Why do accountants write plays about direct costing, Peter Armstrong; Accounting, time and African philosophy, Daniel P.S. Asechemie; Managing the organizational environment: the United States general accounting office and its audit report review process, Onker N. Basu; The values of accounting and education: some implications of the creation of visibilities and invisibilities in schools, Jane Broadbent; Segregation: a patriarchal strategy in the professions, J. Andrew Coutts, Jennifer Roberts; Sponsored academic positions by large public accounting firms: an investigation of quid pro quo, Timothy J. Fogarty; Disclosure of environmental cleanup costs: the impact of the superfund, Martin Freedman, A.J. Stagliano; Expectations of professional success in accounting: an examination of race and gender differences, Mary Anne Gaffney et al; Accounting and modernity, Sonja Gallhofer, Jim Haslam; Auditor concentration and pricing of audit services: public policy and research implications, Willie E. Gist, Pavlos Michaels; Variability in social disclosure: a legitimacy-based analysis, Dennis M. Patten; Regulating the new stock issue process, Cynthia Simmons, Dean Neu. Public Interest forum: An examination of the possible occurrence of fraud in accounting research, Stanley W.Davis, J. Edward Ketz; The public cost of private corporations, Ralph Estes. Selected poems and short stories: matures dividend, Kate Carnegie-Smith; Morning, David J. Carpenter; Academic howl (for Allen Ginsberg), Timothy J. Fogarty; Career choice, Horace Givens; Developing a business plan for not raising hogs (a short story), James D. Hansen, John D. Morgan; How strange is this accountancy, David G. Hewitt; Everybody's talking, Chris Humphrey et al; Requiem on accountancy, Gerald Vinten; Crossing the bridge, Keith Varnock.