Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Accounting, Sustainable development, Environmental accounting, Accountability and Positive accounting are his primary areas of study. His Accounting research incorporates elements of Sustainability organizations and Public relations. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Sustainable development, International development, Environmental law, Premise and Environmental ethics is strongly linked to Perception.
His studies in Environmental accounting integrate themes in fields like Outcome and Sustainability science. The Positive accounting study combines topics in areas such as Organizational change, Positive economics, Environmental philosophy and Negotiation. His research in Accounting information system intersects with topics in Valuation and Management accounting.
Jan Bebbington mostly deals with Accounting, Sustainable development, Environmental accounting, Public relations and Accountability. His research in the fields of Environmental full-cost accounting, Social accounting, Financial accounting and Accounting information system overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. His Sustainable development research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental ethics, Environmental resource management, Sustainability organizations and Social sustainability.
His research investigates the connection with Environmental accounting and areas like Positive accounting which intersect with concerns in Audit and Social science. His study on Corporate social responsibility is often connected to Theme as part of broader study in Public relations. The study incorporates disciplines such as Corporate sustainability, Management and Valuation in addition to Accountability.
Jan Bebbington mainly investigates Accounting, Sustainable development, Environmental accounting, Context and Accountability. Accounting and Sustainability science are frequently intertwined in his study. His Sustainable development research incorporates elements of Higher education, Accounting research, Originality and Scholarship.
The various areas that he examines in his Environmental accounting study include Outcome and Estimation. He has researched Accountability in several fields, including Sustainability accounting, Sustainability organizations and Social accounting. His Sustainability accounting study combines topics in areas such as Management, Management accounting, Public relations and Social sustainability.
His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Sustainable development, Context, Accountability and Social accounting. His study in the field of Environmental full-cost accounting also crosses realms of Term. His Sustainable development research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Accounting research and Environmental accounting.
Jan Bebbington has included themes like Outcome and Sustainability science in his Environmental accounting study. His work deals with themes such as Action, Scholarship, Sustainability accounting, Sustainability organizations and Field, which intersect with Accountability. His Social accounting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stakeholder engagement, Higher education and Organisational change.
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Accounting for the Environment
Rob Gray;Jan Bebbington;Martin Houldin.
Corporate social reporting and reputation risk management
Jan Bebbington;Carlos Larrinaga;Jose M. Moneva.
An account of sustainability: Failure, success and a reconceptualization
Jan Bebbington;Rob Gray.
NGOs, civil society and accountability: making the people accountable to capital
Rob Gray;Jan Bebbington;David Collison.
Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: An enabling role for accounting research
Jan Bebbington;Jeffrey Unerman.
Sustainable development: a review of the international development, business and accounting literature
Accounting and sustainable development: An exploration
Jan Bebbington;Carlos Larrinaga.
Accounting technologies and sustainability assessment models
Jan Bebbington;Judy Brown;Bob Frame.
Environmental accounting, managerialism and sustainability: Is the planet safe in the hands of business and accounting?
Rob Gray;Jan Bebbington.
Carbon Trading: Accounting and Reporting Issues
Jan Bebbington;Carlos Larrinaga-González.
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