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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    How Resource Inputs And Atmosphere Affect Relationship Performance

    Firms invest in relationships with their customers to make the relationships work effectively and efficiently as conduits for transmitting and integrating resources. This paper reports on a study that assesses how the expected level of input of resources by sellers such as manufacturers and distributors into buyer-seller relationships affects the...

    Provided By AUT University

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Chinese CPA Examination - Analysis From A Foucauldian Perspective

    The purpose of this paper is to consider the effects of an accounting education acquired by attending a Chinese cram school on their graduates in Foucauldian terms: their normalisation, examination, discipline and subjugation. A triangulation of methods was employed to gather empirical data including participant observation, interviews with students and...

    Provided By AUT University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Perpspectives Of Accountability In Charities

    This paper identifies three different perspectives of accountability in charitable organisations - agency, stewardship and stakeholder. To examine current accountability practices seventy-five interviews and informal conversations with auditors/accountants, managers, board members and experts of charities in New Zealand have been undertaken. Most of the charities interviewed operated under some form...

    Provided By AUT University

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    How Resource Inputs And Atmosphere Affect Relationship Performance

    Firms invest in relationships with their customers to make the relationships work effectively and efficiently as conduits for transmitting and integrating resources. This paper reports on a study that assesses how the expected level of input of resources by sellers such as manufacturers and distributors into buyer-seller relationships affects the...

    Provided By AUT University

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Chinese CPA Examination - Analysis From A Foucauldian Perspective

    The purpose of this paper is to consider the effects of an accounting education acquired by attending a Chinese cram school on their graduates in Foucauldian terms: their normalisation, examination, discipline and subjugation. A triangulation of methods was employed to gather empirical data including participant observation, interviews with students and...

    Provided By AUT University

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Perpspectives Of Accountability In Charities

    This paper identifies three different perspectives of accountability in charitable organisations - agency, stewardship and stakeholder. To examine current accountability practices seventy-five interviews and informal conversations with auditors/accountants, managers, board members and experts of charities in New Zealand have been undertaken. Most of the charities interviewed operated under some form...

    Provided By AUT University