All Stories

  1. New accounts: Towards a reframing of social accounting
  2. Intrinsic Sustainable Development: Epistemes, Science, Business and Sustainability
  3. How a Two-Step Approach Discloses Different Determinants of Voluntary Social and Environmental Reporting
  4. Impression Management: Developing and Illustrating a Scheme of Analysis for Narrative Disclosure – A Methodological Note
  5. Back to basics: What do we mean by environmental (and social) accounting and what is it for?—A reaction to Thornton
  6. The Emergence of Stand-Alone Social and Environmental Reporting in Mainland China: An Exploratory Research Note
  7. Sustainability + Accounting Education: The Elephant in the Classroom
  8. Environmental, social + sustainability accounting: Quo Vadis?
  9. Pesquisa em Contabilidade Social como Se o Mundo Importasse Um ensaio sobre postalgia e um novo absurdismo
  10. Standing on the (skeletal) shoulders of a (middle-range) giant: Acknowledging intellectual debt
  11. A Methodology for Analysing and Evaluating Narratives in Annual Reports: A Comprehensive Descriptive Profile and Metrics for Disclosure Quality Attributes
  12. Ambiguous but Tethered: An Accounting Basis for Sustainability Reporting
  13. Lifting the Lid on the Use of Content Analysis to Investigate Intellectual Capital Disclosures
  14. W(h)ither Ecology? The Triple Bottom Line, the Global Reporting Initiative, and Corporate Sustainability Reporting
  15. Structure and Governance
  16. Corporate Impact: Measuring and Managing Your Social Footprint
  17. Evaluating the 20 year of a set of highly innovative papers on environmental accounting research
  18. Environmental Management, Measurement, and Accounting: Information for Decision and Control?
  19. Sustainability and Social Responsibility Reporting and the Emergence of the External Social Audits: The Struggle for Accountability?
  20. Accountability and human rights: A tentative exploration and a commentary
  21. PLEASE CITE THIS: An Exploratory Paper on Citations, Impacts and the Social Accounting Literature
  22. Book reviews
  23. A re‐evaluation of social, environmental and sustainability accounting
  24. Is accounting for sustainability actually accounting for sustainability…and how would we know? An exploration of narratives of organisations and the planet
  25. Social Accounting Research as If The World Matters
  26. The plenary lecture
  27. Some theories for social accounting?: A review essay and a tentative pedagogic categorisation of theorisations around social accounting
  28. Review essay: Envisioning sustainability and re‐envisioning the large corporation: A short review essay on business and sustainable development1
  29. Editorial
  30. Future prospects for corporate sustainability reporting
  31. Editorial
  32. A few thoughts on theory, methodology and research design in social accounting: (or why is social accounting so difficult? part II)
  33. Does sustainability reporting improve corporate behaviour?: Wrong question? Right time?
  34. Social, environmental and sustainability reporting and organisational value creation?
  35. Editorial and CSEAR News
  36. DRAFT: Governance and the centre for social and environmental accounting research1
  37. DRAFT: Editorial policy forsocial and environmental accountability journal
  38. NGOs, civil society and accountability: making the people accountable to capital
  39. Editorial and CSEAR news
  40. Calling all members of CSEAR + all colleagues in social accounting: Invitation to contribute to an international re‐evaluation of social accounting1and CSEAR: Towards a St Andrews summit
  41. Towards a more systematic study of standalone corporate social and environmental: An exploratory pilot study of UK reporting
  42. Do financial markets care about social and environmental disclosure?
  43. Editorial and CSEAR news
  44. Editorial and CSEAR News
  45. Collecting social accounting data in developing countries: A cautionary tale from Egypt
  46. Crossing the great divide: critiquing the sacred secular dichotomy in accounting research
  47. Editorial and CSEAR news
  48. Accounting and theology, an introduction
  49. Requirements and Understandings for Publishing Academic Research: An Insider View
  50. Why is social accounting so difficult? – Part I
  51. Beyond a critique of pure reason: From policy to politics to praxis in environmental and social research
  52. Preparing a research proposal for a student research dissertation: a pedagogic note
  53. Editorial and CSEAR News
  54. Editorial & CSEAR news
  55. A review of the 13th annual international congress on social and environmental accounting, 2003
  57. The social accounting project and Accounting Organizations and Society Privileging engagement, imaginings, new accountings and pragmatism over critique?
