Dr Sarah Lauwo
Senior Lecturer in Accounting
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Sheffield University Management School
Sarah is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Sheffield University Management School. She previously worked as senior lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London and Aston University. Her research focuses on sustainability accounting, private and public sector accountability, stakeholder accountability, corporate social responsibility and accountability and sustainable development goals.
- PhD - University of Essex
- Research interests
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Public Accountability
- Accounting and Sustainable Developing Goals
- Feminism and Accounting
- Monetization of politics and public procurement in Ghana. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
- Influence of tax dodging on tax justice in developing countries: some theory and evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Financial Crime, 30(2), 332-360.
- Accountability and governance in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in a developing country context : evidence from Tanzania. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 35(6).
- When sorry is not an option: CSR reporting and ‘face work’ in a stigmatised industry – A case study of Barrick (Acacia) gold mine in Tanzania. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 71, 102099-102099.
- Corruption and socio-political economic structures: a case of Nigeria. Journal of Financial Crime, 26(1), 330-371.
- Challenging Masculinity in CSR Disclosures: Silencing of Women’s Voices in Tanzania’s Mining Industry. Journal of Business Ethics, 149(3), 689-706.
- Western accounting reforms and accountability in wealth redistribution in patronage-based Nigerian society. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 30(6), 1288-1308.
- Privatisation and accountability in a “crony capitalist” Nigerian state. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 39, 45-58.
- Corporate social responsibility reporting in the mining sector of Tanzania. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 29(6), 1038-1074.
- Sweeping it under the carpet: the role of legislators in corrupt practice in Nigeria. Journal of Financial Crime, 22(3), 354-377.
- Corporate accountability and human rights disclosures: A case study of Barrick Gold Mine in Tanzania. Accounting Forum, 38(2), 91-108.
- The role of offshore financial centres in elite money laundering practices: evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 15(3), 336-361.
- Politics of fiscal discipline: counter-conducting the World Bank's public financial management reforms. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal.
- Counter-conducting environmental injustices and (un)accountability: Ken Saro-Wiwa’s accounts of the Ogoni’s struggle for emancipation. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal.
- Teaching interests
- Contemporary Issues in Accounting
- Sustainability Accounting
- Corporate Governance
- International Financial Reporting