20082020

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Overview

Areas of Research interest: 

Accounting and business ethics education; accounting for goodwill and identifiable intangible assets; budgeting and culture; employment opportunities in accounting for minority groups; internal auditing; Marxist and critical accounting; Singapore opposition politics and grassroots activism; trade union strategy and immigrant worker issues; neo-liberal restructuring and voices of dissent in Australian soccer; Croatian soccer clubs in Australia; Fiji Soccer History 1980-1989. 

Area of academic expertise - outline

Accounting and business ethics education; accounting for goodwill and identifiable intangible assets; budgeting and culture; employment opportunities in accounting for minority groups; internal auditing; Marxist and critical accounting; Singapore opposition politics and grassroots activism; trade union strategy and immigrant worker issues; neo-liberal restructuring and voices of dissent in Australian soccer; Croatian soccer clubs in Australia; Fiji Soccer History 1980-1989. 

Current research activities

Business history project on East Perth Football Club (Australia), 1956-1961; The UK Sugar Tax; Fiji Soccer History 1980-1989; The Rock Band KISS and American Dream Ideology; The Expropriation of Goodwill and Migrant Labour in the Transition to Australian Football's A-League; Oppositional Political Activism in Singapore 2006-2016; The Relationship Between Religious Belief and Heavy Metal Fandom in Indonesia.  

Desired research direction

Budgeting and culture; Business ethics; Business ethics education; Research methods; Qualitative research methods; Research ethics; Interview-based research; Marxist perspectives on accounting and the labour process; Race, class and gender issues; Indonesia; Singapore; Fiji Islands; Indonesian culture; Fijian culture; Indonesian popular music; Indonesian popular culture; Islamic Heavy Metal bands; Indonesian Death Metal Music scenes; Singapore opposition politics.

Target collaborative companies

East Perth Football Club (Australia): Melbourne Knights Football Club

Target collaborative organisations

Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) (Sydney branch); Nadi Legends Club (Ex-Players' Association) (Fiji Islands); Melbourne Knights Football Club 

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

Budgeting and culture; Business ethics; Business ethics education; Research methods; Qualitative research methods; Research ethics; Interview-based research; Marxist perspectives on accounting and the labour process; Race, class and gender issues; Indonesia; Singapore; Fiji Islands; Indonesian culture; Fijian culture; Indonesian popular music; Indonesian popular culture; Islamic Heavy Metal bands; Indonesian Death Metal Music scenes; Singapore opposition politics.

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Research Output

  • Corporate social responsibility reporting of international oil companies in Nigeria: an historical materialism analysis

    Odera, O., James, K., Scott, A. & Gow, J., 2 Jan 2020, In : International Journal of Ethics and Systems. 36, 1, p. 131-146 16 p.

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    Gesturing elsewhere and offshore memory: amateur elite soccer in the Fiji Islands, 1980-1992

    James, K. & Nadan, Y., 4 Sep 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Sports History Review.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • Race, ethnicity, and class issues in Fiji soccer 1980-2015

    James, K. & Nadan, Y., 27 Mar 2020, In : Soccer and Society.

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    A Marxist analysis of American gun culture

    James, K. & McKenzie, J., 8 Mar 2019, In : International Journal of Critical Accounting. 10, 6, p. 491-518 28 p.

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