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Title: Accounting, transparency and the culture of spin: Re-orientating accounting communication in the new millennium
Author(s): Gallhofer, Sonja
Haslam, Jim
Morrow, Stephen
Sydserff, Robin
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Issue Date: 1999
Date Deposited: 19-Sep-2016
Citation: Gallhofer S, Haslam J, Morrow S & Sydserff R (1999) Accounting, transparency and the culture of spin: Re-orientating accounting communication in the new millennium. Pacific Accounting Review, 11 (2), pp. 97-111.
Abstract: Accounting is problematically shaped by a culture of spin. In the practice of accounting, presentational management risks assuming greater importance than an open and clear communication motivated by a concern to serve the public interest. We elaborate upon this problematic feature of contemporary practice and suggest pointers towards responding to the challenge it poses in terms of a better way for accounting in the new millennium.
DOI Link: 10.1108/eb037931
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