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Journal article

BARNES, P., 2007. Minsky's financial instability hypothesis: information asymmetry and accounting information: events surrounding the UK financial crises of 1966 and 1987. Accounting History, 12 (1), pp. 7-27. ISSN 1032-3732

BARNES, P. and WEBB, J., 2007. Organisational susceptibility to fraud and theft: organisational size and the effectiveness of management controls. Managerial and Decision Economics, 28 (3), pp. 181-193. ISSN 1099-1468

BARNES, P., 2004. Towards an economic theory of management fraud and corporate failure. Journal of Forensic Accounting, 5 (1), pp. 91-108. ISSN 1524-5586

BARNES, P., 2004. The auditor's going concern decision and Types I and II errors: the Coase Theorem, transaction costs, bargaining power and attempts to mislead. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, 23 (6), pp. 425-440. ISSN 0278-4254

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 2002. The loss of popularity of limited liability companies in Great Britain in 1866 and the role of financial information: a case study. Financial History Review.

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 2001. Difficulties in establishing a limited liability company in Great Britain in the 1860s and the role of financial information: a case history. Financial History Review, 8 (2), pp. 143-161. ISSN 0968-5650

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 2001. Difficulties in establishing a limited liability company in Great Britain in the 1860s and the role of financial information: a case history. Financial History Review, 8 (2), pp. 143-161. ISSN 0968-5650

BARNES, P., 2001. An analysis of and comment on corporate governance policy differences between UK institutions. Research in International Business and Finance, 15. ISSN 0275-5319

BARNES, P., 2000. Predicting takeover targets: logit 'versus' linear discriminant analysis and raw financial ratios 'versus' industry-relative ratios: an empirical study. International Review of Financial Analysis, 9, pp. 147-162.

BARNES, P., 2000. The identification of U.K. takeover targets using published historical acounting data: some empirical evidence comparing logit with linear discriminant analysis and raw financial ratios with industry-relative ratios. International Review of Financial Analysis, 9, pp. 147-162.

BARNES, P., 1999. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1999. The consequences of deregulation: a comparison of the experiences of UK building societies and those of US savings and loan associations. Crime, Law and Social Change.

BARNES, P., 1998. Can takeover targets be identified by statistical techniques? Some UK evidence. The Statistician, 47 (4).

BARNES, P., 1998. Why do bidders do badly out of mergers? Some empirical evidence from the UK. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 1998. The development of the nineteenth and early twentieth century gypsum, brick and associated industries of Newark. The East Midlands Historian.

BARNES, P., DAVIDSON, I. and WRIGHT, M., 1996. The changing nature of corporate contrl, ownership and financial structure. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., DAVIDSON, I. and WRIGHT, M., 1996. The changing nature of corporate control, ownership and financial structure. JBFA (Special edition).

BARNES, P., 1996. The regulation of insider dealing in the UK. Some empirical evidence concerning share prices, merger bids and bidders advising merchant banks. Applied Financial Economics.

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 1994. The Vale of Belvoir and Newark Plaster Co. Ltd (1867-73): a case study in business history and finance. Transactions of the Thoroton Society.

BARNES, P. and HUAN, H.D., 1993. The auditor's going concern decision: some UK evidence concerning independence and competence. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and FIRMAN, R., 1991. Gypsum in the parish of Orston, Nottinghamshire. Bulletin of the Peak District Mining History Society.

BARNES, P., CHAKRAVARTY, S. and HASLAM, J., 1990. Bargaining power, dissimulation, and takeovers in a rational market with asymmetric information. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1990. The prediction of takeover targets in the UK by means of multiple discriminant analysis. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1988. Developments in the regulation of UK building societies concerning conflicts of interest and diversion of their funds. Corruption and Reform, 3.

BARNES, P., 1987. The analysis and use of financial ratios: a review article. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and WEBB, J., 1986. Management information changes and functional fixation: some evidence from the public sector. Accounting, Organisations and Society.

BARNES, P., 1986. Thin trading and stock market efficiency: the case of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1986. The statistical validity of the ratio method in financial statement analysis: an empirical examination: a comment. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1985. UK building societies - a study of the gains from merger. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1984. The effect of a merger of the share price of the attacker revisited. Accounting and Business Research.

BARNES, P., 1983. Methodological implications of non-normally distributed financial ratios - reply. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1983. The consequences of growth maximisation and expense preference policies of managers: evidence from UK building societies. A study of the causes of profit insufficiency during a period of increased competition using discriminant analysis. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and DODDS, J.C., 1983. The structure and performance of the UK building society industry1970-1978. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P., 1982. Accounting for deferred taxation on depreciable assets - a note. Accounting and Business Research.

BARNES, P., 1982. Methodological implications of non-normally distributed financial ratios. Journal of Business Finance and Accounting.

BARNES, P. and DODDS, J.C., 1981. Building society mergers and the size-efficiency relationship - a comment. Applied Economics.

BARNES, P., 1978. The effect of a merger of the share price of the attacker. Accounting and Business Research.

Authored book

BARNES, P., 2009. Stock market efficiency, insider dealing and market abuse. Gower Press.

