“Det är svårt att fatta, men inte sedan Gustav Vasa har vi haft så mycket skog – men så olik den tidens: barrig, ung och enahanda. 92 procent av all skog i Sverige har redan varit ett kalhygge” (Zaremba, 2012).
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Thomas Carrington is a lecturer at Stockholm Business School at Stockholm University. His research examines auditing, financial reporting and accounting. Before taking the step over to academia Thomas spent three years at Arthur Andersen as an auditor. He took his PhD at Stockholm University on the thesis Framing Audit Failure: Four studies on audit quality discomforts. In between he spent eight years at Uppsala University during the period 2007-2015. Since 2005 Uppsala is his home.