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Publications:  Dr Sukhvinder Sian

Sian S, Magli F, Nobolo AA, Guarini E(2019). Enacting accountability: The case of the Asili di Carità, 1913–1926. Accounting History vol. 25, (2) 237-260.
10.1177/1032373219845918
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/56285
Agrizzi D, Sian S(2015). Artificial corporatism: A portal to power for accountants in Brazil. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 27, 56-72.
10.1016/j.cpa.2014.02.003
Kotb A, Roberts C, Sian S(2012). E-business audit: Advisory jurisdiction or occupational invasion?. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 23, (6) 468-482.
10.1016/j.cpa.2012.03.003
Sian S(2011). Operationalising closure in a colonial context: The Association of Accountants in East Africa, 1949-1963. Accounting, Organizations and Society vol. 36, (6) 363-381.
10.1016/j.aos.2011.06.005
Poullaos C, Sian S(2010). Accountancy and Empire: The British Legacy of Professional Organization. Routledge
SIAN S(2009). UK small owner-managed businesses: Accounting and financial reporting needs. Journal of Small Business and Enterprise vol. 16, (2) 289-305.
10.1108/14626000910956065
Roberts C, Sian S(2008). Micro-Entity Financial Reporting: Some Empirical Evidence on the Perspectives of Preparers and Users. International Federation of Accountants Consultation Paper
SIAN S(2008). Review: The Accounting Profession in British West Africa by Chibuike Uche. Accounting, Business & Financial History vol. 18, (2)
10.1080/09585200802059014
SIAN S(2007). Patterns of prejudice: Social exclusion and racial demarcation in professional accountancy in Kenya. Accounting Historians Journal vol. 34, (2) 1-42.
SIAN S(2007). Reversing exclusion: The Africanisation of accountancy in Kenya, 1963-1970. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 18, (7) 831-872.
10.1016/j.cpa.2006.05.005
SIAN S, Roberts C(2006). Micro-Entity Financial Reporting: Perspectives of Preparers and Users. International Federation of Accountants Consultation Paper
Sian S(2006). Inclusion, exclusion and control: The case of the Kenyan accounting professionalisation project. ACCOUNT ORG SOC vol. 31, (3) 295-322.
10.1016/j.aos.2005.01.004
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