Scottish chartered accountants: internal and external political relationships,1853-1916
Between 1853 and 1866, three Scottishchartered accounting societies, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen, were formed. The Edinburghsociety dominated the profession in the earliest days and its relationship with the otherorganisations were based on the following of joint policies. However, during the latter part of the19th century, the two other societies began to challenge Edinburgh's dominant position and anew structure was proposed, culminating in a more unified profession. The early history ofScottish accountancy is explored.
Publication Name: Accounting, Auditing and Accountability
Corporate social responsibility: a third way? An interview with Sir Geoffrey Owen
Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics Instittute of Management Sir Geoffrey Owen thinks that an important development in the corporate social responsibility (CSR) movement was the campaign in the 1970s. Owen also believes that CSR is a strong requirement for managers. His opinion on the advantages of practicing CSR, and on the other issues concerning CSR are provided.
Publication Name: Global Business and Organizational Excellence
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