10. Globalisation, accounting and the war on corruption


Organizers: Dr. Audrey S Paterson, | Dr William Jackson, Professor Patrizia Gazzola

Papers could be on, but are not restricted to, the following topics in relation to responses to fraud, corruption, other threats to life or property and other instances of extreme unethical behaviour:

  • Aspects of governmental accounting and accountability linked to neo-liberal ideologies that have successfully reduced fraud and/or corruption in transitional, developing and less developed economies.
  • Aspects of governmental accounting and accountability that have emerged from local institutions in non-developed countries in response to global pressures.
  • Instances of developments that occurred in non-developed countries that have impacted on practice in the developed world.
  • Corporate responses to attempts to reduce corruption, particularly in a multinational context.