His main research concerns Accounting, Management control system, Control, Accounting information system and Variety. His work in the fields of Management accounting overlaps with other areas such as Development. His Management accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Accounting research, Economy and Monopoly.
Trevor Hopper works mostly in the field of Management control system, limiting it down to concerns involving Legitimacy and, occasionally, Financial plan, Function and Industrial relations. His work deals with themes such as Multinational corporation and Enterprise resource planning, which intersect with Control. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including State, Independence, Bureaucracy and Accountability.
Accounting, Management accounting, Accountability, Corporate governance and Accounting reform are his primary areas of study. His Accounting research integrates issues from Public sector and Democracy, Politics. The various areas that Trevor Hopper examines in his Management accounting study include Organizational studies, Organizational commitment, Public relations and New public management.
His Accountability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Financial market, Telecommunications, Transparency, Audit and Good governance. The concepts of his Accounting reform study are interwoven with issues in Government, Local government, Face and Corruption. His research integrates issues of Social accounting and International Financial Reporting Standards in his study of Environmental accounting.
His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Accounting reform, Corporate governance, Corruption and Government. His studies in Accounting integrate themes in fields like Accountability and Democracy, Politics. His research investigates the connection between Accounting reform and topics such as Face that intersect with issues in Capital, Industrial relations, Restructuring and Applied economics.
His Corporate governance study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neocolonialism and Political history. His research in Corruption intersects with topics in Accounting information system, Natural resource and World population. His Positive accounting study combines topics in areas such as Social accounting, Management accounting, Developmental state and Value.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental accounting, Social accounting, Management accounting, Accounting and Positive accounting. He interconnects Fund accounting, International Financial Reporting Standards, Public sector, Social theory and National accounts in the investigation of issues within Environmental accounting. Trevor Hopper combines subjects such as Private sector, Institutional theory, Corporate governance and Public relations with his study of Social accounting.
His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Government, Structural adjustment, Accounting reform, Political history and Corruption.
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MAKING SENSE OF RESEARCH INTO THE ORGANIZATIONAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING: A REVIEW OF ITS UNDERLYING ASSUMPTIONS 
Trevor Hopper;Andrew Powell.
Journal of Management Studies (1985)
A 'time' space odyssey': Management control systems in two multinational organisations
Paolo Quattrone;Trevor Hopper.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2005)
What does organizational change mean?: Speculations on a taken for granted category
Paolo Quattrone;Trevor Hopper.
Management Accounting Research (2001)
Cost accounting, controlling labour and the rise of conglomerates
Trevor Hopper;Peter Armstrong.
web science (1991)
THE NEW ACCOUNTING HISTORY: AN INTRODUCTION.
Peter Miller;Trevor Hopper;Richard Laughlin.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1991)
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)
Management accounting in less developed countries: what is known and needs knowing
Trevor Hopper;Mathew Tsamenyi;Shahzad Uddin;Danture Wickramasinghe.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2009)
Accounting for accounting: Towards the development of a dialectical view
Trevor Hopper;John Storey;Hugh Willmott.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1987)
Management control, culture and ethnicity in a Chinese Indonesian company
Sujoko Efferin;Trevor Hopper;Trevor Hopper.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2007)
A Bangladesh soap opera: privatisation, accounting, and regimes of control in a less developed country
Shahzad Uddin;Trevor Hopper.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2001)
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