Accounting for Scotland's water: Uncovering the interdependence of governance structures and accountability practice

S.L. Russell, I. Thomson

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Abstract

This paper on accounting for Scotland's water was presented at the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) annual conference in September 2005. It covers the uncovering of interdependence of governance structures and accountability practice.

Conference

Conference17th UK Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research Congress
CitySt Andrews, Scotland
Period5/09/057/09/05

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accountability
water
environmental accounting

Keywords

  • accounting
  • finance
  • accountability
  • governance
  • accounting policy
  • Scotland's water
  • environmental accounting
  • accounting research

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Russell, S. L., & Thomson, I. (2005). Accounting for Scotland's water: Uncovering the interdependence of governance structures and accountability practice. Paper presented at 17th UK Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research Congress, St Andrews, Scotland, .
Russell, S.L. ; Thomson, I. / Accounting for Scotland's water: Uncovering the interdependence of governance structures and accountability practice. Paper presented at 17th UK Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research Congress, St Andrews, Scotland, .
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Accounting for Scotland's water: Uncovering the interdependence of governance structures and accountability practice. / Russell, S.L.; Thomson, I.

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