Gebreiter, F. (2020). Making up ideal recruits: graduate recruitment, professional socialisation and subjectivity at Big Four accountancy firms. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, forthcoming.
Gebreiter, F. and Hidayah, N. (2019). Individual responses to competing accountability pressures in hybrid organisations: the case of an English business school. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal, 32(3), 727-749.
Yates, D., Gebreiter, F. and Lowe, A. (2019). The internal accountability dynamic of UK service clubs: towards (more) intelligent accountability. Accounting Forum, 43(1), 161-192.
Gebreiter, F., Davies, M., Finley, S., Gee, L., Weaver, L. and Yates, D. (2018). From “rock stars” to “hygiene factors”: teachers at private accountancy tuition providers. Accounting History, 23(1-2), 138-150.
Gebreiter, F. (2017). Accounting and the emergence of care pathways in the National Health Service. Financial Accountability and Management, 33(3), 299-310.
Gebreiter, F. and Ferry, L. (2016). Accounting and the “insoluble” problem of health care costs. European Accounting Review, 25(4), 719-733.
Gebreiter, F. (2016). “Comparing the incomparable”: hospital costing and the art of medicine in post-war Britain. British Accounting Review, 48(2), 257-268.
Gebreiter, F. (2015). Hospital accounting and the history of health-care rationing in Britain. Accounting History Review, 25(3), 183-199.
Gebreiter, F. and Jackson, W. (2015). Fertile ground: the history of accounting in hospitals. Accounting History Review, 25(3), 177-182.