Accounting, Auditing &Accountability Journal, Ahead of Print.
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the part of volunteers along with its effects on related accountability practices towards inheritance by a big humanitarian non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Indonesia. The empirical proof comes from wealthy fieldwork carried out in an undercover NGO. The authors gathered the evidence mainly through 46 interviews along with five focus groups. found that the case NGO drew heavily to the social and cultural capitals of volunteers from the procedure for serving its inheritance, and that, in turn, eased the enhancement of its responsibility to the beneficiaries. The authors also found that volunteers play a bridging role to decrease the distance between NGOs and inheritance. Research limitations/implications For NGO supervisors, this study offers essential empirical evidence on the positive role performed by the researchers in the development and o… Read More