His primary areas of study are Accounting, Audit, Public relations, Chief audit executive and Argument. His work in the fields of Accounting, such as Audit committee, intersects with other areas such as Third line. His work carried out in the field of Audit brings together such families of science as Accountability, Order, Consolidation, Impartiality and Institutionalisation.
His Public relations research includes elements of Superficiality, Performance measurement, Independence and Representation. Yves Gendron has researched Chief audit executive in several fields, including Administration, Accounting research and New public management. His work is dedicated to discovering how Argument, Space are connected with Action, Consistency, Power and Control and other disciplines.
His main research concerns Public relations, Accounting, Audit, Accounting research and Legitimacy. His research integrates issues of Chief audit executive, Corporate governance and Set in his study of Public relations. His work deals with themes such as Qualitative research, Field and Finance, which intersect with Accounting.
His Audit study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Control, Consolidation, Accountability and Professional association. His Accounting research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social constructionism, Constitution, Michel foucault and Openness to experience. His Legitimacy research incorporates themes from Neoliberalism, Governmentality and Credibility.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Public relations, Positive economics, Accounting, Ethos and Credibility. Yves Gendron integrates several fields in his works, including Public relations and Perspective. The Positive economics study combines topics in areas such as Social constructionism, Accounting research, Gatekeeping, Boundary and Field.
His research integrates issues of Qualitative research, Emulation and Premise in his study of Accounting. His Ethos study incorporates themes from Order, Persuasion and Rationality. His Action study deals with Corporate governance intersecting with Risk management.
Yves Gendron spends much of his time researching Framing, Public relations, Accounting, Positive economics and Premise. His Framing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Legitimacy, Social issues and Personality. His work deals with themes such as Employability, Social work and Beneficiary, which intersect with Public relations.
Yves Gendron interconnects Autonomy, Heteronomy and Emulation in the investigation of issues within Accounting. He has researched Positive economics in several fields, including Gatekeeping, Accounting research, Boundary and Field. His Premise study typically links adjacent topics like Qualitative research.
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The organizational context of professionalism in accounting
Roy Suddaby;Yves Gendron;Helen Lam.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2009)
Strengthening the Financial Reporting System: Can Audit Committees Deliver?
Jean Bédard;Yves Gendron.
International Journal of Auditing (2010)
On the constitution of audit committee effectiveness
Yves Gendron;Jean Bédard.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2006)
The construction of auditing expertise in measuring government performance
Yves Gendron;David J. Cooper;Barbara Townley.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2007)
Getting Inside the Black Box: A Field Study of Practices in “Effective” Audit Committees
Yves Gendron;Jean Be´dard;Maurice Gosselin.
Ear and Hearing (2004)
In the name of accountability ‐State auditing, independence and new public management
Yves Gendron;David J. Cooper;Barbara Townley.
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal (2001)
Re-Theorizing Change: Institutional Experimentation and the Struggle for Domination in the Field of Public Accounting
Bertrand Malsch;Yves Gendron.
Journal of Management Studies (2013)
Constituting the Academic Performer: The Spectre of Superficiality and Stagnation in Academia
European Accounting Review (2008)
Sustainable Development and Certification Practices: Lessons Learned and Prospects
Olivier Boiral;Yves Gendron.
Business Strategy and The Environment (2011)
Identity narratives under threat: A study of former members of Arthur Andersen
Yves Gendron;Laura F. Spira.
Accounting Organizations and Society (2010)
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