Dr Joanne Tingey-Holyoak
Dr Joanne Tingey-Holyoak
Centre for Accounting, Governance and Sustainability, University of South Australia
Verified email at unisa.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
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
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
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
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
Sustainable water storage by agricultural businesses: Strategic responses to institutional pressures
J Tingey-Holyoak
Journal of Business Research 67 (12), 2590-2602, 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
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
Sustainability accounting research and professional practice: mind the gap
R Burritt, J Tingey-Holyoak
Bridging the gap between academic accounting research and professional …, 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
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
Accounting for sustainable aviation
R Burritt, S Schaltegger, J Tingey-Holyoak
Charter 82 (8), 22-3, 2011
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
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
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
Accounting for on-farm water storage practices in the face of dual-extreme cumulative impacts and threats in catchments
JD Pisaniello
Acqua Alta, 2011
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
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