Reg Mathews Memorial Prize Social and Environmental Accountability Journal

Social and Environmental Accountability Journal

The Reg Mathews Memorial Prize is an annual award for the paper considered to have made the most significant contribution towards the social and environmental accounting literature published in Social and Environmental Accountability Journal (SEAJ). The paper is selected by the editorial board of SEAJ and is named in memory of Professor Reg Mathews, a leading figure in the development of social and environmental accounting. The award was established in 2013, and first awarded in 2013 for papers published in 2012. 

Social and Environmental Accountability Journal are delighted to announce that Pål Vik has won the 2017 Reg Mathews Memorial Prize for “What’s So Social About Social Return on Investment? A Critique of Quantitative Social Accounting Approaches Drawing on Experiences of International Microfinance.”

Enjoy free access to the 2017 winning article until the end of February 2019.