This special issue of QRAM invites theoretical and empirical submissions from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives that explore the impact of accounting and management in public, corporate, non-profit and intermediary/hybrid organizations, as well as their inter-relationship with systems of governance and accountability relating to ecological, social and economic sustainability.
In this context a number of questions emerge, including:
•How transferable are sustainable management and accounting processes between different systems of sustainable governance?
•Are there any assemblages of organisational management practices, accounting practices and systems of sustainable governance that are more effective in enabling sustainable transformations?
•How can organisations manage and account for the global risks of unsustainable development?
•Can management and accounting inform the development of effective forms of sustainable governance?
•What constitutes effective forms of accountability for sustainable transformation?
•How transferable are sustainable organisational management and accounting practices between different organisational forms?
Submissions are due by 30th May 2015. Authors are welcome to contact the Guest Editors in advance to discuss their proposed topics.
Manuscripts should be prepared and submitted in accordance with QRAM guidelines (see http://info.emeraldinsight.com/products/journals/author_guidelines.htm?id=qram) and will be subject to QRAM’s regular double-blind review process. All submissions must be made via QRAM’s online system at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/qram (please specify that your submission is to the special issue on (‘‘Management, Accounting and Sustainable Transformation”).