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    • Curricular accounting and standards and equivalence of university-student learning 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2010)
      Accounting figures variously in New Higher Education. However, despite their infant precursors having been labelled curricular accounting (see Theodossin, E. (1986), The Modular Market, Further Education Staff College, ...
    • Functions of accounting, types of rulership (-archies) and forms of rule (-[o]cracies) 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2012)
      This critical history is concerned with accountings as technologies of domination and of legitimation. Widespread studies of accounting usages and their contexts have illuminated these socio-political functions of accounting. ...
    • A genealogy of knowledge as an accountable commodity 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2012)
      This study is about how and why knowledge in the form of higher education learning has come to be accounted for using calculative practices. These practices are evident in public funding of higher education based on ...
    • A retrospective analysis of curricular accounting 

      Dixon K (2018)
      I explain how and why higher education learning has come to be accounted for using calculative practices, and to examine critically the implications of this curricular accounting. The practices in question, in which credits ...