His primary areas of investigation include Accounting, Audit, Public relations, Accounting information system and New public management. His Accounting study incorporates themes from Legitimacy and Diversification. His studies in Audit integrate themes in fields like Multinational corporation, Accounting research and Globalization.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Identity, Corporate governance, Field and Power. As a part of the same scientific family, David J. Cooper mostly works in the field of Identity, focusing on Professional services and, on occasion, Political economy. His work deals with themes such as Organizational effectiveness, Creativity, Ideology and Budgetary Control, which intersect with Accounting information system.
David J. Cooper mainly focuses on Accounting, Public relations, Accounting information system, Audit and Management accounting. He has researched Accounting in several fields, including Legitimacy, Politics and Corporate governance. His research integrates issues of Identity and Negotiation in his study of Public relations.
His Accounting information system research incorporates themes from Production and Process management. His Audit study which covers New public management that intersects with Accountability. His Management accounting study also includes fields such as
David J. Cooper mostly deals with Corporate governance, Accounting, Accountability, Performance measurement and Knowledge management. His work blends Accounting and Stock studies together. His Accountability research includes elements of Accounting information system, International development and Social movement.
In Accounting information system, David J. Cooper works on issues like Process management, which are connected to Coordination failure. His Performance measurement study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Legitimacy, Multinational corporation and Performance management. His study looks at the relationship between Knowledge management and topics such as Balanced scorecard, which overlap with Actor–network theory, Control, Management accounting, Dialogic and Organizational performance.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Performance measurement, Accounting, Management accounting and Balanced scorecard. His Performance measurement research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Multinational corporation, Performance management, Corporation and Process management. His work in Process management tackles topics such as Accountability which are related to areas like Accounting information system, Management system, Field research and Strategic planning.
With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Accounting and Stock. His research in Management accounting intersects with topics in Control, Actor–network theory, Documentary evidence and Agency. His Corporate governance research incorporates elements of Time horizon and Public administration.
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Business Planning as Pedagogy: Language and Control in a Changing Institutional Field.
Leslie S. Oakes;Barbara Townley;David J. Cooper.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1998)
The value of corporate accounting reports: Arguments for a political economy of accounting ☆
David J. Cooper;Michael J. Sherer.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1984)
Accounting, professions and regulation: Locating the sites of professionalization
David J. Cooper;Keith Robson.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2006)
Sedimentation and Transformation in Organizational Change: The Case of Canadian Law Firms:
David J. Cooper;Bob Hinings;Royston Greenwood;John L. Brown.
Organization Studies (1996)
Transnational regulation of professional services: Governance dynamics of field level organizational change
Roy Suddaby;David J. Cooper;Royston Greenwood.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2007)
Fabricating budgets: A study of the production of management budgeting in the national health service
Alistair M. Preston;David J. Cooper;Rod W. Coombs.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1992)
Case Study Research in Accounting
David J. Cooper;Wayne Morgan.
Accounting Horizons (2008)
Modes of regulation in advanced capitalism: Locating accountancy in four countries
A.G. Puxty;Hugh C. Willmott;David J. Cooper;Tony Lowe.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1987)
MANAGEMENT CONTROL IN AN AREA OF THE NCB: RATIONALES OF ACCOUNTING PRACTICES IN A PUBLIC ENTERPRISE.
A.J. Berry;T. Capps;D. Cooper;P. Ferguson.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1985)
Performance Measures and the Rationalization of Organizations
Barbara Townley;David J. Cooper;Leslie Oakes.
Organization Studies (2003)
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