2022 - Research.com Business and Management in Australia Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Australia Leader Award
James Guthrie mainly focuses on Accounting, Public sector, Intellectual capital, Public relations and Human resource management. His Accounting research includes themes of Private sector and Value. James Guthrie has researched Public sector in several fields, including Financial management, Accountability, Public administration, Audit and Sustainability reporting.
His work deals with themes such as Environmental accounting, Marketing, Individual capital, Content analysis and Field, which intersect with Intellectual capital. His Public relations research incorporates elements of Environmental disclosure, Promotion, Public policy and Legitimacy theory. His Human resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organizational effectiveness, Organizational behavior and human resources, Human resources, Labour economics and Competitive advantage.
His primary areas of investigation include Accounting, Public sector, Intellectual capital, Public relations and Accountability. His research integrates issues of Sample and Value in his study of Accounting. James Guthrie combines subjects such as Government, Private sector, Financial management and Public administration with his study of Public sector.
In his research, Developing country is intimately related to Human capital, which falls under the overarching field of Intellectual capital. His studies examine the connections between Public relations and genetics, as well as such issues in Public policy, with regards to Higher education. James Guthrie integrates several fields in his works, including Marketing and Beverage industry.
James Guthrie mostly deals with Accounting, Intellectual capital, Public sector, Integrated reporting and Content analysis. His Accounting research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Originality and Accountability. James Guthrie works mostly in the field of Originality, limiting it down to topics relating to Public relations and, in certain cases, Social accounting.
His Intellectual capital research includes elements of Corporate communication, Normative and Capital market. His study in Public sector is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Performance management, Research Assessment Exercise and Public service, Public administration. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sustainability reporting, Integrative thinking, Field and Process management in addition to Integrated reporting.
His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Accounting research, Originality, Intellectual capital and Public sector. His Accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Content analysis and Integrated reporting. James Guthrie interconnects Positive accounting, Citation, Accountability, Government and Scholarship in the investigation of issues within Accounting research.
His research in Originality intersects with topics in Sample and Public relations. The Relational capital research James Guthrie does as part of his general Intellectual capital study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Structural capital, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. He combines subjects such as Empirical research, Corporate governance, Research Assessment Exercise and Central government with his study of Public sector.
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High-Involvement Work Practices, Turnover, and Productivity: Evidence from New Zealand
James P. Guthrie.
Academy of Management Journal (2001)
Corporate Social Reporting: A Rebuttal of Legitimacy Theory
James Guthrie;Lee D. Parker.
Accounting and Business Research (1989)
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LABOR PRODUCTIVITY: DOES INDUSTRY MATTER?
Deepak K. Datta;James P. Guthrie;Patrick M. Wright.
Academy of Management Journal (2005)
Using content analysis as a research method to inquire into intellectual capital reporting
J. Guthrie;R. Petty;K. Yongvanich;Federica Ricceri.
Journal of Intellectual Capital (2004)
Corporate social disclosure practice: a comparative international analysis
James Guthrie;Lee Parker.
Advances in Public Interest Accounting (1990)
INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL LITERATURE REVIEW: MEASUREMENT, REPORTING AND MANAGEMENT
Richard Petty;James Guthrie.
Journal of Intellectual Capital (2000)
Intellectual capital: Australian annual reporting practices
James Guthrie;Richard Petty.
Journal of Intellectual Capital (2000)
The management, measurement and the reporting of intellectual capital
Journal of Intellectual Capital (2001)
Reflections and projections: A decade of Intellectual Capital Accounting Research
James Guthrie;Federica Ricceri;John Dumay.
British Accounting Review (2012)
An empirical investigation of annual reporting trends of intellectual capital in Sri Lanka
Indra Abeysekera;James Guthrie.
Critical Perspectives on Accounting (2005)
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