Lee D. Parker focuses on Accounting, Accountability, Accounting research, Public sector and Public relations. His studies deal with areas such as Historiography, Relevance and Scope as well as Accounting. His Accountability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Corporate governance and Field.
Lee D. Parker interconnects Publishing and Social accounting in the investigation of issues within Accounting research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government, Audit and Public administration. His Public relations research includes themes of Accounting information system, Private interest, Promulgation and Meta-ethics.
Lee D. Parker mainly focuses on Accounting, Public relations, Accounting research, Accountability and Management accounting. His Accounting study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Corporate governance. In general Public relations study, his work on Stakeholder often relates to the realm of Context, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His Accounting research research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Publishing, Engineering ethics, Originality, Scholarship and Qualitative research. While the research belongs to areas of Accountability, Lee D. Parker spends his time largely on the problem of Public administration, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Public sector. He studies Public sector, focusing on New public management in particular.
Lee D. Parker spends much of his time researching Public relations, Accounting research, Context, Accountability and Accounting. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as XBRL, Public sector and Perception. His Accounting research research incorporates themes from Publishing, Discipline, Originality, Capitalism and Scholarship.
His Accountability study incorporates themes from Scientific management, Corporate governance, Audit, Legitimacy and Management control system. Lee D. Parker works mostly in the field of Scientific management, limiting it down to topics relating to Accounting records and, in certain cases, Public administration and Open plan. His study in Accounting focuses on Accounting history in particular.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Accountability, Accounting research, Scholarship and Publishing. His Public relations research incorporates elements of XBRL and Function. His research investigates the connection between Accountability and topics such as Audit that intersect with issues in New public management, Stakeholder and Public policy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Reflexivity, Visual research, Stereotype and Originality in addition to Accounting research. His Originality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adversarial system, Professional studies, Accounting and Identity. In the subject of general Accounting, his work in Accounting history is often linked to Reflection, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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Corporate Social Reporting: A Rebuttal of Legitimacy Theory
James Guthrie;Lee D. Parker.
Accounting and Business Research (1989)
The impact of corporate characteristics on social responsibility disclosure: A typology and frequency-based analysis
Scott S. Cowen;Linda B. Ferreri;Lee D. Parker.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1987)
Corporate social disclosure practice: a comparative international analysis
James Guthrie;Lee Parker.
Advances in Public Interest Accounting (1990)
Social and environmental accountability research: A view from the commentary box
Lee D. Parker.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2005)
Changing public sector accountability: critiquing new directions
Lee Parker;Graeme Gould.
Accounting Forum (1999)
Qualitative management accounting research: Assessing deliverables and relevance
Lee D. Parker;Lee D. Parker;Lee D. Parker.
Critical Perspectives on Accounting (2012)
Methodological themes: Back to the drawing board: revisiting grounded theory and the everyday accountant’s and manager’s reality
Lee D. Parker;Bet H. Roffey.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (1997)
University corporatisation: Driving redefinition
Lee Parker;Lee Parker;Lee Parker.
Critical Perspectives on Accounting (2011)
Accounting History: Definition and Relevance
Gary John Previts;Lee D. Parker;Edward N. Coffman.
An Accounting Historiography: Subject Matter and Methodology
Gary John Previts;Lee D. Parker;Edward N. Coffman.
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