By David J. Cooper, Trevor M. Hopper (eds.)
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Lowe and Shaw, 1968; Schiff and Lewin, 1970). More recently information inductance research has developed further the importance of both individuals and the organisational context (or individuals in the aggregate) to a more complete and sophisticated theory of management accounting system design. Contingency theory has been one such notable development (cf. Otley, 1980). A newer school of thought (cf. , 1980; Colville, 1981; Tomkins and Groves, 1983) regards (management) accounting systems as organisational phenomena whose nature cannot be determined solely in terms of current developments in organisation theory but rather is traceable to (un)certain social and historical phenomena.
Critical Accounts by David J. Cooper, Trevor M. Hopper (eds.)