This book explores the role of politics in cost accounting change.
Empirical research sheds new light on how the macro-political
dynamics of the state can underpin micro-level changes in an
organisation's cost management practices. Taking an Egyptian
state-owned enterprise as its case study, chapters explore the
political evolution of these practices and how they became a
political and consequently strategic imperative. The author
examines the roles played by neoliberal political reform,
re-privatisation, modernisation and state budget reform in relation
to micro level changes in cost management practices. Readers are
invited to learn about the public sector cost management practices
and the changes that have taken place in various political,
cultural, economic, and organisational settings.
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