Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/29421
Type: Conference paper
Title: Accounting and accountants in church organisations: A critical reflection
Author: Lightbody, Margaret Gaye
Part of: Collected Papers of APIRA Adelaide 2001
Publisher: Department of Commerce, University of Adelaide
Issue Date: 2001
Conference Name: APIRA Conference (2001 : Adelaide, Australia)
School/Discipline: Business School
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Margaret Lightbody
Abstract: In 1993, Booth proposed a framework to facilitate an understanding of the significance of accounting and accountants in religious organisations. Despite its unique focus, this model has received little attention in the accounting literature. This paper utilises the findings of a study of church accounting and accountants to critically reflect on the definition and application of the elements of Booth’s framework.
RMID: 0020011955
Published version: http://www.commerce.adelaide.edu.au/research/aaaj/apira_2001/papers/default.htm
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