Seminar in Interdisciplinary Accounting Research (SIAR)

 
 

2023-24

8.2.2024

Carlos Larrinaga (University of Burgos)
Accounting infrastructures for biodiversity outcomes
Discussant: Eija Vinnari (Tampere University)


14.12.2023

Finia Kuhlmann (HEC Paris)
Accounting for Values in Modern Slavery Survivor Care. An Ethnographic Study of the Development of, and interplay between, Outcomes and Indicators
Discussant: Thomas Ahrens (United Arab University)


30.11.2023

Charles Cho (York University)
Accounting for grand challenges: The case of modern slavery
Discussant: Oana Apostol (University of Turku)


26.10.2023

Yuval Millo (University of Warwick)
What is the Purpose of Profit?
Discussant: Martin Messner (University of Innsbruck) 


14.9.2023

François-René Lherm and Kari Lukka (University of Turku)
Exploring the practical method settings of critical performativity: Coining a new auditing model through critical interventionist research 
Discussant: Jonny Tweedie (University of Manchester)

2022-23


2.6.2023

Eija Vinnari (Tampere University)
Critical dialogic accountability in non-profit organisations: Promoting pluralism through immanent evaluation
Discussant: Albrecht Becker (University of Innsbruck)


28.4.2023

Berend van der Kolk (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Performance Management, Wellbeing and Identity: Insights From Recognition Theory
Discussant: Kari Lukka (University of Turku)


23.3.2023

Lee Parker (University of Glasgow)
The emergent hybrid office discourse: Productivity, cost and management control
Discussant: Erkki Lassila (University of Turku)


9.2.2023

Matthäus Tekathen (Concordia University)
Having A New Consulting Service Idea: The Case of Developing Corridor Planning in the Occupational Laboratory of a Big4
Discussant: Oana Apostol (Tampere University)


19.1.2023

Chris Chapman (University of Bristol)
Dynamic duality: The significance of face-to-face communication to understanding the absence of corporate sustainability reporting
Discussant: Lukas Goretzki (Stockholm School of Economics)


17.11.2022

Wai Fong Chua (University of Sydney)
Collaborative learning in a community of practice: Tracing the co-creation of a municipality quality ranking 2007-2020
Discussant: Juhani Vaivio (Aalto University)


27.10.2022

Martin Messner (University of Innsbruck)
How consultants bundle management control practices: Insights from zero-based budgeting
Discussant: Sven Modell (University of Manchester)


29.9.2022

Jan Mouritsen (Copenhagen Business School)
Accounting and technologies of tracing: Maintenance and repair as infrastructural inversion
Discussant: Eija Vinnari (Tampere University)


18.8.2022

Jan Bebbington (Lancaster University)
Scientific mobilization of keystone actors for biosphere stewardship

2021-22


20.5.2022

Silvia Jordan (University of Innsbruck)
Quantifying and Adjudicating Refugees in Social Media Discourses
Discussant: Erkki Lassila (University of Turku)


14.4.2022

Sven Modell (University of Manchester)
Is Institutional Research on Management Accounting Degenerating or Progressing? A Lakatosian Analysis
Discussant: Jan Pfister (University of Turku)


7.4.2022

Ileana Steccolini (University of Essex)
Exploring the everyday processes of validation of qualitative accounting research: Researchers' views
Discussant: Kari Lukka (University of Turku)


10.2.2022

Jane Andrew & Max Baker (University of Sydney)
'Pre-entity' accounts: Leaks, diplomacy and the extractive industry
Discussant: Peeter Peda (Tampere University)


27.1.2022

Thomas Ahrens (United Arab Emirates University) & Jan Pfister (University of Turku)
What are legitimate concerns in accounting research? A cultural structure perspective informed by Max Weber's ideal of presuppositionless science
Discussant: John McKernan (University of Glasgow)


9.12.2021

Kirsi-Mari Kallio (University of Turku)
Performance pressure and academic faculty cynicism
Discussant: Oana Apostol (Tampere University)


