Prem Sikka
Prem Sikka
Emeritus Professor of Accounting, University of Essex
Verified email at essex.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Financial crisis and the silence of the auditors
P Sikka
Accounting, Organizations and Society 34 (6-7), 868-873, 2009
4822009
The power of ˇ§independenceˇ¨: defending and extending the jurisdiction of accounting in the United Kingdom
P Sikka, H Willmott
Accounting, organizations and society 20 (6), 547-581, 1995
3511995
The impossibility of eliminating the expectations gap: some theory and evidence
P Sikka, A Puxty, H Willmott, C Cooper
Critical perspectives on accounting 9 (3), 299-330, 1998
2531998
Smoke and mirrors: Corporate social responsibility and tax avoidance
P Sikka
Accounting forum 34 (3-4), 153-168, 2010
2462010
The dark side of transfer pricing: Its role in tax avoidance and wealth retentiveness
P Sikka, H Willmott
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 21 (4), 342-356, 2010
2282010
Globalization and the stateˇVprofession relationship: the case the Bank of Credit and Commerce International
PJ Arnold, P Sikka
Accounting, Organizations and Society 26 (6), 475-499, 2001
1932001
Guardians of Knowledge and Public Interest: Evidence and Issues of Accountability in the UK Accountancy Profession.
P Sikka, H Willmott, T Lowe
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 2 (2), 1989
1631989
Radicalizing accounting history: the potential of oral history
T Hammond, P Sikka
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 9 (3), 79-97, 1996
1611996
Enterprise culture and accountancy firms: new masters of the universe
L Parker, J Guthrie, M Milne, P Sikka
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 2008
1552008
Sweeping it under the carpet: The role of accountancy firms in moneylaundering
A Mitchell, P Sikka, H Willmott
Accounting, Organizations and Society 23 (5-6), 589-607, 1998
1421998
Ethical statements as smokescreens for sectional interests: The case of the UK accountancy profession
A Mitchell, T Puxty, P Sikka, H Willmott
Journal of Business Ethics 13 (1), 39-51, 1994
1331994
The role of accountancy firms in tax avoidance: Some evidence and issues
P Sikka, MP Hampton
Accounting Forum 29 (3), 325-343, 2005
1192005
The mountains are still there: accounting academics and the bearings of intellectuals
P Sikka, H Willmott, T Puxty
Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 8 (3), 113-140, 1995
1131995
Professionalizing claims and the state of UK professional accounting education: some evidence
P Sikka, C Haslam, O Kyriacou, D Agrizzi
Accounting Education: an international journal 16 (1), 3-21, 2007
1092007
Illuminating the state-profession relationship: accountants acting as department of trade and industry investigators
P Sikka, H Willmott
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 6 (4), 341-369, 1995
1091995
Accounting for change: The institutions of accountancy
A Mitchell, P Sikka
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 4 (1), 29-52, 1993
1091993
The role of offshore financial centres in globalization
P Sikka
Accounting Forum 27, 365-399, 2003
1052003
On the commercialization of accountancy thesis: A review essay
H Willmott, P Sikka
Accounting, Organizations and Society 22 (8), 831-842, 1997
931997
Accounting for human rights: The challenge of globalization and foreign investment agreements
P Sikka
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 22 (8), 811-827, 2011
892011
Systems of surveillance and the silencing of UK academic accounting labour
AG Puxty, P Sikka, HC Willmott
The British Accounting Review 26 (2), 137-171, 1994
881994
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