Carolyn Cordery
Carolyn Cordery
Professor in Accounting, Aston University
Adresse e-mail validée de aston.ac.uk
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Measuring performance in the third sector
C Cordery, R Sinclair
Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 2013
1112013
The value of public sector audit: Literature and history
D Hay, C Cordery
Journal of Accounting Literature 40, 1-15, 2018
1022018
Charity transgressions, trust and accountability
CJ Cordery, RF Baskerville
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 22 …, 2011
862011
Three models, one goal: Assessing financial vulnerability in New Zealand amateur sports clubs
CJ Cordery, D Sim, RF Baskerville
Sport Management Review 16 (2), 186-199, 2013
742013
Charity financial reporting regulation: a comparative study of the UK and New Zealand
CJ Cordery, RF Baskerville
Accounting History 12 (1), 7-27, 2007
732007
Regulating small and medium charities: Does it improve transparency and accountability?
C Cordery
Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 24 …, 2013
702013
A solution looking for a problem: factors associated with the non‐adoption of XBRL
CJ Cordery, CJ Fowler, K Mustafa
Pacific Accounting Review, 2011
622011
Accounting history and religion: A review of studies and a research agenda
C Cordery
Accounting History 20 (4), 430-463, 2015
542015
Differentiated regulation: The case of charities
CJ Cordery, D Sim, T van Zijl
Accounting & Finance 57 (1), 131-164, 2017
512017
Hallowed treasures: sacred, secular and the Wesleyan Methodists in New Zealand, 1819–1840
C Cordery
Accounting History 11 (2), 199-220, 2006
502006
Supreme audit institutions and public value: Demonstrating relevance
CJ Cordery, D Hay
Financial Accountability & Management 35 (2), 128-142, 2019
422019
Hegemony, stakeholder salience and the construction of accountability in the charity sector
CJ Cordery, RF Baskerville
Victoria University of Wellington, 2005
412005
Accountability and not‐for‐profit organisations: Implications for developing international financial reporting standards
L Crawford, GG Morgan, CJ Cordery
Financial Accountability & Management 34 (2), 181-205, 2018
372018
Control or collaboration? Contrasting accountability relationships in the primary health sector
C Cordery, R Baskerville, B Porter
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2010
372010
Funding social services: An historical analysis of responsibility for citizens’ welfare in New Zealand
CJ Cordery
Accounting History 17 (3-4), 463-480, 2012
302012
NGO accounting and accountability: past, present and future
C Cordery, AR Belal, I Thomson
Accounting Forum 43 (1), 1-15, 2019
292019
From community to public ownership: A tale of changing accountabilities
CJ Fowler, CJ Cordery
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2015
282015
Towards communicating the value of volunteers: lessons from the field
CJ Cordery, SB Proctor-Thomson, KA Smith
Public Money & Management 33 (1), 47-54, 2013
282013
Charity registration and reporting: a cross-jurisdictional and theoretical analysis of regulatory impact
C Cordery, M Deguchi
Public Management Review 20 (9), 1332-1352, 2018
272018
Dominant stakeholders, activity and accountability discharge in the CSO sector
CJ Cordery, D Sim
Financial Accountability & Management 34 (1), 77-96, 2018
272018
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