Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 23 Issue 1


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Twenty-one years of publishing Meditari Accountancy Research: a coming of age

Lyn Murphy, William Maguire

The purpose of this paper is to assess the performance and current position of the Meditari Accountancy Research Journal by building a profile of the articles published…

The emergence of integrated private reporting

Jill Frances Atkins, Aris Solomon, Simon Norton, Nathan Lael Joseph

This paper aims to provide evidence to suggest that private social and environmental reporting (i.e. one-on-one meetings between institutional investors and investees on…

Developing a sustainability report in a small to medium enterprise: process and consequences

Lorenzo Massa, Federica Farneti, Beatrice Scappini

– The aim of this study is to shed light on the mechanisms involved in, and consequences of, developing a sustainability report in a small to medium enterprise.

Early assessments of the gap between integrated reporting and current corporate reporting

Warwick Stent, Tuyana Dowler

The purpose of this paper is to provide early assessments of the changes for corporate reporting processes, which an emerging initiative like integrated reporting (IR…

Perceptions of justice as a catalyst for whistle-blowing by trainee auditors in South Africa

Faeeza Soni, Warren Maroun, Nirupa Padia

This study aims to use organisational justice theory to examine variations in the propensity of trainee auditors in South Africa to blow the whistle internally on…

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