His primary areas of study are Public relations, Irish, Sustainability reporting, Accountability and Social accounting. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Legitimacy and Management control system. His work deals with themes such as State and Limited company, which intersect with Legitimacy.
His Sustainability reporting research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sustainability accounting, Stakeholder and Accounting, Audit. His Accounting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sustainability organizations and Social sustainability. Brendan O'Dwyer interconnects Scope, Scrutiny and Public administration in the investigation of issues within Accountability.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Accountability, Accounting, Audit and Public administration. His work on Corporate social responsibility, Sustainability reporting and Stakeholder as part of his general Public relations study is frequently connected to Irish, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Sustainability reporting research incorporates elements of Sustainability accounting, Sustainability organizations and Financial Audit.
Brendan O'Dwyer has included themes like Scrutiny, Social accounting, Framing and Development aid in his Accountability study. As part of the same scientific family, Brendan O'Dwyer usually focuses on Accounting, concentrating on Transparency and intersecting with Public interest and Criticism. Brendan O'Dwyer studied Audit and Legitimacy that intersect with Equator Principles.
His main research concerns Public relations, Accounting, Accountability, Audit and Public administration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organizational field, Field and Value in addition to Public relations. In his study, Sustainability accounting is inextricably linked to Sustainability reporting, which falls within the broad field of Accounting.
His study in Accountability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Corporate social responsibility, Framing and Grassroots. His Audit study combines topics in areas such as Constitution and Management control system. His biological study deals with issues like Corporate governance, which deal with fields such as Demise.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Accounting, Sustainability reporting, Accountability, Value and Public relations. In general Accounting study, his work on Audit and Financial Audit often relates to the realm of Materiality and Term, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His study connects Boundary-work and Sustainability reporting.
His studies deal with areas such as Governmentality, Framing, Good governance and Public administration as well as Accountability. His studies in Value integrate themes in fields like Organizational field, Stakeholder, Focus group and Grassroots. He performs multidisciplinary study on Public relations and Aid effectiveness in his works.
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Managerial perceptions of corporate social disclosure: An Irish story
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2002)
Assurance Statement Practice in Environmental, Social and Sustainability Reporting: A Critical Evaluation
Brendan O'Dwyer;David L. Owen.
British Accounting Review (2005)
Conceptions of corporate social responsibility: the nature of managerial capture
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2003)
Seeking legitimacy for new assurance forms: The case of assurance on sustainability reporting
Brendan O’Dwyer;David Owen;Jeffrey Unerman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2011)
Sustainability Accounting and Accountability
Jan Bebbington;Jeffrey Unerman;Brendan O'Dwyer.
The paradox of greater NGO accountability:A case study of Amnesty Ireland
Brendan O’Dwyer;Jeffrey Unerman.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2008)
Theorising accountability for NGO advocacy
Jeffrey Unerman;Brendan O'Dwyer.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2006)
User needs in sustainability reporting: Perspectives of stakeholders in Ireland
Brendan O'Dwyer;Jeffrey Unerman;Elaine Hession.
European Accounting Review (2005)
Seeking Legitimacy for New Assurance Forms: The Case of Assurance on Sustainability Reporting
Brendan O'Dwyer;David Owen;Jeffrey Uneman.
Social Science Research Network (2011)
The construction of a social account: a case study in an overseas aid agency
Accounting Organizations and Society (2005)
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