Volume one of the Handbooks of Management Accounting Research sets the context for both Handbooks, with three chapters outlining the historical development of management accounting as a discipline and as a practice in three broad geographic settings. The bulk of the first volume then draws together a series of contributions that analyse the scholarly literature in terms of distinct intellectual and theoretical social science perspectives. The volume includes a chapter which looks at work informed by psychology as a base discipline. The volume also includes a set of chapters that seek to evaluate and explain issues of research method for the different approaches to research found within management accounting. Special pricing available if purchased as a set with Volume 2. *Documents the scholarly management accounting literature *Publishing both in print, and online through Science Direct *International in scopeLabour did not challenge the objectivity of accounting numbers, unlike engineering standards, not only because they had less ... Neimark aamp; Tinker ( 1987) used dialectical analysis to demonstrate how General Motorsa#39; (GM) used women as aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Management Accounting Research|
|Author||:||Christopher S. Chapman, Anthony G. Hopwood, Michael D. Shields|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2006-12-08|