Conventions at Work: On Forensic Accountant's Intermediation

Charrier, Emmanuel; Pélisse, Jérôme
November 2012
Economic Sociology: The European Electronic Newsletter;Nov2012, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p31
The article examines the role of economists as experts in law courts. It discusses the conventional basis of their practices as well as their participation in the elaboration and translation of business and judicial conventions. It also aims to enter forensics in economics into the ways they assume and develop the role as mediators which transforms them as depositary of conventions of business and also conventions of justice.


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