Professor Scapens has an extensive list of publications. The following are some from the last five years:
Paolo Quattrone, Cristiano Busco, Robert W Scapens and Elena Giovannoni (2016), Dealing with the Unknown, CIMA Academic Research Paper, Vol 12. Issue 14.
Michael Bromwich and Robert W. Scapens (2016), “Management Accounting Research: 25 Years On” Management Accounting Research, Vol.31, pp.1-11.
Lynda Taylor and Robert W. Scapens (2016),"The role of identity and image in shaping management accounting change", Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol.29 Issue 6 pp.1075-1099.
Chiwamit, P., Sven Modell and Robert W Scapens (2017), “Regulation and adaptation of management accounting innovations: The case of economic value added in Thai state-owned enterprises”, Management Accounting Research. Vol. 37 2017, pp. 30-48.
Evangelia Varoutsa and Robert W Scapens (2018) “Trust and Control in Evolving Inter-organisational Relationships: Evidence from the Aerospace Industry”, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal Vol. 31 No. 1, pp. 112-140.
Jeltje van der Meer-Kooistra and Robert W Scapens, “The Governance of Collaborative Product Development”, in Carlsson-Wall, M., Håkansson, H., Kraus, K., Lind, J. and Strömsten, T. eds., Accounting, Innovation and Inter-Organisational Relationships, Routledge Studies in Accounting, Routledge 2018, Chapter 13.
Henk ter Bogt and Robert W Scapens (2019) “Institutions, Situated Rationality and Agency in Management Accounting: A research note extending the Burns and Scapens Framework”, Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 32, Issue 6, 1801-1825.
Julian W. Jones and Robert W. Scapens (2020) “Finance Business Partners on a Path to Knowledge” Financial Management, February 2020.
G. C. Rozenfeld and R. W. Scapens (2021), Forming mixed-type inter-organisational relationships in Sub-Saharan Africa: The role of institutional logics, social identities and institutionally embedded agency, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, Vol 78.
Julian Jones and Robert Scapens Finance Business Partnering: design principles to orchestrate value, CIMA Research Executive Summary
, (2021) Vol. 16 Issue 4.