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Abdallah, A. A. and W. Li. 2008. Why did ABC fail at the Bank of China? Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 7-14.

Acton, D. D. and W. D. J. Cotton. 1997. Activity-based costing in a university setting. Journal of Cost Management (March/April): 32-38.

Aiyathurai, G., W. W. Cooper and K. K. Sinha. 1991. Note on activity accounting. Accounting Horizons (December): 60-68.

Albright, T. L. and T. Smith 1996. Software for activity-based costing. Journal of Cost Management. (Fall): 47-58.

Albright, T. L., G. P. Moynihan, R. G. Batson and E. Henderson. 1998. Activity-based relationships among management information systems and service organization revenues: A Markov process. Advances in Management Accounting (6): 195-213.

Albright, T. L., R. W. Ingram and M. A. Lawley. 1992. The Beville Manufacturing case: Using factory-simulation software to teach the concepts of activity-based costing and nonfinancial performance measures. Journal of Accounting Education 10(2): 329-348.

Ali, H. F. 1994. A multicontribution activity-based income statement. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 45-54. (Summary. Ali's statement shows profit at the product level, product line level, the operations level, and the facility level. Kaplan suggested something like this in Robinson, M. A., ed. 1990. Contribution margin analysis: No longer relevant/strategic cost management: The new paradigm. Journal of Management Accounting Research (2): 1-32. Summary of Kaplan and Shank arguments).

Allain, E. and M. Gervais. 2014. Traceability of time consumption for costing service transactions. Advances in Management Accounting (23): 253-281.

Allen, T. 2002. Are your products profitable? Strategic Finance (March): 32-37. (Establishing a methodology for tracking and managing product stock-keeping units, or SKUs, from a life-cycle profitability viewpoint, or SKU portfolio management - SPM).

Al-Omiri, M. 2011. A survey study of the organization and behavioural factors influencing the adoption and success of ABC in KSA companies. Cost Management (March/April): 29-42.

Al-Omiri, M. and C. Drury. 2007. Organizational and behavioral factors influencing the adoption and success of ABC in the UK. Cost Management (November/December): 38-48.

Alyathural, G., W. W. Cooper and K. K. Sinha. 1991. Note on activity accounting. Accounting Horizons (December): 60-68.

Anctil, R. M., J. S. Jordan and A. Mukherji. 1998. Activity-based costing for economic value added®. Review of Accounting Studies 2(3): 231-264.

Anderson, S. 1995. A framework for assessing cost management system changes: The case of activity based costing implementation at General Motors, 1986-1993. Journal of Management Accounting Research (7): 1-51. (Summary).

Anderson, S. R., K. Prokop, R. S. Kaplan. 2007. Fast-track profit models. Cost Management (July/August): 16-28. (Using time-driven activity-based costing to identify where profit opportunities exist for potential acquisitions).

Anderson, S. W. 1995. Measuring the impact of product mix heterogeneity on manufacturing overhead cost. The Accounting Review (July): 363-387. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, S. W. and S. M. Young. 1999. The impact of contextual and process factors on the evaluation of activity-based costing systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society 24(7): 525-559.

Anderson, S. W., J. W. Hesford and S. M. Young. 2002. Factors influencing the performance of activity based costing teams: A field study of ABC model development time in the automobile industry. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(3): 195-211. (Summary).

Aranoff, G. 2011. Idle-capacity costs in ABC absorption and direct-costing income statements. Cost Management (March/April): 6-10.

Argyris, C. and R. S. Kaplan. 1994. Implementing new knowledge: The case of activity-based costing. Accounting Horizons (September): 83-105. (Summary).

Armitage, H., and R. Nicholson. 1993. Activity-based costing: A Survey of Canadian practice. Supplement to CMA Magazine.

Arnaboldi, M. and I. Lapsley. 2004. Modern costing innovations and legitimation: A health care study. Abacus 40(1): 1-20.

Askarany, D. and A. W. Franklin-Smith. 2014. Cost benefit analyses of organic waste composting systems through the lens of time driven activity-based costing. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Summer): 59-74.

Awasthi, V. N. 1994. ABC's of Activity-Based Accounting. Industrial Management (July-August): 8-1.

Ayers, J. B. 1988. Understanding your cost drivers - The key to disciplined planning. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 6-15.

Babad, Y. M. and B. V. Balachandran. 1993. Cost driver optimization in activity-based costing. The Accounting Review (July): 563-575. (JSTOR link). (Part of a forum on cost drivers).

Bakke, N. and R. Hellberg. 1991. Relevance lost? A critical discussion of different cost accounting principles in connection with decision making for both short and long term production scheduling. International Journal of Production Economics (24): 1-18.

Balakrishnan, R., E. Labro and K. Sivaramakrishnan. 2012. Product costs as decision aids: An analysis of alternative approaches (Part 1). Accounting Horizons (March): 1-20. (Description of four types of cost systems: Traditional volume-based systems, activity-based systems, time-driven activity-based systems, and resource consumption accounting).

Balakrishnan, R., E. Labro and K. Sivaramakrishnan. 2012. Product costs as decision aids: An analysis of alternative approaches (Part 2). Accounting Horizons (March): 21-41.

Bamber, L. S. and K. E. Hughes III. 2001. Activity-based costing in the service sector: The Buckeye national bank. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 381-408.

Banker, R. D. and G. Potter. 1993. Economic implications of single cost driver systems. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 15-32.

Banker, R. D. and H. H. Johnston. 1993. An empirical study of cost drivers in the U.S. airline industry. The Accounting Review (July): 576-601. (JSTOR link). (Part of a forum on cost drivers).