BARNES, P., 2009. UK fraud manual (financial transactions). Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2008. Orston: a Nottinghamshire village through the centuries. Tucann Press.

BARNES, P., 2008. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2007. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2006. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2004. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2003. Cyber crime and fraud as they affect business: problems and solutions. Fraud Advisory Panel.

BARNES, P., 2003. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 2001. Cybercrime 2001: making the information superhighway safe for business. London: CBI. ISBN 0852015615

BARNES, P., 2000. UK fraud manual. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P. and SHARP, D., 1999. The fraud report - 1998. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

BARNES, P., 1990. Case studies in finance with teaching notes. Philip Allan.

BARNES, P., 1990. Case studies in financial analysis with teaching notes. Philip Allan.

BARNES, P., 1989. Case studies in finance. Philip Allan.

BARNES, P., 1989. Case studies in financial analysis. Philip Allan.

BARNES, P., 1984. Building societies - the myth of mutuality. Pluto Press.

Chapter in book

BARNES, P., 2008. The city slickers share price scam. In: S. MATULICH and D.M. CURRIE, eds., Handbook of frauds, scams and swindles: failures of ethics in leadership. Chapman & Hall.

BARNES, P., 2005. A Victorian financial crisis: the scandalous implications of the case of Overend Gurney. In: J. ROWBOTHAM and K. STEVENSON, eds., Criminal conversations: Victorian crimes, social panic and moral outrage. Ohio State University Press.

BARNES, P., 2001. Financial statement analysis. In: M. WARNER, ed., International encyclopedia of business and management. London: Routledge. ISBN 1861521618

BARNES, P., 2001. Fraud risk management. In: M. WARNER, ed., International encyclopedia of business and management. London: Routledge, pp. 2172-2179. ISBN 1861521618

WARD, M. and BARNES, P., 2001. An analysis of, and comment on, corporate governance policy differences between UK institutional investors. In: L.A. NAIL, ed., Issues in international corporate control and governance. JAI, pp. 147-174. ISBN 762307005

BARNES, P., 1996. Stockholder value. In: D. PAXSON and D. WOOD, eds., The Blackwell dictionary of finance. UNSPECIFIED.

BARNES, P., 1996. Stockholder value. In: C. COOPER and C. ARGERIS, eds., Blackwell's encyclopaedia of management. UNSPECIFIED.

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1996. The regulation of conflicts of interest in UK building societies. In: A.C. INTERNATIONAL, ed., Anti-corruption for social stability and development. Hong Qi Publishing House.

BARNES, P., 1994. Thin trading and stock market efficiency: the case of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. In: I. IBRAHIM and O. YONG, eds., Understanding the behavioural patterns of stock prices. Leeds: Leeds Publications.

BARNES, P., 1986. Financial statement analysis. In: M. FIRTH and S.M. KEENE, eds., Issues in finance. Philip Allan.

Conference contribution

BARNES, P., 2003. Towards an economic theory of management fraud and corporate failure. In: Conference on Frauds, Fakes and Deceptions, Nottingham, UK, September 2003, Nottingham, UK.

BARNES, P., 2003. The auditor's going concern decision and Types I and II errors: The Coase Theorem, transaction costs, bargaining power and attempts to mislead. In: AAA Southeast Region Conference, 2003.

BARNES, P., 1999. Can takeover targets be identified by statistical techniques? Some UK evidence. In: American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Conference, Harrisburg, PA, USA, March 1999, Harrisburg, PA, USA.

BARNES, P., 1999. The identification of U.K. takeover targets using published historical acounting data: some empirical evidence comparing logit with linear discriminant analysis and raw financial ratios with industry-relative ratios. In: 12th Annual Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Sydney, Australia, December 1999, Sydney, Australia.

BARNES, P., 1997. Can takeover targets be identified by statistical techniques? Some UK evidence. In: American Academy of Accounting and Finance Annual Conference, New Orleans, USA, November 1997, New Orleans, USA.

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1997. The consequences of deregulation: a comparison of the experiences of UK building societies and those of US savings and loan associations. In: Annual Conference of the Multinational Finance Society, Greece, June 1997, Greece.

BARNES, P., 1995. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, China, 1995, Chengdu, China.

BARNES, P., 1995. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: Department of Finance, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, October 1995, Hong Kong.

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1995. The regulation of conflicts of interest in UK building societies. In: 7th International Anti-Corruption Conference, Beijing, China, October 1995, Beijing, China.

BARNES, P., 1994. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1994, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

BARNES, P., 1994. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: School of Finance and Management Science, St Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, September 1994, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

BARNES, P., 1994. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: Finance Department, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia, September 1994, Malaysia.

BARNES, P., 1994. Predicting takeover targets: some methodological issues and an empirical study. In: Centre for Research in Financial Services, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, September 1994, Singapore.

BARNES, P., 1993. Why do bidders do badly out of mergers? Some empirical evidence from the UK. In: Western Social Science Association (Finance), Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, April 1993, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA.