  58. Can’t see the wood for the trees, can’t see the trees for the numbers? Accounting education, sustainability and the Public Interest
  59. Rites of passage and the self-immolation of academic accounting labour: an essay exploring exclusivity versus mutuality in accounting scholarship
  60. Editorial and CSEAR News
  61. Editorial & CSEAR news
  62. The cloak of sustainability: A modern fable
  63. An Account of Sustainability: Failure, Success and a Reconceptualization
  64. Social and Environmental Disclosure and Corporate Characteristics: A Research Note and Extension
  65. Accounts of Sustainable Development: The Construction of Meaning Within Environmental Reporting
  66. Editorial & CSEAR news
  67. Editorial and CSEAR News
  68. Environmental performance (?), profit, size and industry in UK companies: A brief exploration
  69. Thirty years of social accounting, reporting and auditing: what (if anything) have we learnt?
  70. Current Developments and Trends in Social and Environmental Auditing, Reporting and Attestation: A Review and Comment
  71. Social and environmental accounting and student choice: an exploratory research note
  72. Experimenting with assessing corporate social responsibility in France: an exploratory note on an initiative by social economy firms
  73. Editorial and CSEAR News
  74. Editorial & CSEAR news
  75. Review essay: It's official our futureissafe in the hands of business
  76. Seeing the wood for the trees
  77. Not Bankrupt Yet
  78. Editorial and CSEAR report
  79. Editorial and CSEAR report
  80. Accounting and management research: passwords from the gatekeepers
  81. Editorial and CSEAR report
  82. Social disclosure in Uganda?A research note on investigating absence
  83. An exploration of social reporting and MNCs in Nigeria
  84. Corporate reporting to society:A review of recent reports
  85. Circle of Friends (Stewart’s Song) (Brought to mind again in connection with Tony Puxty)
  86. Certainty
  87. Life's a killer
  88. Editorial and CSEAR report
  90. Book Reviews
  91. Green Accounting: Cosmetic Irrelevance or Radical Agenda for Change?
  92. THE 1997 CSEAR summer school
  93. Editorial and CSEAR report
  94. Struggling with the praxis of social accounting
  95. Editorial and CSEAR report
  96. International Comparisons of Social Disclosure: A Research Note
  97. Editorial and CSEAR report
  98. Editorial and CSEAR report
  99. Limperg institut Emaa workshop
  100. Editorial and CSEAR report
  101. The Greening of Enterprise: An Exploration of the (NON) Role of Environmental Accounting and Environmental Accountants in Organizational Change
  102. Constructing a research database of social and environmental reporting by UK companies
  103. Corporate social and environmental reporting
  104. Editorial and CSEAR Report
  105. Editorial and CSEAR report
  106. UK Accounting Academics And Publication: An Exploration Of Observable Variables Associated With Publication Output
  107. Editorial and CSEAR report
  108. At the heart of the community economy: Review
  109. Teaching ethics in accounting and the ethics of accounting teaching: educating for immorality and a possible case for social and environmental accounting education
  110. Accountants' Attitudes and Environmentally-sensitive Accounting
  111. Environmental accounting and auditing in Europe
  112. Editorial and CSEAR report
  113. On Collegiality And Academic Conversations: A Valedictory Editorial
  114. Corporate accountability and the physical environment: Social responsibility and accounting beyond profit
  115. Current practice in environmental reporting
  116. Editorial and CSEAR report
  117. Accounting and environmentalism: An exploration of the challenge of gently accounting for accountability, transparency and sustainability
  118. Editorial note
  119. The physical environment, accounting and local development
  120. The Environmental Audit: Green‐gauge or Whitewash?
  121. Accounting and economics: The psychopathic siblings: A review essay
  123. Accounting regulation and elite structure: Forces in the development of accounting policy
  124. Inquiry and accounting: Alternate methods and research perspectives
  125. Corporate Social Reporting: Emerging Trends in Accountability and the Social Contract
  127. From thesis to publication
  128. Greener pricing
  129. Corporate Sustainability: Accountability or Impossible Dream?
  130. Environmental accounting, managerialism and sustainability: Is the planet safe in the hands of business and accounting?