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Karen Handley
Karen Handley
Director - International, Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle
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Knowledge management in small and medium enterprises: a structured literature review
M Massaro, K Handley, C Bagnoli, J Dumay
Journal of Knowledge Management 20 (2), 258-291, 2016
2812016
Corporate disclosure in relation to combating corporate bribery: A case study of two Chinese telecommunications companies
MA Islam, S Haque, T Dissanayake, P Leung, K Handley
Australian Accounting Review 25 (3), 309-326, 2015
382015
SME reporting in Australia: Where to now for decision-usefulness?
K Handley, S Wright, E Evans
Australian Accounting Review, 2017
202017
Does female participation in strategic decision‐making roles matter for corporate social responsibility performance?
S Bose, S Hossain, A Sobhan, K Handley
Accounting & Finance 62 (3), 4109-4156, 2022
142022
A new way of working: Flexibility and work-life balance in the Accounting Profession in Australia
K Handley, S McGrath-Champ, P Leung
Anywhere Working and the New Era of Telecommuting, 111-141, 2017
122017
SME corporate governance: a literature review of informal mechanisms for governance
K Handley, C Molloy
Meditari Accountancy Research 30 (7), 310-333, 2022
102022
The same or different: how women have become included in corporate leadership in Australia
K Handley, A Ross-Smith, S Wright
Inclusive leadership: Negotiating gendered spaces, 93-124, 2018
92018
Making sense of contemporary disasters: a liquid development perspective.
S Perkiss, K Handley
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 37 (9/10), 2017
62017
Reporting for SMEs
K Handley
Charter 81 (7), 68-69, 2010
42010
Covid-19 and Small Business Owners: Report on Stage One Findings
C Molloy, K Handley, L Faulkner
University of Newcastle, Australia for the NSW State Insurance Regulatory …, 2021
22021
Crisis in small business: A literature review
K Handley, C Molloy, L Faulkner
University of Newcastle, United Kingdom. UK, 2021
22021
Understanding participation in accounting standard‐setting: the case of AASB ED 192 Revised Differential Reporting Framework
K Handley, E Evans, S Wright
Accounting & Finance 60 (4), 3621-3645, 2019
22019
The Information needs of users of financial statements of non-publicly accountable entities
K Handley, E Evans, S Wright
Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand Conference …, 2012
22012
Work conditions, balance and gender equity: A study of Chartered Accountants 1995 to 2013
K Handley, P Leung, S McGrath-Champ, M Kidd
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, 2015
12015
A Humane Reckoning: From Accounting to Accountability at Macquarie University, 1964-2014
M Hutchinson, K Handley
12014
Lobbying for Changes to the Australian Reduced Differential Reporting Standard: An Examination of Public and Private Interests
K Handley, ER Evans, S Wright
CAAA Annual Conference, 2012
12012
Accounting standards for Australian SMEs: identifying, considering and incorporating the needs of users into financial statements
K Handley
Macquarie University, 2022
2022
MENTAL HEALTH OF AUSTRALIAN MICRO-BUSINESS OWNERS: FINAL RESEARCH GRANT REPORT
L Faulkner, C Molloy, K Handley
https://www.sira.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/1037394/Micro …, 2021
2021
WHEN SIZE MATTERS: CREATING MENTALLY HEALTHY WORKPLACES
L Faulkner, C Molloy, K Handley
2021
Research Report 16: Financial Reporting by Non-Corporate or Small Entities
S Wright, K Handley, J Niass
https://www.aasb.gov.au/admin/file/content102/c3 …, 2021
2021
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