Economics performativity and its consequences for accounting and organizational spaces: the case of public sector reforms
The chapter contributes to public sector accounting research (e.g. Miller
and Lapsley, 2019; Ahlgren, 2017; Themsen and Skærbæk, 2018) by showing
how economic theories use budget enquiries to problematize organizational
spaces and formulate innovative organizational solutions. Those economics
derived solutions, with their recurrent spatial ignorance, generate new and
SKÆRBÆK, P., TRYGGESTAD, K. et CHRISTENSEN, M. (2023). Economics performativity and its consequences for accounting and organizational spaces: the case of public sector reforms. Dans: Gustavo Guzman, Andreas Diedrich, Franck Cochoy eds. Space and Organizing: On Spatial Agencing. 1st ed. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 104-120.