David Carter

Dr, Research Lead - Canberra Business School

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20082019
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Biography

I am the Research Lead in the Canberra Business School in the Faculty of Business, Government and Law. 

My research examines the politics of information concerning accounting, law, politics, regulation, and discourses of capital. My work is trans-disciplinary and concerns how information (including metrics, economics, accounting and statistics) is used within legal and political processes, which explores the interface of law and regulation within government, public policy, corporate, regulatory and litigation settings. Traditionally, information is presented in legal and political environments as apolitical, objective and capable of resolving problems and conflicts. My research investigates the politics of 'information', depicting the role of information at methodological, technical, and political levels.

I draw on a range of post-structural theory in my work, including Laclau and Mouffe, Hardt and Negri, Lazzarato, Gramsci, Luxemburg, Marx, and have a deep interest in jurisprudential theory, research philosophy and post-colonial literatures. Thus, my research focuses on three main pillars: the politics of information (in an ontological sense); the nature of governance and regulation; and the discourse of capital.

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Visiting Professor , Universidade de São Paulo

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Research Output 2008 2019

2 Citations (Scopus)

Examining the unintended outcomes of NPM reforms in Indonesia

HARUN, H., MIR, M., CARTER, D. & An, Y., 17 Feb 2019, In : Public Money and Management. 39, 2, p. 86-94 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Indonesia
reform
corruption
public sector
governance
1 Citation (Scopus)

Metonyms and metaphor: the rhetorical redescription of public interest for the International Accounting Standards Board

Carter, D. & Warren, R., 2019, In : Critical Policy Studies. 13, 3, p. 280-305 26 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

public interest
metaphor
legitimacy
political impact
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New development: IPSAS adoption, from G20 countries to village governments in developing countries

Fahmid, I. M., Harun, H., Graham, P., Carter, D., Suhab, S., An, Y., Zheng, X. & Fahmid, M. M., 22 May 2019, In : Public Money and Management. p. 1-4 4 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

village
developing country
reporting system
economy
Indonesia

Regulation of auditing in Australia: Submission 90

Voss, B. & Carter, D., 13 Nov 2019, 5 p. Australia : Australian Parliament House Website.

Research output: Textual Creative WorksOther contribution

Open Access
Audit
Auditing
Materiality
Public interest

The use of internal audit for corruption: A discussion on NSW and Federal Government in Australia

DE LIMA VOSS, B. & CARTER, D., 27 Jun 2019, p. 428-428. 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to conference (non-published works)Abstract

Internal audit
Wales
Corruption
Federal government
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