Advances in Management Accounting, Volume 13 (Advances in by John Y. Lee, Marc J. Epstein

By John Y. Lee, Marc J. Epstein

"Advances in administration Accounting" (AIMA) publishes well-developed articles on numerous present subject matters in administration accounting which are appropriate to researchers in either perform and academe. As one of many most desirable administration accounting study journals, AIMA is definitely poised to fulfill the wishes of administration accounting scholars.Featured in quantity thirteen are articles on increasing administration accounting researchers frontiers within the subsequent decade, innovation approach and using functionality measures, functionality results of economic incentives, comparing product combine and capital budgeting judgements, performance-based executive organisations, a nomological framework of budgetary participation and function, organization-mandated budgetary involvement and executives budgetary verbal exchange, results of person and team functionality suggestions and activity interdependence, equity perceptions and bosses use of budgetary slack, and results of accountability and cohesiveness on staff escalation judgements. Researchers in either perform and academe, in addition to libraries, will be drawn to the articles featured within the AIMA.

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They are amenable to surveys, field studies, and experiments. While I have tried to avoid this bias, we all are victims of our “prejudices” and mine are well known. One characteristic that does appear to run through the various topics suggested is a greater concern with the macro view – firm as a whole and organization. They also reflect issues of concern to managers rather than strictly a product of academic research in related disciplines such as economic, psychology, or sociology. Like most suggestions for research, the ideas clearly are that – suggestions.

The importance of national culture for management controls for multi-national operations. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 24(5/6), 441–461. , & Towry, K. (2003). The effects of control systems on teams and alliances: Trust and cooperation in new collaborative environments. Working Paper, University of Texas. , & Slagmulder, R. (2004). Interorganizational cost management and relational context. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 29(1), 1–26. , Evans, J. , & Shields, M. (2003). Budgeting research: Three theoretical perspectives and criteria for selective integration.

Baiman, S. (1990). Agency research in managerial accounting: A second look. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 15(4), 341–372. , & Rajan, M. (2002). Incentive issues in inter-firm relationships. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 27(3), 213–238. , & Srinivasan, D. (2000). An empirical investigation of an incentive plan that includes non-financial measures. The Accounting Review, 75(1), 93–114. Birnberg, J. (1998a). The evolution of control in organizations. Behavioral Research In AccountingResearch Conference Supplement to Volume, 10, 21–46.

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