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About Jeffery Everett
My research examines issues and questions in a variety of areas, including accounting and public policy; sustainability reporting and social and environmental accounting; corruption and fraud in private sector, public sector and not-for-profit organizations; professional ethics and ethics in accounting; and epistemological issues in accounting research.
2007 Emerald Publication’s Highly Commended Paper Award for outstanding paper Auditing, Accounting, and Accountability Journal
2006 The Haskayne School of Business’ Dean’s Award for Outstanding New Researcher
2005 The Professionalism and Ethics Committee of the American Accounting Association's Outstanding Paper Award
2004 Emerald Publication's Mary Parker Follett Award for outstanding paper in Accounting, Auditing, and Accountability Journal
2004 Sage Publication's Breaking the Frame Award for outstanding paper in the Journal of Management Inquiry
Everett, J., Neu, D., Rahaman, AS., and Maharaj, G. (2015). Praxis, Doxa and research methods: Reconsidering critical accounting,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 32(1): 37-44.
Neu, D., Everett, J., and Rahaman, AS. (2015). “Preventing Corruption within Government Procurement: Constructing the Disciplined and Ethical Subject,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 28(1): 49-61.
Everett, J. and Tremblay, MS. (2014). “On Hypocrisy, the Phronemos, and Kitsch: A reply to our commentators,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(3), 222-225. Proofs finalized October 19, 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cpa.2013.10.002
Sargiacomo, M., Ianni, L., and Everett, J. (2014). “Accounting for Suffering: Calculative Practices in the Field of Disaster Relief,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(7): 652-669.
Everett, J. and Tremblay, MS. (2014). “Ethics in Internal Audit: Moral Will and Moral Skill in a Heteronomous Field,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 25(3), 181-196.
Neu, D., Rahaman, AS., and Everett, J. (2013). “Accounting and Sweatshops: Enabling Coordination and Control in Low-Price Apparel Production Chains,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 31(2), 322-346.
Neu, D., Everett, J., Rahaman, AS., and Martinez, D. (2013). “Accounting and Networks of Corruption,” Accounting, Organizations and Society, 38(6-7), 505-524.
Neu, D., Everett, J., and Rahaman, AS. (2013). “Internal Auditing and Corruption within Government: The Case of the Canadian Sponsorship Program,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 30(3), pp. 1223-1250.
Rahaman, AS., Everett, J., and Neu, D. (2013). Trust, Morality, and the Privatization of Water Services in Developing Countries,” Business and Society Review, 118(4), 539-575.
Everett, J. (2013). “A Commentary on ‘Corporate Responsibility to Respect Human Rights and Business Schools Responsibility to Teach It’,” Accounting Education: An International Journal, 22(4), pp. 413-417.
Everett, J., Neu, D., and Rahaman, AS. (2012). “Les Vérificateurs Internes ‘Sur la Crête’: Idéologie, Politique, Éthique et Lutte Contre la Fraude et la Corruption,” Télescope, 18(3), 131-156.
Everett, J. (2011). “Norman Macintosh: Accounting Academe’s Joyful Kynic,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 22(2), pp. 149-157.
Neu, D., Rahaman, AS., and J. Everett. (2010). “Accounting for Social Purpose Alliances: Confronting the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa,” Contemporary Accounting Research, 27(4), pp. 1093-1129.
Everett, J. and Friesen, C. (2010). “Humanitarian Accountability and Performance in the Théâtre de l'Absurde,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 21(6), pp. 468-485.
Neu, D., Rahaman, AS., Everett, J., and Akindayomi, A. (2010). “The Sign Value of Accounting: IMF Structural Adjustment and African Banking Reform,” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 21(5) pp. 402-419.
Chapters in Books:
Everett, J. (2012). “Corruption in Developing Countries: ‘Thinking About’ the Role of Accounting.” In Hopper, T., Tsamenyi, M., Uddin, S., and Wickramasinghe, D. (eds.) Handbook of Accounting and Development, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, Chapter 13, 21 pp.
Project Title Role Award Amount Year Awarded Granting Agency Project TitleResearch on accounting and organized illegal activity RoleCo-Investigator Award Amount$ Year Awarded2012 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Insight Grant Project TitleResearch on the monitoring of the maquiladora industry RoleCo-Investigator Award Amount$90,000.00 Year Awarded2007 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleResearch on accountability in four international health care systems RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$81,000.00 Year Awarded2007 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleResearch on the role of accounting in the global fight against corruption RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$10,000.00 Year Awarded2004 Granting AgencyUniversity Research Grants Committee (URGC), University of Calgary - Starter Grant Project TitleResearch on the role of accounting in the global fight against corruption RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$146,000.00 Year Awarded2004 Granting AgencySocial Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Standard Research Grant Project TitleThe disclosure and accountability practices of the World Bank RolePrincipal Investigator Award Amount$3,000.00 Year Awarded2002 Granting AgencyFaculty of Commerce and Economics Grants Committee, University of New South Wales - Special Research Grant