Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal: Volume 9 Issue 5


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Assurance reports included in the CSR reports of French firms: a longitudinal study

Claire Gillet-Monjarret

This paper aims to examine the practice of sustainability assurance and in particular the content of the assurance reports disseminated in the corporate social…

LGBTI staff, and diversity within the Australian accounting profession

Matthew Egan

Large accounting firms lay claim today to a broad focus on staff diversity and inclusion. Related initiatives focus on gender, culture, age and sexuality. This paper aims…

LGBTQ+ accountants: a call for oral history research

Theresa Hammond

This paper aims to call on accounting academics to conduct oral histories with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) members of the industry.

Queering accounting: opening up and connecting professional services firms

Nicholas McGuigan, Alessandro Ghio

The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on the research undertaken by Egan (2018), arguing for the themes of opening and connecting to be embraced, adopted…

Celebrating advances in LGBT+ diversity in the accountancy profession: Not letting idealistic purity become the enemy of progress

Jeffrey Unerman

This paper aims to provide a commentary on evidence presented and issues raised by Egan (2018) regarding LGBT+ diversity initiatives in the accountancy profession.

The adoption of CSR practices in Egypt: internal efficiency or external legitimation?

Dina El-Bassiouny, Peter Letmathe

This study aims to focus on the factors triggering the adoption of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in a developing country context. The authors examine…

Authenticity in business sustainability: Overcoming limitations in strategic management constructs

Rubiná Mahsud, Jessica Ludescher Imanaka, Gregory E. Prussia

This paper critiques existing approaches to business sustainability and recommends a new course of action. This paper focuses the critique on sustainable business…

A dam tale: Using institutional logics in a case-study on water rights in the Canadian coastal mountains

Thomas Schneider, Michele Andreaus

In 1950, the Aluminum Company of Canada (Alcan) was given a perpetual water license for a large section of Northern British Columbia, Canada. The benefit to the original…

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