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Publications:  Dr Owolabi Bakre

Bakre O, Lauwo S, MCCARTNEY S(2017). Western accounting reforms and accountability in wealth redistribution in patronage-based Nigerian society. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal vol. 30, (6) 1288-1308.
10.1108/AAAJ-03-2016-2477
Bakre OM, Lauwo S(2016). Privatisation and accountability in a “crony capitalist” Nigerian state. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 39, 45-58.
10.1016/j.cpa.2016.01.003
BAKRE OM, Lauwo S, Otusanya J(2016). Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in the Mining Sector of Tanzania: (Lack of) Government Regulatory Controls and NGO Activism. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal vol. 29, (6) 1038-1074.
10.1108/AAAJ-06-2013-1380
BAKRE OM(2013). Imperialism and the Integration of Accountancy in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Critical Perspectives On Accounting vol. 7, (25) 558-575.
10.1016/j.cpa.2013.08.008
BAKRE OM(2011). Corporate Governance Practices as a Reflection of Socio-Political Environment in Nigeria. International Journal of Critical Accounting vol. 3, (2) 133-170.
10.1504/IJCA.2011.039749
BAKRE OM (2011). Privatisation and the Struggle for Control of Capital in Nigeria. Elsevier (CPAC Conference,Washington DC), Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable ,
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BAKRE OM(2009). The Inappropriateness of Western Economic Power Frameworks of Accounting in Conducting Accounting Research in Emerging Economies: A Review of Evidence. Accountancy Business and the Public Interest vol. 8, (2) 65-95.
BAKRE OM(2008). Financial Reporting as Technology that Supports and Sustains Imperial Expansion and Control in the Colonial and Post Colonial Globalisation: the Case of the Jamaican Economy. Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 19, (4) 487-522.
BAKRE O(2007). Tax Evasion and Poverty in Nigeria. Alternative Sud vol. 14, (1) 151-171.
BAKRE OM (2007). The Unethical Practices of Accountants in the Political Directorate and Public Service: Evidence from Nigeria. vol. 31, is. 3, pp. 277-303. Elsevier Abstract: java.sql.Clob org.hibernate.engine.jdbc.WrappedClob java.io.Serializable ,
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10.1016/j.accfor.2007.06.001
BAKRE O(2007). The Unethical and Sharp Practices of Accountants and Auditors and the Compromising Stance of Professional Bodies in Corporate World: Evidence from Corporate Nigeria. Accounting Forum vol. 31, 277-303.
BAKRE O(2006). Accounting Education, Training and the Profession in the Commonwealth Caribbean: Integration or Internationalisation?. Accounting Forum vol. 30, 285-313.
BAKRE O(2006). Second Attempt at Localising Imperial Accountancy: The Case of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (1970s – 1980s). Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 17, (1) 1-28.
BAKRE O(2006). The Spoils of Oil: how multinationals and their professional advisers drain Nigeria of many resources. UK Tax Justice Focus vol. 2, (2) 4-5.
BAKRE OM(2005). First Attempt at Localising Imperial Accountancy: the Case of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (1950s-1970s). Critical Perspectives on Accounting vol. 16, (8) 995-1018.
10.1016/j.cpa.2004.02.007,
BAKRE O(2004). Accounting and the Problematique of Imperialism: Alternative Methodological Approaches to Empirical Research in Accounting in Colonised Developing Countries. Advances in Public Interest Accounting vol. 10, 1-31.
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