Tag: Case study

Material Flow Cost Accounting in Vietnam: A Multi-level Exploration

The study examines the adoption of material flow cost accounting in Vietnam to promote green productivity and reduce resource waste. It identifies six barriers to implementation and suggests strategies to overcome them. The research emphasizes the importance of addressing institutional levels and transforming micro-level practices to achieve sustainable production and consumption patterns, aligning with UN […]

Commensuration of health-care quality standards through hospital accreditation: from measurement weapon to management tool?

The purpose of this study is to examine the management perceptions towards calculative practices behind the reconstruction of a mandatory hospital accreditation (HA) system that transforms multiple facets of health-care quality into a single performance index. This study contributes to the sociology of quantification mobilising the concept of commensuration as a social process to reflect […]