A major problem confronting a researcher is which theoretical perspective is considered most apt. This book provides a good guideline as to why and how to choose a particular theory or method to study an organizational phenomenon such as accounting. The contributors to this collection are world-renowned in their respective field. Each chapter documents the latest research in accounting and control systems. The book is primarily intended for research students and academic researchers in the areas of accounting and practices in organizations. The book can also be used for undergraduate and postgraduate accounting methodology courses, and research organizations/consulting firms in the accounting and business field.Slowly but surely the applications of these methods are permeating the management accounting literature. ... P. F. and Selto, F. H. (1999), aResearch in managerial accounting: learning from othersa#39; experiencesa, Accounting aamp; Finance, Vol.
|Title||:||Methodological Issues in Accounting Research|
|Publisher||:||Spiramus Press Ltd - 2006|