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Management accountants' perception of their role in accounting for sustainable development : an exploratory study / by Vinal Mistry, Umesh Sharma and Mary Low

By: Mistry, Vinal.
Contributor(s): Sharma, Umesh | Low, Mary.
Series: Pacific Accounting Review.Publisher: New Zealand, Emerald, Edition: 26 (1/2), 2014.Description: 112-133, 22 pages.Subject(s): Sustainability | Environment | Accounting profession | Small and medium enterprises | SMEsSummary: Examines the perceptions that management accountants have of their roles in accounting for sustainable development in their organisations. Draws on arguments from prior literature, interviews and surveys to identify those roles. Concludes that accountants within small-medium organisations play a limited role in accounting for sustainable development.
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Examines the perceptions that management accountants have of their roles in accounting for sustainable development in their organisations. Draws on arguments from prior literature, interviews and surveys to identify those roles. Concludes that accountants within small-medium organisations play a limited role in accounting for sustainable development.

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