ICCAA Commissioned Research Reports

 

Research Papers

 

Wahyuni, D. and Ratnatunga, J. (2014) “Carbon Strategies and Management Practices in an Uncertain Carbonomic Environment – Lessons Learned from the Coal-face”, Journal of Cleaner Production, (Accepted for Publication) (ERA Ranking A)

Ratnatunga, J., and Wahyuni, D. (2014) “Carbonvestments: Appraising Investments in a Carbonomics Environment” Abacus, (Accepted for Publication) (ERA Ranking A)

Koku, P.S. and Ratnatunga, J. (2013) “Green Marketing and Misleading Statements:  The Case of Saab in Australia’, Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research, 11 (1), pp. 1-8. (ERA Ranking B)

Murad, W. and Ratnatunga, J. (2013) “Carbonomics of the Bangladesh Agricultural Output: Causality and Long-Run Equilibrium” Management of Environmental Quality – An International Journal, 24(2), pp. 256-271. (ERA Ranking C)

Ratnatunga, J. and Murad, W. (2012) “Carbonomics of the Japan Agricultural Output: Causality and Long-run Sustainability”, International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 19 (6), pp. 482–489. (ERA Ranking B)

Ratnatunga, J., Jones, S. and Balachandran, K.R. (2011). The Valuation and Reporting of Organizational Capability in Carbon Emissions Management, Accounting Horizons, March (in-press). (ERA Ranking A)

Ratnatunga, J. and Balachandran, K. (2009) “Carbon Business Accounting: The Impact of Global Warming on the Cost and Management Accounting Profession” Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 24(2): pp. 333-355 (ERA Ranking A)

Ratnatunga, J. (2007) “ Carbon Cost Accounting: The Impact of Global Warming on the Cost Accounting ProfessionJournal of Applied Management Accounting Research, 5 (2), pp. 1-8.(ERA Ranking B).

Ratnatunga, J. (2007) “An Inconvenient Truth about Accounting”, Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research, 5 (1), pp. 1-20. (ERA Ranking B).

 

Chapters of Books

Chapters Commissioned

Ratnatunga, J. (2014)  "Accounting and Carbon Challenge", Chapter 27 in Jones, S. (Editor), Routledge Companion to Financial Accounting Theory, Routledge Publishing (UK).

 

Chapters Published

Ratnatunga, J. and Balachandran, K.R. (2013)  “Carbon Emissions Management and the Financial Implications of Sustainability”, In Taticchi, P. Carbone, C. and Albino, A, Corporate Sustainability, Springer, UK, pp.59-87.

Ratnatunga, J. (2012) “Carbon Accounting and Carbon Auditing for Business” In Wells, G. (Editor), Sustainable Business: Emerging Research on the Principles and Practice of Business under Sustainability Principles, Edward Elgar, UK.

Ratnatunga, J. and Jones, S. (2012) “An Inconvenient Truth About Accounting: The Paradigm Shift Required In Carbon Emissions Reporting and Assurance”, in Jones, S. and Ratnatunga, J. (2012) Contemporary Issues in Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, Emerald, UK.

Ratnatunga, J. and Jones, S. (2012) “A Methodology to Rank the Quality and Comprehensiveness of Sustainability Information Provided in Publicly Listed Company Reports” in Jones, S. and Ratnatunga, J. (2012) Contemporary Issues In Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, Emerald, UK.

Ratnatunga, J., Wahyuni, D. and Jones, S. (2012) “The Carbon Economy and Emissions Reporting” ” in Jones, S. and Ratnatunga, J. (2012) Contemporary Issues In Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, Emerald, UK.

 

BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

Jones, S. and Ratnatunga, J. (2012), Contemporary Issues in Sustainability Reporting and Assurance, Emerald, UK.

 

REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS

Ratnatunga, J. and Sopanah, A. (2013), “The Impact of the of the Sidoarjo Mudflow Disaster to Economic, Environmental and Social Costs” Proceedings of the 16th Indonesian National Accountants Symposium, Manado, Indonesia; pp. 756-791.

Ratnatunga, J. and Sopanah, A. (2012), “Public Financing of the Economic, Environmental and Social Impact of the Sidoarjo Mudflow Disaster” Proceedings of the A4 Public Finance Management Conference, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia.

Wahyuni, D., Ratnatunga, J. and Round, D. (2012) “A Comparison of Climate Policy Compliance in Developed and Developing Countries”, Airlangga Accounting International Conference, 28-30 June Bali, Indonesia.

Wahyuni, D., Ratnatunga, J. (2011) “Carbonvestments: Appraising Investments in a Carbonomics Environment”, British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Northern Area Group (NAG) Annual Conference, University of Salford, Manchester, 6 September, England, UK.

Wahyuni, D., Ratnatunga, J. and Round, D. (2011) “Roadmaps to Salvation: A Comparison of Climate Policy Compliance in Developed and Developing Countries”, 23rd Annual International Congress on Social and Environmental Accounting Research, The Gateway, University of St Andrews, 7-9 September, Scotland, UK.

Ratnatunga, J. and Jones, S. (2008) “An Inconvenient Truth about Accounting: The Role of Accounting and Assurance Standards in Carbon Trading and Regulation”, 2008 AAA Conference, August, Anaheim, USA, pp. 1-36.

Ratnatunga, J. (2008) “Carbonomics: The Impact of Carbon Trading on Business”, GU8 Conference on Global Issues for Business, University of Rhode Island, Newport, May 

Ratnatunga, J. (2008) “An Inconvenient Truth about Accounting: The Role of Accounting and Assurance Standards in Carbon Trading and Regulation”, 1st Parahyangan International Accounting and Business Conference, February, Bandung, Indonesia, Electronic Proceedings, 14 Feb, pp. 1-36 (with Jones, S.)

Ratnatunga, J. and Jones, S. (2007) “An Inconvenient Truth about Accounting: The Role of Accounting and Assurance Standards in Carbon Trading and Regulation”, AACF 4th Annual International Accounting Conference, November, Istanbul, Turkey, Electronic Proceedings, 17 Nov, pp. 1-36.

Ratnatunga, J. and Jones, S. (2007) “An Inconvenient Truth about Accounting: The Role of Accounting and Assurance Standards in Carbon Trading and Regulation”, 19th Asian Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, November, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Electronic Proceedings, Nov, pp. 1-36.