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Troshani, Indrit; Locke, Joanne and Rowbottom, Nick (2019). Transformation of accounting through digital standardisation. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 32(1) pp. 133–162.


Locke, Joanne; Rowbottom, Nick and Troshani, Indrit (2018). Sites of translation in digital reporting. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, 31(7) pp. 2006–2030. file


Locke, Joanne; Lowe, Alan and Lymer, Andy (2015). Interactive data and retail investor decision-making: an experimental study. Accounting & Finance, 55(1) pp. 213–240.


Guilloux, Véronique; Locke, Joanne and Lowe, Alan (2013). Digital business reporting standards: mapping the battle in France. European Journal of Information Systems, 22 pp. 257–277.


Lowe, Alan; Locke, Joanne and Lymer, Andy (2012). The SEC’s retail investor 2.0: interactive data and the rise of calculative accountability. Critical Perspectives on Accounting, 23(3) pp. 183–200.

Locke, Joanne and Lowe, Alan (2012). Process flowcharts: malleable visual mediators of ERP implementation. In: Quattrone, Paolo; Thrift, Nigel; McClean, Chris and Puyou, Francois-Regis eds. Imagining Organizations: Performative Imagery in Business and Beyond. Abingdon: Taylor & Francis, pp. 99–126.


Locke, Joanne; Lymer, Andrew and Lowe, Alan (2009). Digital reporting options for Europe: a socio-technical analysis of interactive data from the perspective of non-professional investors. ICAEW, London.


Locke, Joanne and Lowe, Alan (2008). Evidence and implications of multiple paradigms in accounting knowledge production. European Accounting Review, 17(1) pp. 161–191.

Lowe, Alan and Locke, Joanne (2008). Enterprise resource planning and the post bureaucratic organization: ‘formalization’ as trust in the system versus ‘solidarity’ as trust in individuals. Information Technology & People, 21(4) pp. 375–400.

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