His primary scientific interests are in Accounting, Field, Faith, Accounting information system and Professionalization. His work on Management accounting and Positive accounting as part of general Accounting research is frequently linked to Field and Situated, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Management accounting research integrates issues from Naturalistic observation, Institutional theory, Meaning and Discipline.
His Field research includes themes of Management, Activity-based costing and Knowledge management. The Faith study combines topics in areas such as Ideal type, Public relations and Representation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Closure, Colonialism and State in addition to Professionalization.
Wai Fong Chua mostly deals with Accounting, Management accounting, Public relations, Field and Accounting research. His study in the fields of Accounting information system under the domain of Accounting overlaps with other disciplines such as Situated. His studies deal with areas such as Action, Positive accounting, Field research and Accounting management as well as Management accounting.
Wai Fong Chua has included themes like Knowledge management and Representation in his Public relations study. His Field research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Ontology, Practice theory, Officer and Finance. His Accounting research study combines topics in areas such as Social science and Actor–network theory.
His primary areas of investigation include Accounting, Actor–network theory, Accounting research, Accountability and Public administration. His Accounting study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Disappointment, Outsourcing and Public relations. His research investigates the link between Accounting research and topics such as Accounting practices that cross with problems in Politics.
His Accountability research incorporates elements of Accounting information system, Accounting management, Stakeholder, Management accounting and China. His Management accounting study incorporates themes from Comparison of management accounting and financial accounting, Transparency, Financial accounting and Transparency. Wai Fong Chua combines subjects such as East Asia, Professionalization and Audit with his study of Public administration.
His main research concerns Accounting, Positivism, Accounting research, Diversity and Field. In the subject of general Accounting, his work in Comparison of management accounting and financial accounting is often linked to Noun, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Wai Fong Chua has researched Comparison of management accounting and financial accounting in several fields, including Stakeholder, Transparency, Accountability and Accounting management.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Accounting information system and Management accounting. His Field research includes elements of Phenomenon and Everyday life. His studies in Disappointment integrate themes in fields like Distrust, Order and Alliance.
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Radical Developments in Accounting Thought
Wai Fong Chua.
Assurance on sustainability reports: an international comparison
Roger Simnett;Ann Vanstraelen;Wai Fong Chua.
The Accounting Review (2009)
A Field Study of Control System “Redesign”: The Impact of Institutional Processes on Strategic Choice*
Margaret A. Abernethy;Wai Fong Chua.
Contemporary Accounting Research (1996)
The role of actor-networks and boundary objects in management accounting change: a field study of an implementation of activity-based costing
Michael Briers;Wai Fong Chua.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2001)
Alternative management accounting research—whence and whither
Jane Baxter;Wai Fong Chua.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2003)
Experts, networks and inscriptions in the fabrication of accounting images: A story of the representation of three public hospitals
Wai Fong Chua.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1995)
Accounting change as relational drifting: A field study of experiments with performance measurement☆
Paul Andon;Jane Baxter;Wai Fong Chua.
Management Accounting Research (2007)
The rise and rise of IFRS: An examination of IFRS diffusion
Wai Fong Chua;Stephen L. Taylor.
Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (2008)
The dynamics of “closure” amidst the construction of market, profession, empire and nationhood: An historical analysis of an Australian accounting association, 1886–1903
W.F. Chua;C. Poullaos.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1998)
Rethinking the profession-state dynamic: The case of the Victorian charter attempt, 1885–1906
Wai Fong Chua;Chris Poullaos.
Accounting Organizations and Society (1993)
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