Networks and the diffusion of accounting technologies: The UK whole of government accounts project of accounting technologies

J. Moll, D. Chow, C. Humphrey

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Abstract

The paper has two central empirical dimensions. First, it investigates the process by which the UK came to adopt WGA, paying attention to the mechanisms by which various local political motivations come to be associated with international ideas, and the dynamic interactions between protagonists and recipients and their evolving roles over time. A second dimension of the paper considers the stability of networks by viewing the WGA diffusion process and its continuing failure to launch in the UK through the interactions of central and peripheral network actors.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventAPIRA 2010 - University of Sydney
Duration: 12 Jul 201013 Jul 2010

Conference

ConferenceAPIRA 2010
CityUniversity of Sydney
Period12/07/1013/07/10

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