CENTRE FOR ACCOUNTING & SOCIETY
Rethinking Accounting, Governance and Management controls
The Centre for Accounting and Society (CAS) is a research centre at the interface of academia and industry, which explores the organisational, social, and cultural implications of accounting. CAS aims to study how accounting, the accounting profession and various calculative practices impact on the management and governance of organizations, cultural formations, and the definition of economic and social relationships.
I had the pleasure to establish and co-direct CAS, and lead one of the three main research and engagement areas on Communication, Governance and Control.
More details on CAS are available here.