AbstractThis overview explains the perceived origins of the candidates research record beginning with the study and work experiences which led the candidate to the research work that has taken up the majority of his professional career.
The overview then considers a number of important publications in three groups which, it is argued, have influenced others interested in social and environmental accounting. In addition some investigation of the extent of citation of the candidates work has been reported herein, together with details of a number of publications that have reproduced the candidates work as examples of important contributions to the study of this sub-branch of accounting.
The overview concludes with statements justifying the overall contribution as being worthy of consideration for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by publication.
|Date of Award||Feb 2006|