The paper aims to investigate how far the pragmatist concept of inquiry (Dewey, 1916, 1938) makes it possible to develop a processual and relational approach to accountability, moving the focus away from a representational conception of truth and subjectivist/individualist views on meaning-making, toward collective exploration and understanding of an issue by stakeholders with the aim of transforming social practices. The paper studies an accountability process in action, namely nuclear incident reporting, and its role in the construction of a community of inquiry investigating nuclear safety. Lien vers l'article
KERVEILLANT, M. and LORINO, P. (2021). Dialogical and situated accountability to the public. The reporting of nuclear incidents. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 34(1), pp. 111-136.