Critical Perspectives on Accounting

Papers
(The H4-Index of Critical Perspectives on Accounting is 20. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
ArticleCitations
ESG practices and the cost of debt: Evidence from EU countries186
Connecting the COVID-19 pandemic, environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing and calls for ‘harmonisation’ of sustainability reporting119
A critical reflection on the future of financial, intellectual capital, sustainability and integrated reporting95
Fossil fuel reserves and resources reporting and unburnable carbon: Investigating conflicting accounts47
Regulatory influences on CSR practices within banks in an emerging economy: Do banks merely comply?39
Reflections on the criteria for the sound measurement of intellectual capital: A knowledge-based perspective28
Being critical about intellectual capital accounting in 2020: An overview27
Sustainability performance reporting: A technocratic shadowing and silencing25
On the centrality of peripheral research and the dangers of tight boundary gatekeeping24
A sticky chocolate problem: Impression management and counter accounts in the shaping of corporate image24
Decolonial studies in accounting? Emerging contributions from Latin America24
How auditors legitimize commercialism: A micro-discursive analysis23
A profession in peril? University corporatization, performance measurement and the sustainability of accounting academia22
Behind the World Bank’s ringing declarations of “social accountability”: Ghana’s public financial management reform21
Bourdieu, strategy and the field of power21
Hurricane Katrina: Exploring justice and fairness as a sociology of common good(s)21
When sorry is not an option: CSR reporting and ‘face work’ in a stigmatised industry – A case study of Barrick (Acacia) gold mine in Tanzania21
An ecological critique of accounting: The circular economy and COVID-1921
Hillsborough: The fight for accountability20
On crisis and emergency: Is it time to rethink long-term environmental accounting?20
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