His primary areas of study are Accounting, Context, Government, Accounting practices and Management accounting. Kerry Jacobs interconnects Resistance, Period, Public economics and New public management in the investigation of issues within Accounting. The concepts of his Resistance study are interwoven with issues in Subject, Function and Accountability.
His research in New public management intersects with topics in Institutional theory and Organisational change, Public relations. His research integrates issues of Nursing, Project management, Service and Patient safety in his study of Government. His Management accounting research integrates issues from Agency, Performance management, Policy studies, Corporate governance and Flexibility.
His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Public administration, Public sector, Accountability and Public relations. His work deals with themes such as Government and Resistance, which intersect with Accounting. His work in Public administration tackles topics such as Legislature which are related to areas like Forms of government and Public value.
His study on Public sector also encompasses disciplines like
Kerry Jacobs spends much of his time researching Public administration, Accounting, Public sector, Politics and Public relations. The Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Institution, Power, Law and Function. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Accounting, concentrating on Government and frequently concerns with Legislation.
His Public sector research incorporates elements of Accountability and Audit. His work investigates the relationship between Politics and topics such as Legislature that intersect with problems in Public value and Index. Kerry Jacobs has included themes like Habitus, Field, General partnership and Face in his Public relations study.
Kerry Jacobs mainly focuses on Public administration, Public sector, Politics, Legislature and Accountability. Many of his research projects under Public administration are closely connected to Process with Process, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. In his work, Kerry Jacobs performs multidisciplinary research in Public sector and Focus.
Kerry Jacobs focuses mostly in the field of Politics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Public value and, in certain cases, Democracy, Institution, Test, Function and Position. His Accountability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Criticism, Corporate governance, Grand theory and New public management. His studies in New public management integrate themes in fields like Stakeholder, Public relations, Public policy and Audit.
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Organisational resistance strategies to unwanted accounting and finance changes: the case of general medical practice in the UK
Jane Broadbent;Kerry Jacobs;Richard Laughlin.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2001)
Accounting and accountability in the Iona Community
Kerry Jacobs;Stephen Paul Walker.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2004)
A process (re)turn?: Path dependencies, institutions and performance management in Swedish central government
Sven Modell;Kerry Jacobs;Fredrika Wiesel.
Management Accounting Research (2007)
Career Progression Among Female Academics: A Comparative Study of Australia and Mauritius
P. Rani Thanacoody;Timothy Bartram;Michelle Carmel Barker;Kerry Jacobs.
The sacred and the secular : examining the role of accounting in the religious context.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2005)
Making sense of social practice: theoretical pluralism in public sector accounting research
Financial Accountability and Management (2012)
Hybridisation or Polarisation: Doctors and Accounting in the UK, Germany and Italy
Financial Accountability and Management (2005)
CLASS REPRODUCTION IN PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT: EXAMINING THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION
Critical Perspectives on Accounting (2003)
VALUE FOR MONEY AUDITING IN NEW ZEALAND: COMPETING FOR CONTROL IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
British Accounting Review (1998)
Driving Public Sector Environmental Reporting: The Disclosure Practices of Australian Commonwealth Departments
Sumit Lodhia;Kerry Jacobs;Yoon Jin Park.
Public Management Review (2012)
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