|Author:||Anthony G. Hopwood,Michael Page,Stuart Turley|
|Title:||Understanding Accounting in a Changing Environment (Research studies in accounting)|
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|Category:||Business and Finance|
|Publisher:||Prentice Hall (April 1, 1991)|
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Publisher Englewood Cliffs, . Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation. Contributor Internet Archive. x, 125 p. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Camera Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control).
Place of Publication. Prentice Hall, ICAEW.
Anthony G. Hopwood, former dean of the Said Business School at the University of Oxford, was elected to be the recipient of the 2008 Lifetime Achievement. He talks about the increasing presence of mainstream tendencies and how this approach is hindering a typically diverse and open-minded field.
Author : Anthony G. Hopwood,(Contributor),Michael Page,Stuart Turley.
The bulk of the first volume then draws together a series of contributions that analyse the scholarly literature in terms of distinct intellectual and theoretical social science perspectives. The volume includes a chapter which looks at work informed by psychology as a base discipline.
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We live in a world in which there is acute consciousness of both change itself and the necessity for it. This is no less true for business and commercial affairs than for other aspects of social and economic life.
Lawrence, P. R. and J. W. Lorsch, Organisation and Environment: Managing Differentiation and Integration (Boston: Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1967).