02823nam 2200637Ia 450 991045025470332120200520144314.01-280-51489-297866105148921-84544-345-4(CKB)1000000000007910(EBL)289895(OCoLC)70742645(SSID)ssj0000475080(PQKBManifestationID)11331705(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000475080(PQKBWorkID)10455129(PQKB)11292154(MiAaPQ)EBC289895(Au-PeEL)EBL289895(CaPaEBR)ebr10064577(CaONFJC)MIL51489(EXLCZ)99100000000000791020041014d2004 my 0engur|n|---|||||txtccrTheological perspectives on accounting[electronic resource] /guest editors, Ken McPhail, Tim Garringe and Rob Gray[Bradford, England] Emerald Group Pub.20041 online resource (186 p.)Accounting, auditing & accountability ;v. 17, no. 3, 2004Description based upon print version of record.0-86176-989-9 Includes bibliography.CONTENTS; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Abstracts and keywords; Dedication; Accounting and theology, an introduction; Accounting, love and justice; Accounting and accountability in the Iona Community; Accounting and liberation theology; God's fund managers; The Enlightenment and its discontents; Sacred vestiges in financial reportingThis paper explores the issue of accounting and accountability in the spirituality and practices of an ecumenical Christian group - the Iona Community. Fundamental to the existence and operation of the Iona Community is their Rule, which requires all full-members to account to each other for their use of money and time. This paper explores the development of that Rule and how it is actualised. It examines the accounting practices of individuals in the Community and the distinction between individualising and socialising accountabilities. Findings reported challenge the assumption that accountiAccounting, auditing & accountability journal ;v. 17, no. 3.Business ethicsAccountingElectronic books.Business ethics.Accounting.658.4658.408McPhail Ken514419Garringe Tim929594Gray Rob116607MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910450254703321Theological perspectives on accounting2089558UNINA