Banker, R. D., I. R. Bardhan and T. Chen. 2008. The role of manufacturing practices in mediating the impact of activity-based costing on plant performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(1): 1-19.

Banker, R. D. and J. S. Hughes. 1994. Product costing and pricing. The Accounting Review (July): 479-494. (JSTOR link).

Banker, R. D., G. Potter and R. G. Schroeder. 1995. An empirical analysis of manufacturing overhead cost drivers. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 115-137.

Banker, R. D., S. M. Datar, S. Kekre and T. Mukhopadbyay. 1990. Costs of product and process complexity. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 9: 269-290.

Barton, T. L. and F. M. Cole. 1991. Accounting for magic. Management Accounting (January):

Barton, T. L. and J. B. MacArthur. 2003. Activity-based costing and predatory pricing: The case of the petroleum retail industry. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 1-7.

Basuki, B. and M. D. Riediansyaf. 2014. The application of time-driven activity-based costing in the hospitality industry: An exploratory case. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Winter): 27-54.

Baxendale, S. J. 2000. An Activity-based costing practicum. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 46-47.

Baxendale, S. J. 2006. The selection of actionable cost objects for an activity-based costing system. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 9-13.

Baxendale, S. J. and B. P. Foster. 2010. ABC absorption and direct costing income statements. Cost Management (September/October): 5-14.

Baxendale, S. J. and F. Jama. 2003. What ERP can offer ABC. Strategic Finance (August): 54-57.

Baxendale, S. J. and M. Gupta. 1998. Aligning TOC & ABC for silkscreen printing. Management Accounting (April): 39-44.

Baxendale, S. J. and P. S. Raju. 2004. Using ABC to enhance throughput accounting: A strategic perspective. Cost Management (January/February): 31-38. (Summary).

Baxendale, S. J. and V. Dornbusch. 2000. Activity-based costing for a hospice. Strategic Finance (March): 60-70.

Baxendale, S. J., M. Gupta and P.S. Raju. 2005. Profit enhancement using an ABC model. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 11-21. (A field study).

Beaujon, G. J., and V. R. Singhal. 1990. Understanding the activity costs in an activity-based cost system. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 51-72.

Beischel, M. E. and K. R. Smith. 1991. Linking the shop floor to the top floor. Management Accounting (October): 25-29.

Belt, R. E. 1916. Importance of true cost. Journal of Accountancy (July): 28-34.

Benninger, L. J. 1954. Development of cost accounting concepts and principles: Role of the Committee on Cost Accounting Concepts and Standards. The Accounting Review (January): 27-37. (JSTOR link).

Berliner, C., and J. A. Brimson, eds. 1988. Cost Management for Today's Advanced Manufacturing: The CAM-I Conceptual Design. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Bescos, P. and C. Mendoza. 1995. ABC in France. Management Accounting (April): 33-35, 38-41.

Bescos, P. and K. Charaf. 2013. The adoption of ABC and the improvement of performance: The case of the Central Bank of Morocco. Cost Management (July/August): 27-38.

Bhimani, A. and D. Pigott. 1992. Implementing ABC: A case study of organizational and behavioural consequences. Management Accounting Research (June): 119-132.

Bhimani, A. and M. Gosselin. 2009. Cost management diversity in a global world: What can we learn?Cost Management (September/October): 29-33.

Bhimani, A., M. Gosselin, M. Ncube and H. Okano. 2007. Activity-based costing: How far have we come internationally? Cost Management (May/June): 12-17.

Bjornenak, T. 1997. Conventional wisdom and costing practices. Management Accounting Research (December): 367-382.

Bjornenak, T. 1997. Diffusion and accounting: The case of ABC in Norway. Management Accounting Research (March): 3-17.

Bjornenak, T. 2000. Understanding cost differences in the public sector - A cost drivers approach. Management Accounting Research (June): 193-211.

Bjornenak, T. and O. Olson. 1999. Unbundling management accounting innovations. Management Accounting Research (December): 325-338.

Blocher, E., B. Wong and C. T. McKittrick. 2002. Making bottom-up ABC work at Reichhold, Inc. Strategic Finance (April): 51-55.

Blocher, E., K. Shastri, D. E. Stout and M. R. Swain. 2010. Instructional case: Blue Ridge Revisited - Integrating ABC and OROS Quick® software. Journal of Accounting Education 27(2): 85-103.

Boer, G. 1994. Five modern management accounting myths. Management Accounting (January): 22, 24-27. (Myths according to Boer: 1) Labor cost used to be high, 2) true and accurate costs result from better calculations, 3) product cost determines product price, 4) modern manufacturing has made conventional costing obsolete, and 5) overhead has increased dramatically in recent years).

Boer, G. and D. Jeter. 1993. What's new about modern manufacturing? Empirical evidence of manufacturing changes. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 61-83. (Summary).

Bonsack, R. A. 1991 Does activity-based costing replace standard costing? Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 46-47.

Boons, A. A. M., H. J. E. Roberts and F. A. Roozen. 1992. Contrasting activity-based costing with the German/Dutch cost pool method. Management Accounting Research (June): 97-117.

Booth, J. M. and B.V. Balachandran. 1999. Using ABC to identify value: An automotive retailer case study. Journal of Cost Management (September/October): 4-10.

Borden, J. P. 1990. Review of literature on activity-based costing. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 5-12.

Brausch, J. M. 1992. Selling ABC. Management Accounting (February): 42-46.

Brausch, J. M. 1994. Beyond ABC: Target costing for profit enhancement. Management Accounting (November): 45-49.

Brausch, J. M. and T. C. