Peter Demediuk teaches accounting, finance and performance management subjects into undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs and researches in areas of small wineries and community engagement.


Latest publications:
SME Access to Government Procurement Markets: Inhibitors to Change

Targeted strategies to develop intellectual capital are critical to improve the access of SMEs to government procurement markets.

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Accounting Content and Education in an Indigenous Context

Sustainable economic development in aboriginal communities requires a fit between the financial management system and indigenous values.

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The Costs and Benefits of Community Engagement by Local Government

This paper investigates the perceptions of local government managers as to the nature, mechanisms, costs and benefits of community engagement initiatives designed to empower citizens.

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Values versus Voice in Local Government: How Management Values Align with Giving Voice to Citizens

The paper explores the degree to which the current values held by management in local governments are compatible with the concept of community engagement.

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Community Engagement in Swedish Local Government: Whose Learning and What Capabilities?

A framework for analysing the nature and effect of community engagement on organisational and community learning is advanced and applied to Swedish local government cases

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Innovative Community Engagement by Local Government: Harnessing Diversity for Voice, Compromise, and Shared Responsibility

This case study of community engagement by a Swedish local government demonstrates that the diversity of citizens need not impede voice, compromise and shared responsibility

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A Subject to Get you Off the Couch: Building Real Connections with Participatory Budgeting

This case study explores how the first ‘participatory budgeting’ program to be run by any Swedish local government gives new voice and choice to disadvantaged and marginalised citizens and groups

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Not Just an Innocent Flock of Sheep: Learning through a Walks and Talks Engagement Initiative at a Swedish Local Government

This practice-based study explores the learning for citizens, public officials and the institution that occurs through a Swedish local government’s 'walks and talks' community engagement initiative

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And what do you Want for the Future? Community Engagement and Visioning Boards in a Swedish Local Government

This case study explores a new ‘visioning’ boards’ initiative that constitutes a systemic change in political and managerial frameworks and serves as platform for increased community engagement

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Waking Up the Sleeping Town: Giving the Community and its Local Government a Shared Identity

This case study explores a ‘visioning’ engagement initiative at a Swedish local government which is designed to give the community and its government a shared identity

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