Critical Management Research in Eastern Europe: Managing the Transition

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Subject Index
accelerated depreciation 49
accountability
accounting and 38–9, 58–61, 61–2
project accounting and 135–6, 139
accountants 44–5, 51–2, 53, 58
accounting 38–64
accountability and the corporate self 58–61
and cross-border acquisition 6, 128–42; project accounting 128, 134–42
dimensions of 113–15
in and for transition 54–8
as political practice 41–5
politics of 39–41
reform economics and 48–53
regulating and constituting 129–31
socialist accounting 38, 45–8
accounting rules 51–2
accounting standards 39, 43, 54–5, 58
accrual accounting 51
administrative statistics 17–21, 29
advertisements 100
agents, principals and 140–1
Alima 40–1, 47, 51, 56
anthropocentrists 73, 74
asset valuation 40–1, 49–51
‘audit’ society 130
auditing 58–61, 61–2
see also accounting
auditors 44–5
balance sheet 46, 47
banks
feasibility studies and location decisions 6, 13–37; banking knowledge and administrative statistics 17–21; cartographic representation and investment strategy 29–33; classification 23–4; decision-making process 25–8; numeric representation of space 16–29
national banks 46
state banks 49
behavioural science 15
‘best way’ 2–3
Bobo Frut brand 56
book keeping 41
boundaries, maintaining 130, 138–40
Bourgas 20, 33
branch offices, location of 6, 13–37
Bulgaria 13–37
bureaucratic control 141
see also central planning
business ethics 75
business opportunities 157, 228
management students' narratives 231–2, 237
camp meetings 213, 216
career business women 98–100
career streams 165–6
career systems 165
careers 6, 164–83
choice, life stages and 164–7
choice and managerial careers 168–80; case studies 172–80; research project 170–2
central accounting 136, 137–8, 140
central planning 45–8, 67, 75, 133, 134–5
see also planners
Central Statistical Office 46
Charta 77176, 183
chauvinism 102–3
checking tickets 117–18
cherry-picking 57
childrearing 96–7
‘Chinese Wall’ 21

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