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Financial reporting and auditing as social and organizational practice 3

Organizers:

Keith Robson, HEC, Paris
Joni Young, University of New Mexico
Mike Power, London School of Economics and Political Science

A Workshop Sponsored by Accounting, Organizations and Society and the London School of Economics and Political Science

Location: London School of Economics, December 16-17 2016, London, UK

The institutional and social aspects of financial accounting are still relatively unexplored. Compared with our insights into the economic theory of income calculation and the economic determinants and consequences of modes of corporate financial reporting, our knowledge of how forms of financial accounting emerge from, sustain and modify wider institutional and social structures is modest (Hopwood, 2000, p. 763).

This is the third workshop on financial reporting and auditing as social and organizational practice. As in previous years, the event will provide a forum in which the authors of developing papers and proposed studies, including early stage Ph.D. students, can meet and discuss their work in a constructive environment. There will be 14 papers on a range of financial accounting and auditing topics, drawing mainly on qualitative methods in social science. 

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