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Environmental accounting in China: the case of a medium sized Chinese state owned enterprise
(Department of Accounting and Finance, De Montfort University, Leicester, 2014-09)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the discussions about the radical change that is required if any notion of sustainability is to hold in the future. It is hypothesised that developments in environmental ...
An examination of Chinese responses to sustainability accountability: the move towards ecological civilization from a Foucauldian episteme-change perspective
(: ISDRS and theCenter for Environmental and Sustainability Research, School of Science and Technology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2016-07)
This paper considers that the contingencies in place in China around sustainability are unique for a major emerging economy. Chinese actors in the sustainability network are dominated by government, not corporations, and ...
Does (or can) Confucianism inform environmental accounting and reporting in China
(Centre for Global Finance, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, 2009)
This paper seeks to do two things: Firstly it reviews some of the literature on both Confucianism and its application to business. Secondly it outlines a proposed research project that will further explore the usefulness ...
The prospects for environmental accounting and accountability in China
Foucault’s ideas on episteme change are used to help understand change taking place in China from the “industrial civilization” to an “ecological civilization”. If episteme change is taking place this could be reflected ...