Dr Joanne Tingey-Holyoak
Dr Joanne Tingey-Holyoak
Centre for Accounting, Governance and Sustainability, University of South Australia
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei unisa.edu.au
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Environmental reporting in the Spanish wind energy sector: an institutional view
JA Moseñe, RL Burritt, MV Sanagustín, JM Moneva, J Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Cleaner Production 40, 199-211, 2013
Forging cleaner production: the importance of academic-practitioner links for successful sustainability embedded carbon accounting
RL Burritt, J Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Cleaner Production 36, 39-47, 2012
Management roles and sustainability information. Exploring corporate practice
S Schaltegger, R Burritt, D Zvezdov, J Hörisch, J Tingey‐Holyoak
Australian Accounting Review 25 (4), 328-345, 2015
The transdisciplinary nature of accounting: A pathway towards the sustainable future of the profession
J Tingey-Holyoak, R Burritt
Emerging pathways for the next generation of accountants 3, 93-103, 2012
Appropriate small dam management for minimizing catchment‐wide safety threats: International benchmarked guidelines and demonstrative cases studies
JD Pisaniello, J Tingey‐Holyoak, RL Burritt
Water Resources Research 48 (1), 2012
Does sustainability investment provide adaptive resilience to ethical investors? Evidence from Spain
E Ortas, JM Moneva, R Burritt, J Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Business Ethics 124 (2), 297-309, 2014
Dam safety management for sustainable farming businesses and catchments
JD Pisaniello, RL Burritt, J Tingey-Holyoak
Agricultural Water Management 98 (4), 507-516, 2011
Sustainable water storage by agricultural businesses: Strategic responses to institutional pressures
J Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Business Research 67 (12), 2590-2602, 2014
Water sharing risk in agriculture: Perceptions of farm dam management accountability in Australia
JL Tingey-Holyoak
Agricultural Water Management 145, 123-133, 2014
Analysis and application of international dam safety policy benchmarks
J Tingey‐Holyoak, JD Pisaniello, RL Burritt
Benchmarking: An International Journal, 2011
International small dam safety assurance policy benchmarks to avoid dam failure flood disasters in developing countries
JD Pisaniello, TT Dam, JL Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Hydrology 531, 1141-1153, 2015
Sustainability accounting research and professional practice: mind the gap
R Burritt, J Tingey-Holyoak
Bridging the gap between academic accounting research and professional …, 2011
Incorporating on-farm water storage safety into catchment policy frameworks: International best practice policy for private dam safety accountability and assurance
JL Tingey-Holyoak, JD Pisaniello, RL Burritt, A Spassis
Land use policy 33, 61-70, 2013
Growing community developments causing ‘hazard creep’downstream of farm dams–A simple and cost-effective tool to help land planners appraise flood safety
JD Pisaniello, JL Tingey-Holyoak
Safety science 97, 58-72, 2017
The need for Engineering Accounting: Identifying current and future demand and supply
J Tingey-Holyoak, J Pisaniello, RL Burritt
Report to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, Sydney, 2014
Accounting for sustainable aviation
R Burritt, S Schaltegger, J Tingey-Holyoak
Charter 82 (8), 22-3, 2011
Dual-extreme cumulative impacts and threats in agricultural catchments: The need for effective integrated policy
JD Pisaniello, JL Tingey-Holyoak, RL Burritt
Agricultural water management 118, 103-112, 2013
Resilience policy for flood risk transferred from private to public dams: Insurance and accounting issues
J Tingey-Holyoak, JD Pisaniello, M Linnenluecke
University of South Australia, 2012
Accounting for on-farm water storage practices in the face of dual-extreme cumulative impacts and threats in catchments
JD Pisaniello
Acqua Alta, 2011
Living with surface water shortage and surplus: the case of sustainable agricultural water storage
J Tingey-Holyoak, RL Burritt, JD Pisaniello
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 20 (3), 208-224, 2013
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