The Routledge Companion to Critical Accounting

The Routledge Companion to Critical Accounting
English | 2018 | ISBN-10: 1138025259 | 490 Pages | PDF | 4.55 MB
The field of critical accounting has expanded rapidly since its inception and has become recognised as offering a wealth of provocative insights in the wake of the global financial crisis. It is now firmly embedded within accounting literature and in how accounting is taught.
Surveying the evolving field of Critical Accounting, including theory, ethics, history, development and sustainability, this Companion presents key debates in the field, providing a comprehensive overview. Incorporating interdisciplinary perspectives on accounting, the volume concludes by considering new directions in which critical accounting research may travel.
With an international array of established and respected contributors, this Routledge Companion is a vital resource for students and researchers across the world
‘This impressive volume shows that critical accounting has come of age. It will provide an important reference point for scholars in accounting, as well as scholars across the social sciences for many years to come.’
Peter Miller, Professor, London School of Economics & Political Science, UK
‘A must read book for those teaching and researching in the field of critical accounting.’
Lois Mahoney, Professor, Eastern Michigan University, USA
‘The field of critical accounting is attractive and stimulating for many students and new researchers but it is also complex, discordant and difficult to navigate – this companion provides an invaluable map and guide for newcomers and established scholars alike.’
Brian Rutherford, Professor, University of Kent, UK
‘Widening social inequality, accelerating environmental degradation and seemingly unchecked corporate power render the aims and aspirations of critical accounting more urgent than ever before. The Routledge Companion to Critical Accounting is an important read to understand and advance this essential field.’
Marcia Annisette, Associate Dean, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada
About the Author
Robin Roslender is Professor of Accounting and Finance at The University of Dundee, UK.