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Dr Victoria Pagan
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Dr Stefanie Reissner
Agonistic pluralism and accountable selves in global agendas2019
Dr Clare Butler
Professor Kathryn Haynes
‘Passionate and professional’: reconciling logics in public service accounting2018
Professor Alan Murray
Professor Kathryn Haynes
The Circular Economy: An interdisciplinary exploration of the concept and application in a global context2017
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Exploring metaphors of capitals and the framing of multiple capitals: Challenges and opportunities for < IR >2015
Professor Kathryn Haynes
A Two-Year Stretch: The Functions of an Identity Workspace in Mid-Career Identity Work by Management Academics2014
Dr Jane Gibbon
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Building Excellence as an Internationally Recognised Business School2014
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Education for Sustainable Development, The UNGC PRME Initiative, and the Sustainability Literacy test: Measuring and Assessing Success2014
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Gender Equality in Responsible Management Education and Research2014
Dr Clare Butler
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Accounting for society: the emotional labour of public service accountants2013
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Gender and Diversity Challenges in Professional Services Firms2013
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Managing Services: Challenges and Innovation2013
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Sexuality and sexual symbolism as processes of gendered identity formation: An autoethnography of an accounting firm2013
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Body Beautiful? Gender, Identity and the Body in Professional Services Firms2012
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Corporate Social Responsibility: A Research Handbook2012
Professor Kathryn Haynes
In conflicting paradigms of Corporate Social Responsibility, whither social justice?2012
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Introduction: Corporate Social Responsibility – A Research Agenda2012
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Reflexivity in qualitative research2012
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Accounting for Impact?: Accounting research engaging with business, practice and the profession2011
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Alternatives to the Partnership Track: New Horizon or Dead End for Female Lawyers and Accountants?2011
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Tensions in (Re)presenting the Self in Reflexive Autoethnographical Research2011
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Body Beautiful: Gender, Work and the Body in Professional Services Firms2010
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Collaborating to Achieve Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability? Possibilities and problems2010
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Other Lives in Accounting: Critical Reflections on Oral History Methodology in Action2010
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Tensions in (re)presenting the self in reflexive autobiographical research2010
Professor Kathryn Haynes
A Sustainable Development Policy and Small Business Engagement - A Case Study of an Environmental Quality Mark2009
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Collaborating to achieve Corporate Social Responsibility?: Possibilities and Problem2009
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Reimag(in)ing the professional body in accounting and law: Lessons for the future from the past?2009
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Response from AIM Service Fellows Cohort on "Strengthening EU Services"2009
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Sexual symbolism as a gendering process: A case study of an accounting firm2009
Professor Kathryn Haynes
(Re)figuring Accounting and Maternal Bodies: The Gendered Embodiment of Accounting Professionals2008
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Exploring OurSelves: Exploiting and Resisting Gendered Identities of Women Academics in Accounting and Management2008
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Moving the Gender Agenda or Stirring Chicken's Entrails?: Where Next for Feminist Methodologies in Accounting?2008
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Power and politics in gender research: a research note from the discipline of accounting2008
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Transforming Identities: Accounting Professionals and the Transition to Motherhood2008
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Sexuality, Sexual Symbolism and Organisational Culture: A Case Study of an Accounting Firm2007
Professor Kathryn Haynes
A Therapeutic Journey?: Reflections on the Impact of Research on Researcher and Particpants2006
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Exploring Ourselves: Using autobiography to reflect upon identity and the management of the work/life interface2006
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Linking Narrative and Identity Construction: Using Autobiography in Accounting Research2006
Professor Kathryn Haynes
Other Lives in Accounting: Critical Reflections on Oral History Methodology in Action2006
Professor Kathryn Haynes
(Re)figuring Accounting and MAternal Bodies: the gendered embodiment of accounting professionals2005
Dr Patrick Reedy
Professor Kathryn Haynes
I Did it My Way: Stories of professional and managerial identity2002