Laurence Ferry

University of Durham

Associate Professor

Durham

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

DOWNLOADS

88

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Accountability and Transparency in English Local Government: Moving from 'Matching Parts' to 'Awkward Couple'?

Ferry, L. and Eckersley, P. (2015) “Accountability and transparency in English local government: moving from ‘matching parts’ to ‘awkward couple’?”, Financial Accountability and Management, Vol. 31 (3), 345-361
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 06 Dec 2015
Laurence Ferry, Peter Eckersley and Zamzulaila Zakaria
University of Durham, Nottingham Trent University and University of Newcastle - Business School
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accountability, transparency, English local government, budgeting, performance measurement

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Accounting and Accountability in Hybrid Organisations: A Micro-Level Perspective

Number of pages: 32 Posted: 23 Apr 2024
Kristianstad University, EDHEC Business School - Department of Accounting, University of Durham and University of South Australia
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Accountability, Accounting, Hybridisation, Actors, Agency, Values

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How Do Executive Pay and Its Gap with Employee Pay Influence Corporate Performance? Evidence from Thailand Tourism Listed Companies

Forthcoming at the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights
Posted: 08 Jul 2021
Laurence Ferry, Guanming He and Chang Yang
University of Durham, Durham University and affiliation not provided to SSRN

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Institutional Entrepreneurship, Practice Memory, and Cultural Memory: Choice and Creativity in the Pursuit of Endogenous Change of Local Authority Budgeting

Forthcoming, Management Accounting Research
Posted: 02 Nov 2016
Thomas Ahrens and Laurence Ferry
United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) - Accounting and University of Durham

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Neo-Institutional Theory, Institutional entrepreneurs, Budgeting, Local Government, Practice Theory, Practice Memory, Cultural memory