounting History: Definition and Relevance
  97. Corporate Social Reporting: A Rebuttal of Legitimacy Theory
  99. An Historical Analysis of Ethical Pronouncements and Debate in the Australian Accounting Profession
  100. The impact of corporate characteristics on social responsibility disclosure: A typology and frequency-based analysis
  101. Accounting Report Readability: The Use of Readability Techniques
  102. Control in Organizational Life: The Contribution of Mary Parker Follett
  103. Control in Organizational Life: The Contribution of Mary Parker Follett.
  104. Financial Reporting to Employees: Towards a Research Framework
  105. Financial reporting to employees: the pattern of development 1919 to 1979
  106. Corporate Annual Reporting: A Mass Communication Perspective
  107. Coincidence Discovered: Fifty Years On
  108. Evaluating Group Decision‐Making in the Corporate Environment
  109. Divisional Performance Measurement: Beyond an Exclusive Profit Test
  110. Participation in Budget Planning: the Prospects Surveyed
  111. Divisional performance measurement: beyond an exclusive profit test
  112. Communication in the Corporate Budgetary System
  113. A Reassessment of the Role of Control in Corporate Budgeting
  114. Goal Congruence: A Misguided Accounting Concept
  115. In Our Ivory Towers? The Research-Practice Gap in Management Accounting: An Academic Perspective