Dr Stephen Lyne
Steve Lyne's main research interests are in organisational management accounting, particularly the use of activity-based techniques, budgeting techniques, and management accounting in education. He is currently writing a book based on an eight-year study into the use of activity-based techniques. In October 2002 a study into the 'Changing Use of Company Budgets' commenced, from which various papers and a monograph are in process. Both of these studies have been funded by CIMA.
ECONM1013: MSc Management
Fields of interest
Organisational management accounting, Budgeting techniques, Management accounting in education
- Dugdale, D & Lyne, SR, 2010, Budgeting Practice and Organisational Structure. CIMA Publishing/Elsevier
- Friedman, A & Lyne, S, 2001, The beancounter stereotype: towards a general model of stereotype generation. Critical Perspectives in Accounting, vol 12 (4)., pp. 423 - 451
- Lyne, S & Friedman, A, 2000, The Beancounter Stereotype: Towards a General Model of Stereotype Generation. BRICMAR, vol 00-03.
- Friedman, A & Lyne, S, 1999, Success and Failure of Activity-based Techniques: a long term perspective. Chartered Institute of Management Accountants
- Friedman, A & Lyne, S, 1997, Activity-based techniques and the death of the bean counter. European Accounting Review, vol 6/1., pp. 19 - 44
- Lyne, S & Friedman, A, 1996, Activity-based techniques and the 'new management accountant'. Management Accounting, vol 74., pp. 34 - 35
- Lyne, S & Friedman, A, 1995, Activity Based Techniques: The real life Consequences. CIMA Publishing
- Friedman, A & Lyne, S, 1994, Activity-Based Techniques and the Death of the Bean Counter. University of Bristol
- Lyne, S, 1992, Perceptions and attitudes of different user-groups to the role of the budget, budget pressure and budget participation. Accounting and Business Research, vol 22,88., pp. 357 - 369
Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system