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EEFAG Core members publications ranked 4*, FT TOP 50 Journals and 3* with a high impact factor (2014+).


  • Leventis, S., Dedoulis, E. & Abdelsalam, O. (2018). The Impact of Religiosity on Audit Pricing. Journal of Business Ethics.


  • Adams, C. (2017). Conceptualising the contemporary corporate value creation processes. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 30(4): 906-931.
  • Davie, S.S. & McLean, T. 2017). Accounting, Cultural Hybridisation & Colonial Globalisation: A Case of British Civilising Mission in Fiji. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 30(4): 932-954.
  • Denedo, M, Thomson, I, Yonekura, A (2017) "International advocacy NGOs, counter accounting, accountability and engagement", Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 30 Issue: 6, pp.1309-1343,
  • Hsu, H., Lin, C.-H. & Tsao, S.-M. (2017). Founding Family and Auditor Choice: Evidence from Taiwan. Corporate Governance: An International Review.
  • McGovern, T. & McLean, T. (2017). The genesis of the electricity supply industry in Britain: A case study of NESCo from 1889 to 1914. Business History 59(5): 667-689.
  • Mclean, T. & McGovern, T. (2017). Costing for strategy development and analysis in an emerging industry: The Newcastle Upon Tyne Electric Supply Company, 1889-1914. British Accounting Review 49(3): 294-315.


  • Adams, C.A., Potter, B., Singh, P.J. & York, J. (2016). Exploring the implications of integrated reporting for social investment (disclosures). The British Accounting Review 48(3): 283-296.
  • Ahrens, T. & Ferry, L. (2016). Institutional entrepreneurship, practice memory, and cultural memory: Choice and creativity in the pursuit of endogenous change of local authority budgeting. Management Accounting Research.
  • Gebreiter, G. & Ferry, L. (2016). Accounting and the 'insoluble' problem of health-care costs. European Accounting Review 25(4): 719-733.
  • McPhail, K.J. & Adams, C.A. (2016). Corporate respect for Human Rights: meaning, scope, and the shifting order of discourse. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 29(4): 650-678.
  • Platonova, E., Asutay, M., Dixon, R. & Mohammad, S. (2016). The Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure on Financial Performance: Evidence from the GCC Islamic Banking Sector. Journal of Business Ethics.


  • Ahrens, T. & Ferry, L. (2015). Newcastle City Council and the grassroots: Accountability and budgeting under austerity. Accounting, Accountability and Auditing Journal 28(6): 909-933.
  • Belal, A., Abdelsalam, O. & Nizamee, S. (2015). Ethical Reporting in Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (1983-2010). Journal of Business Ethics 129(4): 769-784.
  • Ferry, L. & Eckersley, P. (2015). Accountability and transparency: A nuanced response to Etzioni. Public Administration Review 75(1): 11-12.
  • He, G (2015) "The effect of CEO inside debt holdings on financial reporting quality", Review of Accounting Studies, 20, 1, 501-536
  • McLean, T., McGovern, T. & Davie, S. (2015). Management accounting, engineering and the management of company growth: Clarke Chapman, 1864-1914. The British Accounting Review 47(2): 177-190.
  • Slack, R., Corlett, S. & Morris, R. (2015). Exploring employee engagement with (corporate) social responsibility a social exchange perspective on organisational participation. Journal of Business Ethics 127(3): 537-548.


  • Abdelsalam, O., Duygun, D., Matallín-Sáez, J.C. & Tortosa-Ausina, E. (2014). Do ethics imply persistence? The case of Islamic and socially responsible funds. Journal of Banking & Finance 40: 182-194.
  • Eckersley, P., Ferry, L. & Zakaria, Z. (2014). A 'panoptical' or 'synoptical' approach to monitoring performance? Local public services in England and the widening accountability gap. Critical Perspectives on Accounting 25(6): 529-538.
  • Hsu, H. & Wu, C.Y. (2014). Board composition, grey directors and corporate failure in the UK. The British Accounting Review 46(3): 215-227.
  • Jizi, M., Salama, A., Dixon, R. & Stratling, R. (2014). Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure: Evidence from the US Banking Sector. Journal of Business Ethics 125(4): 601-615.