Julia Smith

Chercheuse invitée 2022 du programme DEA

Julia Smith a précédemment travaillé aux universités de St Andrews, Oxford et Cardiff et est lectrice en comptabilité et finance à la Strathclyde Business School depuis 2006. Ses recherches actuelles portent sur la comptabilité de gestion dans les PME, l’orientation entrepreneuriale dans les entreprises sociales et la performance des entreprises familiales. Julia Smith est membre du Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, comptable en management mondial agréé, membre de la Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, manufactures and commerce et membre de la Higher Education Academy.

Le projet

Titre : Stakeholder and stewardship issues of performance in family business: a Franco-Scot comparison

Mots-clés : Petites entreprises, entreprise familiale, entreprise sociale, stakeholder theory, comptabilité de gestion, systèmes d’information

Sélection de publications :

  • ’Choices of financial reporting regimes and techniques and underlying decision-making processes: a case study analysis of a port authority’, 2021 (with Reid and Hsu), National Accounting Review, vol 3, pp 137-151.
  • ’Using accounting measures of (in)tangibility for organizational classifications,  2021 (with Cardao-Pito, and da Silva Ferreira), Quantitative Finance and Economics, vol 5, pp 325-351.
  • ‘The impact of strategy, technology, size and business environment on the organizational form of small firms in China’, 2020 (with Gavin Reid and Zhibin Xu), Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting, 20(4), 15-32. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajeba/2020/v20i430330.
  • ‘Empirical Insights into Supervisory Boards of Listed Companies in China’, 2020 (with Yuqi Tian), Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting, 19(4), 19-37. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajeba/2020/v19i430310.
  • ‘The Social Impact of Accounting Processes on Benefit Claimants in the UK’, 2020 (with Elena Doolan), Journal of Human Rights and Social Work, 1-14. doi.org/10.1007/s41134-020-00116-2.
  • ‛An ethnographic study of culture and performance in the UK lingerie industry’, 2019 (with C England), The British Accounting Review (15), 241-58.   https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bar.2019.02.002.
  • ‘A coevolutionary analysis of organisational systems and processes: quantitative applications to information system dynamics in small entrepreneurial firms’, 2009 (September), (with GC Reid), Critical Perspectives on Accounting 20(6), 762-781.   doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2003.10.071.  
  • ‘Business and Social Mobility into the British Elite 1870-1914’, 2004, (with J Foreman-Peck), Journal of European Economic History 33(3), 485-518.
  • ‘What makes a new business start-up successful?’, 2000, (with GC Reid), Small Business Economics, 13(3), 165-82.
  •  ‘Land ownership and social change in late nineteenth century Britain’, 2000, Economic History Review, LIII(4), 767-76.
  • Information System Development in the Small Firm: the use of management accounting, 2000, (with GC Reid and F Mitchell), CIMA Research Monograph: Chartered Institute of Management Accountants; London. ISBN: 1 85971 453 6.
Publié le 30 mars 2022