ASSC, 1975, 1975. The Corporate Report. Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, London.
Babbie, E.R., 1973. Survey Research Methods, Belmont, CA, Wadsworth..
Berry, A., Citron, D., Jarvis, R., 1987. The Information Needs of Bankers Dealing with Large and Small
Companies (ACCA Research Report 7). Certified Accountant Publications, London.
Berry, R.H., Crum, R.E., Waring, A., 1993. Corporate Performance Evaluation in Bank Lending Decisions.
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Press, London.
Bryman, A., 2001. Social Research Methods. Oxford University, Oxford.
Buxton, A., 1997. Business ethics: getting on the right track. CIB News, February, 1–4.
Case, P., 1996. Land, lending and liability. Chartered Banker 2 (4), 44–49.
Coulson, A.B., Dixon, R., 1995. Environmental risk and marketing strategy: implications for financial
institutions. International Journal of Bank Marketing 13 (2), 22–29.
Cowton, C.J., 2002. Integrity, responsibility and affinity: three aspects of ethics in banking. Business Ethics: a
European Review 11 (4), 393–400.
Cowton, C.J., Drake, J.E., Thompson, P., 2000. Charities’ bankers: an analysis of UK market shares. International
Journal of Bank Marketing 18 (1), 42–46.
Cowton, C.J., Thompson, P., 1999. Ethical Banking: Progress and Prospects. Financial Times Business, London.
Cowton, C.J., Thompson, P., 2000. Do codes make a difference? The case of bank lending and the environment.
Journal of Business Ethics 24 (2), 165–178.
Cowton, C.J., Thompson, P., 2001. Financing the social economy: a case study of Triodos Bank. International
Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 6 (2), 145–155.
Davis, P., Worthington, S., 1993. Cooperative values: change and continuity in capital accumulation—the case of
the British Co-operative Bank. Journal of Business Ethics 12 (11), 849–859.
Dawson, A.W., 1996. Pollution and the uncertainty principle, Chartered Secretary, September.
Deegan, C., Rankin, M., 1997. The materiality of environmental information to users of annual reports.
Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 10 (4), 562–583.
Deegan, C., Rankin, M., 1999. The environmental reporting expectations gap: Australian evidence. British
Accounting Review 31 (3), 313–346.
Epstein, M.J., Freedman, M., 1994. Social disclosure and the individual investor. Accounting, Auditing and
Accountability Journal 7 (4), 94–109.
Fink, A., 1995. How to Analyze Survey Data. Sage, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Foley, B.J., Maunders, K.T., 1977. Accounting Information Disclosure and Collective Bargaining. Macmillan,
Gray, R., 1990. The Greening of Accountancy: The Profession after Pearce. Certified Accountants Publications,
Gray, R., 1992. Accounting and environmentalism: an exploration of the challenge of gently accounting for
accountability, transparency and sustainability. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17 (3), 399–425.
Gray, R., Bebbington, J., 2001. Accounting for the Environment, second ed., Sage, London.
Gray, R., Kouhy, R., Lavers, S., 1995. Corporate social and environmental accounting: a review of the literature
and a longitudinal study of UK disclosure. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 8 (2), 47–77.
Griffith, R., 1992. Postscript: using annual reports for ethical decision-making. In: Owen, D., (Ed.), Green
Reporting: Accountancy and the Challenge of the Nineties, pp. 256–261.
Harte, G., Lewis, L., Owen, D., 1991. Ethical investment and the corporate reporting function. Critical
Perspectives on Accounting 2 (3), 227–253.
Harvey, B., 1995. Ethical banking: the case of the Co-operative Bank. Journal of Business Ethics 14 (12),
Hill, J., Fedrigo, D., Marshall, I., 1997. Banking and the Future: A Survey of Implementation of the UNEP
Statement by Banks on the Environment and Sustainable Development. Green Alliance, London.
ICAEW, 1992. Accountancy and the Environment: A Policy and Research Agenda. Institute of Chartered
Accountants in England and Wales, London.
Kitson, A., 1996. Taking the pulse: ethics and the British Co-operative Bank. Journal of Business Ethics 15 (9),
Laughlin, R.C., Puxty, A.G., 1981. The decision-usefulness criterion: wrong cart, wrong horse? AUTA Review
13 (1), 43–87.
Lee, T.A., Tweedie, D.P., 1981. The Institutional Investor and Financial Information. Institute of Chartered
Accountants in England and Wales, London.
Macve, R., 1981. A Conceptual Framework for Financial Accounting and Reporting: The Possibilities for an
Agreed Structure. Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, London,.
Maltby, J., 1997. Setting its own standards and meeting those standards: voluntarism versus regulation in
environmental reporting. Business Strategy and the Environment 6 (2), 83–92.
Oppenheim, A.N., 1992. Questionnaire Design Interviewing and Attitude Measurement, New Edition,
Owen, D., 1992. Green Reporting: Accountancy and the Challenge of the Nineties. Chapman and Hall, London.
Owen, D., Gray, R., Bebbington, J., 1997. Green accounting: cosmetic irrelevance or radical agenda for change?
Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting 4 (2), 175–198.
Perks, R.W., 1993. Accounting and Society. London, Chapman and Hall.
Puxty, A.G., Laughlin, R.C., 1983. Accounting regulation: an alternative perspective. Journal of Business
Finance and Accounting 10 (3), 451–479.
Ramanathan, K.V., 1976. Toward a theory of corporate social accounting. Accounting Review 51 (3), 516–528.
Rockness, J., Williams, P.F., 1988. A descriptive study of social responsibility mutual funds. Accounting,
Organizations and Society 12 (4), 397–411.
Rubenstein, D.B., 1992. Bridging the gap between green accounting and black ink. Accounting, Organizations
and Society 17 (5), 501–508.
Sarokin, D., Schulkin, J., 1991. Environmental concerns and the business of banking. Journal of Commercial
Bank Lending 74 (5), 6–19.
Siegel, S., 1956. Non Parametric Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. International Students Edition, New York.
Smith, D.R., 1994. Environmental Risk: Credit Approaches and Opportunities: An Interim Report. United
Nations Environment, McGraw Hill, Geneva.
Spencer-Cooke, A., 1994. Where Silence is not Golden, ACCA Occasional Research Paper, Certified
Accountants Educational Programme Trust, London.
Taberner, J., Gibb, S., Sweeney, D., 1991. Learning to live with green law, International Financial Law Review,
Special Supplement, February, pp. 7–10.
Thompson, P., 1998a. Assessing the environmental risk exposure of UK banks. International Journal of Bank
Marketing 16 (3), 129–139.
Thompson, P., 1998b. Bank lending and the environment: policies and opportunities. International Journal of
Bank Marketing 16 (6), 243–252.
Thompson, P., 1999a. Exploiting lending opportunities in the environmental technology and service sector.
Journal of Financial Services Marketing 3 (3), 231–246.
Thompson, P., 1999b. The future of commercial banking—the internet, stakeholders and ethics: a case study of
the Co-operative Bank. Journal of Financial Services Marketing 3 (4), 316–333.
UNEP, 1992. Banking and the Environment—A Statement by Banks on the Environment and Sustainable
Development. United Nations Environment Programme, Geneva.
UNEP, 1995. UNEP Global Survey: Environmental Policies and Practices of the Financial Services Sector.
United Nations Environment Programme, Geneva.
Vaughan, S., 1994. Environmental Risk and Commercial Banks: Discussion Paper. United Nations Environment
Wanless, D., 1995. The Gilbert Lecture 1995: Banking and the Environment. Chartered Institute of Bankers,