BARNES, P., 1992. The regulation of insider dealing in the UK. Some empirical evidence concerning share prices, merger bids and bidders advising merchant banks. In: Fraud Conference, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, 1992, Liverpool, UK.

BARNES, P., CHAKRAVARTY, S. and HASLAM, J., 1987. Bargaining power, dissimulation, and takeovers in a rational market with asymmetric information. In: European Finance Association, Dublin, 1987, Dublin.

BARNES, P. and HUAN, H.D., 1987. The auditor's going concern decision: some UK evidence concerning independence and competence. In: European Accounting Association, Nice, France, 1987, Nice, France.

BARNES, P., 1986. Developments in the regulation of UK building societies concerning conflicts of interest and diversion of their funds. In: Fraud Conference, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK, 1986, Liverpool, UK.

Journal editorship

BARNES, P. and REVELL, J., 1984. Managerial Finance: the new technology and financial institutions [special edition]. UNSPECIFIED.

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1997. Forest shares - worth buying? .

BARNES, P., 1994. Hard and loanly. .

BARNES, P., 1990. Called to book. .

BARNES, P., 1984. All will be well with much more competition. .

BARNES, P., 1984. Owning houses is paramount - not prestige. .

Professional or trade journal contribution

BARNES, P. and LAMBELL, J., 2003. Financial statement fraud. .

BARNES, P. and LAMBELL, J., 2003. Managerial decision making, hubris, conflicts of interest et al. .

BARNES, P. and SHARP, D., 1999. Do managers have more opportunity to commit fraud? .

BARNES, P., SHARP, D. and ALLEN, S., 1998. The ACFE fraud survey. .

BARNES, P., 1998. Foul play. .

BARNES, P. and SHARP, D., 1998. No place for complacency. .

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1996. [Building society] mutual interests. .

BARNES, P., 1992. Building societies: no longer sae as houses? .

BARNES, P., 1991. Lessons to be learned from licensing lapses. .

BARNES, P., 1991. The lessons of Thrift: learning the hard way. .

BARNES, P., 1990. Insider trading - the never ending story. .

BARNES, P., 1990. Research and the scheme of things. .

BARNES, P. and WARD, M., 1990. The Thrift crisis. .

BARNES, P., 1990. The piper should play the tune he picks. .

BARNES, P., 1989. The Abbey - poised to break a habit. .

BARNES, P., 1989. Raper report cites inadequate controls. .

BARNES, P., 1989. A shabby habit to shake off. .

BARNES, P., 1988. Doubtful recovery that's still in doubt. .

BARNES, P., 1988. The New Cross - no nearer or clearer. .

BARNES, P., 1988. Why building societies need your mutual support. .

BARNES, P., 1988. The regulation of takeovers and mergers in the UK: research needed. .

BARNES, P., 1987. Share shops: an unwise investment? .

BARNES, P., 1987. White collar crime is growing. .

BARNES, P., 1987. A cure for the city's merger-mania? .

BARNES, P. and HOOI, D., 1987. The strange case of the qualified success. .

BARNES, P., 1986. Building societies: talking about change. .

BARNES, P., 1986. Making waves for mega mergers. .

BARNES, P., 1986. What value investor protection? .

BARNES, P., 1985. Building a better future together. .

BARNES, P., 1985. Building societies - stronger material needed for new act. .

BARNES, P., 1985. Investor protection - a finger in the dyke. .

BARNES, P., 1985. Raper - a rough ride for regulators. .

BARNES, P., 1984. After New Cross why no action? .

BARNES, P., 1984. Building societies - more safeguards needed? .

BARNES, P., 1984. Societies find gilts a New Cross to bear. .

BARNES, P., 1984. The application of multiple discriminant analysis in the prediction of company failure - an example of an undesirable consequence on the information technology revolution. .

BARNES, P., 1984. A myth or mutuality? .

BARNES, P., 1983. Is this the right blueprint for the building societies? .

BARNES, P., 1982. Some methodological considerations when evaluating the efficient capital markets hypothesis empirical studies. .

BARNES, P., 1981. Applications of regression analysis in accounting. .

BARNES, P., 1981. Are building societies over-competing? .

BARNES, P. and BROWN, C., 1981. The Chairman's statement - help or hindrance? .

BARNES, P., 1980. Break up the building society carte - yes, but how? .

BARNES, P., 1980. Seeking a formula to measure societies' efficiency. .

BARNES, P. and COWTON, C., 1980. St Piran: a small investor's nightmare. .

BARNES, P., PARKINSON, J. and PERKS, R., 1980. The Watts report and the standardisation of building societies. .

BARNES, P., 1980. The marketing of building societies' services. .

BARNES, P., 1979. Financial control in building societies: methods of comparison. .

BARNES, P., 1979. Measuring the efficiency of building societies - results. .

BARNES, P., 1979. Which variances are worth investigating? .

BARNES, P. and PARKINSON, J., 1978. Measuring the financial performance of an individual building society. .

BARNES, P., 1978. A new look at accounting for deferred taxation. .

BARNES, P., 1977. The uncertainties of going public. .

BARNES, P., 1976. The purely financial case for takeovers. .

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