The interplay between home and host logics of accountability in multinational corporations (MNCs): the case of the Fundão dam disaster

@article{Safari2020TheIB,
  title={The interplay between home and host logics of accountability in multinational corporations (MNCs): the case of the Fund{\~a}o dam disaster},
  author={Maryam Safari and Vicente Bicudo de Castro and Ileana Steccolini},
  journal={Accounting, Auditing \& Accountability Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={33},
  pages={1761-1789}
}
PurposeThe major purpose of this paper is to answer the overarching questions of how multinational corporations (MNCs) address the multiple institutional logics of accountability and pressures of the field in which they operate and how the dominant logic changes and shifts in response to such pressures pre- and post-disaster situation.Design/methodology/approachIn-depth interpretive textual analyses of multiple longitudinal data sets are conducted to study the case of the Fundão dam disaster… 
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