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Achieving Transparency: The Visible, Invisible and Divisible in Academic Accountability Networks

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Demands for greater transparency form an increasingly prevalent feature of many areas of organizational activity. Through the rubric of transparency, demands are made for organizations to demonstrate recognition of their responsibility for environmental impact, how money is spent, the returns received on money invested and so on. This paper argues that transparency reviews, however, do not straightforwardly open up opportunities for observing the internal dynamics of an organization in order ...

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Daniel Neyland More by this author
Publication date:
2007
URN:
uuid:53652d07-161a-4fb7-b434-ab2f29b1d4cb
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oai:eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk:1809

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