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INVENTING THE INVESTOR: THE ROLE OF DISCLOSURE AND REPORTING, AND ACCOUNTING EXPERTISE IN THE GOVERNANCE OF THE CORPORATION AND THE MAKING OF THE SHAREHOLDER
This thesis presents an historical analysis of the role of financial accounting in the emerging conceptions of corporate governance during the Progressive era in the United States. Specifically, this thesis advances an ...
Accounting, Trust and the Government in Labour-Management Negotiations: The Crisis in the Canadian Automotive Industry
This thesis investigates the role of accounting information in the automotive industry restructuring of 2008 and 2009 in Canada. The crisis in the automotive industry led to government-funded restructurings for two of the ...
Studies on the Effects of External Budgetary Controls and Accountability Reporting Demands on First Nations Communities in Canada
This dissertation is organized into four chapters; an introduction, two distinct empirical research studies, and a reflection piece on the research process. The first empirical study (Chapter 2) examines the effects of ...