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Accounting, expertise and the politics of the product: economic citizenship and modes of corporate governance. (The Appeal of Other Voices: Accounting as a Social Practice: Perspectives from the Humanities)

Miller, Peter ; O' Leary, Ted

Accounting, Organizations and Society, Feb-April, 1993, Vol.18(2-3), p.187(20) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Accounting, expertise and the politics of the product: economic citizenship and modes of corporate governance. (The Appeal of Other Voices: Accounting as a Social Practice: Perspectives from the Humanities)
  • Autor: Miller, Peter ; O' Leary, Ted
  • Assuntos: Corporate Governance -- Methods ; Accounting -- Usage ; Manufacturing -- Accounting And Auditing
  • É parte de: Accounting, Organizations and Society, Feb-April, 1993, Vol.18(2-3), p.187(20)
  • Descrição: Current political and economic debate about the competencies and strategies involved in American factory and manufacturing processes includes the accounting practice as integral to the constant development of corporate governance modes. Termed the 'politics of the product,' the debate centers on attempts to change the ways and means of representing and managing production processes, specifically in terms of problematizations, programmes and technologies. Reforms of accounting's calculative tools such as the use of activity based costing, go beyond mere representation of manufacturing systems into the realm of the promotion of a new brand of economic citizenship. As such, accounting reform is intrinsic to new developments in the regulation of economic life.

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