Accounting for Social Purpose Alliances: Confronting the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa

@inproceedings{Rahaman2010AccountingFS,
  title={Accounting for Social Purpose Alliances: Confronting the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa},
  author={Abu Shiraz Rahaman and Dean Neu and Jeff Everett},
  year={2010}
}
Social purpose alliances are an increasingly important organizational form used by governments and supranational institutions to address large-scale social problems. Little is known, however, about how these alliances are organized and directed. This study investigates one such alliance, focusing on how accounting practices are being used to arrange, coordinate, and control a geographically-dispersed and heterogeneous group of actors involved in the fight against HIV/AIDS in Ghana, Africa. It… CONTINUE READING

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