Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 25 Issue 2


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Sustainability reporting: Insights from the websites of five plants operated by Newmont Mining Corporation

Kwame Oduro Amoako, Beverley R. Lord, Keith Dixon

Sustainability reporting serves as a means of communication between corporations and their stakeholders on sustainability issues. This study aims to identify and account…

The influence of institutional environment on corporate responsibility disclosures in Ghana

Edem Emerald Welbeck

The study aims to analyse the level and trend of corporate responsibility disclosures (CRD) in annual reports of listed firms on the Ghana Stock Exchange against the…

Perceptions, predictors and consequences of whistleblowing among accounting employees in Barbados

Philmore Alleyne, Wayne Charles-Soverall, Tracey Broome, Amanda Pierce

Whistleblowing has been receiving increased attention and support in recent times as a means of detecting and correcting wrongdoing in organizations. This study aims to…

Independent monitoring and review functions in a financial reporting context

Albertus Louw, Warren Maroun

Independent monitoring and review bodies have become a defining feature of the professional accounting and auditing space. Exactly how these institutions function to…

Telephonic qualitative research interviews: when to consider them and how to do them

Muhammad Bilal Farooq, Charl de Villiers

The aims of this study are to review the literature examining the arguments for and against the telephonic qualitative research interviews, to develop criteria for…

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