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Sustainability Accounting and Accountability
M Laine, H Tregidga, J Unerman
Routledge, 2022
9172022
Words not actions! The ideological role of sustainable development reporting
MJ Milne, H Tregidga, S Walton
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 22 (8), 1211-1257, 2009
5882009
From sustainable management to sustainable development: a longitudinal analysis of a leading New Zealand environmental reporter
H Tregidga, MJ Milne
Business Strategy and the Environment 15 (4), 219-241, 2006
3322006
(Re) presenting ‘sustainable organizations’
H Tregidga, M Milne, K Kearins
Accounting, Organizations and Society 39 (6), 477-494, 2014
2802014
Biodiversity offsetting: problematisation of an emerging governance regime
H Tregidga
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 26 (5), 806-832, 2013
1662013
The triple-bottom-line: benchmarking New Zealand’s early reporters
MJ Milne, H Tregidga, S Walton
University of Otago, 2003
1322003
Ramping up resistance: Corporate sustainable development and academic research
H Tregidga, MJ Milne, K Kearins
Business & Society 57 (2), 292-334, 2018
1222018
Beyond corporate environmental management to a consideration of nature in visionary small enterprise
K Kearins, E Collins, H Tregidga
Business & Society 49 (3), 512-547, 2010
1222010
The politics of knowing “organizational sustainable development”
H Tregidga, K Kearins, M Milne
Organization & Environment 26 (1), 102-129, 2013
1102013
HR managers and environmental sustainability: strategic leaders or passive observers?
C Harris, H Tregidga
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (2), 236-254, 2012
1102012
“Speaking truth to power”: analysing shadow reporting as a form of shadow accounting
H Tregidga
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 30 (3), 510-533, 2017
1012017
Re-politicizing social and environmental accounting through Rancière: On the value of dissensus
J Brown, H Tregidga
Accounting, Organizations and Society 61 (C), 1-21, 2017
982017
Analyzing the quality, meaning and accountability of organizational reporting and communication: Directions for future research
H Tregidga, M Milne, G Lehman
Accounting Forum 36 (3), 223-230, 2012
802012
Sustainability reporting–more global than local?
S Abeydeera, H Tregidga, K Kearins
Meditari Accountancy Research 24 (4), 478-504, 2016
682016
On crisis and emergency: Is it time to rethink long-term environmental accounting?
H Tregidga, M Laine
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 82, 102311, 2022
582022
Organizational Legitimacy and Social and Environmental Reporting Research: The Potential of Disclosure Analysis
H Tregidga, M Milne, K Kearins
Asia Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference, 2007
452007
Not at our table: Stakeholder exclusion and ant/agonistic engagements
H Tregidga, MJ Milne
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 85, 102265, 2022
422022
Cinderella in Babylon: The representation of housekeeping and housekeepers in the UK television series Hotel Babylon
C Harris, H Tregidga, D Williamson
Hospitality & Society 1 (1), 47-66, 2011
412011
The role of discourse in bridging the text and context of corporate social and environmental reporting
H Tregidga, M Milne, K Kearins
5th Asia Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference, 2007
312007
Accounting for the “working poor”: analysing the living wage debate in Aotearoa New Zealand
P Skilling, H Tregidga
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 32 (7), 2031-2061, 2019
302019
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