Accounting for Human Resources: Quo Vadis?

By Geoff Turner.

Published by The Sustainability Collection

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Accounting for human resources is a failed paradigm. Emphasis is now on stakeholders and economic sustainability so there is a need to revive the paradigm.

Keywords: Accounting, Economic Sustainability, Human Resources

International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.11-18. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 828.488KB).

Associate Professor Geoff Turner

Geoff has been teaching accounting and finance since 1990 in Australia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. He arrived at Kingston in May 2003 to take on the role of Program Director of the postgraduate accounting and finance suite. He teaches Management Accounting on those programs and supervises PhD and DBA students, most of whom are researching the social and environmental aspects of accounting. His research interests lie primarily in performance measurement in organisations and performance reporting to stakeholders with a special interest in the Global Reporting Initiative. His PhD thesis, completed in 2000, was entitled Balancing the balanced scorecard: a new role for human resource accounting in sustaining the knowledge-based organisations of the future. Prior to joining academia, Geoff held senior financial management posts in Australian subsidiaries of multinational organisations and he continues to work with industry in a consulting role.


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