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Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Ahmad Z. Qureshi , Hassan Yazdifar
Data Source:[J].Accounting Forum, 2013, Vol.37 (3), pp.182-195Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper reports on the results of a case study that examines the effect of the contract and accounting on inter-organisational trust in an international joint venture (IJV). The empirical setting of the research was an IJV relation between a United Arab Emira...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Irvan Noormansyah , Shahzad Uddin
Data Source:[J].Accounting Forum, 2006, Vol.32 (1), pp.62-74Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper reports on the results of a case study of management controls in an Indonesian family-owned University. The paper attempts to understand the nature and dynamics of management controls in the operations of the University. Data for the analyses are gath...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Mike Bernon
Data Source:[J].Management Accounting Research, 2013, Vol.24 (3), pp.212-227Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper illustrates how interventionist research can be helpful in providing managerially relevant solutions and furthers the debate about the relationship between social science research and practice. Through this use of interventionist methods, the paper contrib...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Jennifer Mills , Ven Tauringana
Data Source:[J].Journal of African Business, 2002, Vol.3 (2), pp.85-103Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This paper reports on a field study undertaken to investigate the budgeting process in four large-scale organizations in Ghana. The perceived usefulness of the budget within these organizations was explored using data collected from questionnaires and interviews with forty-eight ...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Martin Bennett , John Black
Data Source:[J].Journal of African Business, 2004, Vol.5 (1), pp.73-92Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The main objective of this paper is to explore the perceptions which Ghanaian managers have of the purposes which budgets serve in organizations. The paper draws upon previous research concerning the link between budgets and decision-making in the developing world. The findings o...
Author:Joseph Y. Awayiga , Joseph M. Onumah , Mathew Tsamenyi
Data Source:[J].Accounting Education, 2010, Vol.19 (1-2), pp.139-158Taylor & Francis
Abstract:Accounting education has come under criticism over the past two decades for failing to meet the demands of the changing business environment. This paper presents the results of a survey of accounting graduates and employers from Ghana on the accounting knowledge and skills requir...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Nana Yaa Antwi-Gyamfi
Data Source:[J].Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies, 2017, Vol.7 (2), pp.1-32Emerald
Abstract:Subject area(#br)Entrepreneurship, Business Strategy, Leadership, Marketing and Decision-making in business. (#br)Study level/applicability(#br)This case is suitable for graduate-level programmes in business management as well as executive education programmes. (#br)Case ove...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Trevor Hopper , Shahzad Uddin
Data Source:[J].Journal of Accounting & Organizational Change, 2017, Vol.13 (2), pp.282-308Emerald
Abstract:Purpose(#br)The paper aims to examine accounting changes in the Ashanti Gold Corporation (AGC) in Ghana over 120 years from pre-colonialism to recent times and whether the framework of management accounting transformations in Hopper et al. (2009) is applicable. (#br)Design/m...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , Joseph Onumah , Edmund Tetteh-Kumah
Data Source:[J].Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 2008, Vol.21 (5), pp.428-442Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)A significant number of less developed countries (LDCs), including Ghana, have embraced the World Bank/IMF led economic reforms. Ghana has been implementing these reforms since the early 1980. One of the conditions of the reforms is the privatization of former s...
Author:Mathew Tsamenyi , John Cullen , José María González González
Data Source:[J].Management Accounting Research, 2006, Vol.17 (4), pp.409-432Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This paper reports on the results of an intensive case study that investigated changes in the accounting and financial information system of a large Spanish electricity company (Sevillana). Sevillana was acquired by the Endesa Group upon the deregulation of the ...

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