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McPhail, Ken and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2019). Theological perspectives on accounting: worldviews don’t change overnight. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal ,

Woon, Peir, Chatterjee, Bikram and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2019). Heritage reporting by the Australian Public sector:possibilities from the concepts of new public governance. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 32 (2), pp. 612-631.

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Sim, Dalice (2019). Regulatory reform: distinguishing between mutual-benefit and public-benefit entities. Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management , (In Press)

Cordery, Carolyn J. (2019). The State Relationship with Religion:defined through disciplinary procedures of accounting and regulation. Accounting History ,

Cordery, Carolyn J., Crawford, Louise, Breen, Oonagh B. and Morgan, Gareth G. (2019). International practices, beliefs and values in not-for-profit financial reporting. Accounting Forum, 43 , pp. 16-41.

Cordery, Carolyn J., Belal, Ataur and Thomson, Ian (2019). NGO accounting and accountability: past, present and future. Accounting Forum, 43 (1), pp. 1-15.

Bui, Binh, Cordery, Carolyn J. and Wang, Zhichao (2019). Risk management in local authorities: an application of Schatzki’s social site ontology. British Accounting Review, 51 (3), pp. 299-315.

Breen, Oonagh B., Crawford, Louise, Cordery, Carolyn J. and Morgan, Gareth G. (2018). Should NPOs follow international standards for financial reporting? A multinational study of views. Voluntas ,

McConville, Danielle and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2018). Charity Performance Reporting, regulatory policy and standard-setting. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy ,

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Smith, Karen A. (2018). Charities—the future as our greatest adventure? Public Money and Management, 38 (4), pp. 250-251.

Cordery, Carolyn J., Sim, Dalice and Baskerville, Rachel (2018). Financial vulnerability in football clubs: Learning from resource dependency and club theories. Third Sector Review, 24 (1), pp. 49-70.

Crawford, Louise, Morgan, Gareth and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2017). Accountability and not-for-profit organisations: implications for developing international financial reporting standards. Financial Accountability and Management, 34 (2), pp. 181-205.

Hay, David and Cordery, Carolyn (2017). The Value of Public Sector Audit:Literature and History. Journal of Accounting Literature, In pre ,

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Sim, Dalice (2017). Dominant stakeholders, activity and accountability discharge in the CSO Sector. Financial Accountability and Management, 34 (2),

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Deguchi, Masayuki (2017). Charity registration and reporting:a cross-Jurisdictional and theoretical analysis of regulatory impact. Public Management Review ,

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Hay, David (2017). Supreme Audit Institutions and public value:demonstrating relevance. Financial Accountability and Management ,

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Howell, Bronwyn (2017). Ownership, Control, Agency and Residual Claims in Healthcare:Insights on Co-operatives and Non-profit Organisations. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, 88 (3), pp. 403-424.

Cordery, Carolyn J. (2017). Risk in government outsourcing and risk-sharing: rhetoric or reality? IN: The Routledge Companion to Accounting and Risk. Woods, Margaret and Linsley, Philip (eds) Routledge.

Mack, Janet, Morgan, Gareth G., Breen, Oonagh B. and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2017). Financial reporting by charities:a matched case study analysis from four countries. Public Money and Management, 37 (3), pp. 165-172.

Cordery, Carolyn J., Smith, Karen A. and Berger, Harry (2017). Future scenarios for the charity sector in 2045. Public Money and Management, 37 (3), pp. 189-196.

Cordery, Carolyn J., Sim, Dalice and van Zijl, Tony (2017). Differentiated Regulation:the case of charities. Accounting and Finance, 57 (1), pp. 131-164.

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Keerasuntonpong, Prae (2016). How might normative and mimetic pressures improve local government service performance reporting? Accounting and Finance, Early ,

Sinclair, Rowena and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2016). Bridging the gap between academia and standard setters. Pacific Accounting Review, 28 (2), pp. 135-152.

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Simpkins, Kevin (2016). Financial reporting standards for the public sector: New Zealand’s 21st-century experience. Public Money and Management, 36 (3), pp. 209-218.

Cordery, Carolyn J. and Davies, John (2016). Professionalism versus amateurism in grass-roots sport: associated funding needs. Accounting History, 21 (1), pp. 98-123.

Fowler, Carolyn and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2016). From community to public ownership: A tale of changing accountabilities. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 28 (1), pp. 128-153.

Sutton, David, Cordery, Carolyn J. and van Zijl, Tony (2016). The purpose of financial reporting: the case for coherence in the Conceptual Framework and standards. Abacus , pp. 116-141.

Cordery, Carolyn J., Smith, Karen A. and Proctor-Thomson, Sarah (2015). Staff and Volunteers’ Perceptions of the Volunteer Programme: an alternative use of the Net Benefits Index. Voluntary Sector Review, 6 (2), pp. 173-191.

Cordery, Carolyn J. (2015). Accounting History and Religion:a review of studies and a research agenda. Accounting History, 20 (4), pp. 430-463.

Mourey, Damien, Eynaud, Philippe and Cordery, Carolyn J. (2014). The impact of governmental policy on the effective operation of CSOs: a French case study. Nonprofit Policy Forum, 5 (1), pp. 169-193.

Cordery, Carolyn and Sinclair, Rowena (2013). Measuring performance in the third sector. Qualitative Research, 10 (3/4), pp. 196-212.

Cordery, Carolyn (2013). Regulating Small and Medium Charities: Does It Improve Transparency and Accountability? Voluntas, 24 (3), pp. 831-851.

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