25.11.2021

Christian Huber (Copenhagen Business School)
The micro-foundations of risk work: Tacit knowledge and the design of a risk management system in German hospitals
Discussant: Liisa Kurunmäki (University of Jyväskylä)


21.10.2021

Bertrand Malsch (Queen's University)
Auditing at the margins of the audit society: Lessons from indigenous engagements in Northern Canada
Discussant: Eija Vinnari (Tampere University)


23.9.2021

Thomas Ahrens (United Arab Emirates University)
Using governmentality to enhance management control research: A modes of governing analysis of a public sector field study
Discussant: Juhani Vaivio (Aalto University)

2020-21


10.6.2021

Sonja Gallhofer (University of Glasgow)
Alternative accounts and wellbeing: Exploring the transformative power of renarration


20.5.2021

Lies Bouten (IÉSEG School of Management)
Designing controls to manage tensions in hybrid organizations: Insights from a hotel chain
Discussant: Oana Apostol (Tampere University)


29.4.2021

Paolo Quattrone (University of Manchester)
Accounting for 'com-promeso': Common good, collective institutional commitment, and the gereative power of ambiguous quantifications at the Instituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale (IRI) (1943-1972)
Discussant: Kari Lukka (University of Turku)


25.3.2021

Giuseppe Grossi (Nord University)
Accounting for whom and what direction? Opening a 'fairy tale' of smart city rankings to critical scrutiny
Discussant: Erkki Lassila (University of Turku)


25.2.2021

Oana Apostol (Tampere University) & Colin Dey (University of Stirling)
Social movements, counter product and interstitial transformation: an exploration of the Degrowth movement in Finland
Discussant: Jenni Laaksonen (Tampere University)


28.1.2021

Kari Lukka (University of Turku) & Albrecht Becker (University of Innsbruck)
The future of critical interdisciplinary accounting research: Towards performative ontology
Discussant: Matias Laine (Tampere University)


10.12.2020

Reading circle
The counter-performativity of calculative practices:  Mobilising rankings of intellectual capital Christina Boedker, Kar-Ming Chong, Jan Mouritsen Critical Perspectives of Accounting, Vol. 72.


26.11.2020

Stefan Edlinger-Bach (University of St. Gall & Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU))
The Emergence of Enabling Accountability Systems: How Analytics Initiatives Unroutinize Planning and Forecasting
Discussant: Kirsi-Mari Kallio (University of Turku)


22.10.2020

Emilia Cederberg (Stockholm School of Economics)
Almost there: Boundary operations in ESG analysis practice
Discussant: Eija Vinnari (Tampere University)


24.9.2020

Claire Dambrin (ESCP Europe)
Assetizing the self: The fructification of human capital on and by peer-to-peer platforms
Discussant: Jan Pfister (University of Turku)


3.9.2020

Kari Lukka (University of Turku), Eija Vinnari (Tampere University), Sven Modell (University of Manchester)
Coping with clashing epistemologies: The effects of the normal science tradition on the use of Actor-Network Theory in accounting research
Discussant: Peeter Peda (Tampere University)

2019-20

8.5.2020

Lukas Goretzki (Stockholm School of Economics)  & Jan Pfister (University of Turku)
Taste your own medicine: Performance measurement systems as identity threats to the management accountant.
Discussant: Hannele Mäkelä (Tampere University)


27.4.2020

Jenni Laaksonen (Tampere University)
Harmonization versus assimilation - A critical perspective on IFRS translation from the English-language original into local languages.
Discussant: Oana Apostol (University of Turku)


20.2.2020

Albrecht Becker (University of Innsbruck)
From local concerns to national solutions: The emergence of a national healthcare quality assessment system in Austria.
Discussant: Matias Laine (Tampere University)


23.1.2020

Hendrik Vollmer (University of Leicester)
Public value and the planet: accounting and ecological reconstruction
Discussant: Kari Lukka (University of Turku)