• Sajay Samuel, “Beyond Economics and Ecology: the radical thought of Ivan Illich”, London: Marion Boyars Publishers, 2013.
  • Mark Dirsmith, Mark Covaleski, Sajay Samuel, “On Being Professional in the 21st Century: an empirically informed essay”, Auditing: a journal of practice and theory, , forthcoming.
  • M. Covaleski, M. Dirsmith, S. Samuel, J. Weiss, “From the physical to the fiscal: monetizing the poor”, Public Administration Review, 2014, 3, pp.1-16.
  • Sajay Samuel & Armond Manassian, “The rise and coming fall of International Accounting Research”, Critical Perspectives on Accounting, , 22, pp.608-627.
  • Sajay Samuel and Jean Robert, “Water runs and ought to run freely: reflections on ‘scarcity’ in economics”, in (eds). Lyla Mehta, Limits to Scarcity, , , 22, 109-126.
  • Sajay Samuel, Mark Covaleski, & Mark Dirsmith, “On the Eclipse of Professionalism in Accounting: an essay”, Accounting, Organizations and Institutions: Essays in Honour of Anthony Hopwood , , 22, pp.367-395.
  • Sajay Samuel & Mark Covaleski, & Mark Dirsmith, “Accounting in and for U.S. Governments and Non-Profits: a review of research and a call to further inquiry”, in Handbook of Management Accounting Research v.3, , 22, 1299-1322.
  • Sajay Samuel & Dean Bavington, “Energy and Equity in World Fisheries”, The International Journal of Illich Studies, , 2, pp.55-64.
  • Sajay Samuel, Mark Dirsmith and Barbara McElroy, “Monetized Medicine: from the physical to the fiscal”, Accounting, Organizations and Society, 1/1/2005, 30/3, 249-278.
  • Sajay Samuel, “Accounting”, Encyclopedia of Science, Technology and Ethics, 1/1/2005, MacMillian, 249-278.


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