Meditari Accountancy Research: Volume 28 Issue 4


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Commercialization of audit firms and auditors’ subjective well-being

Yilia Ponomareva, Timur Uman, Pernilla Broberg, Emmy Vinberg, Karoline Karlsson

The purpose of this study is to explore how the commercialization of audit firms relates to the subjective well-being (SWB) of auditors. Drawing on the conservation of…

The influence of the ASEAN economic community on the future of the management accounting profession

Desi Adhariani

The purpose of this paper is to explore the perceptions of Indonesian management accountants (MAs) regarding the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) – ASEAN…

The use of social media as a legitimation tool for sustainability reporting: A study of the top 50 Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) listed companies

Sumit Lodhia, Amanpreet Kaur, Gerard Stone

This paper aims to examine the use of social media for sustainability reporting by the largest Australia companies as a means of seeking legitimacy from stakeholders.

Strategic investment decision-making practices in large manufacturing companies: A role for emergent analysis techniques?

Fadi Alkaraan

This paper aims to examine the adoption of conventional and emergent analysis techniques in Strategic Investment Decision-Making (SIDM) practices in large UK manufacturing…

The Integrated Plan in Italian public universities: new patterns in intellectual capital disclosure

Natalia Aversano, Giuseppe Nicolò, Giuseppe Sannino, Paolo Tartaglia Polcini

The present research aims to analyse the extent to which Italian public universities disclose intellectual capital (IC) information through the Integrated Plan and the…

Democracy and financial transparency of local governments in Sub-Saharan Africa

Redeemer Krah, Gerard Mertens

The study aims at examining the level of financial transparency of local governments in a sub-Saharan African country and how financial transparency is affected by…

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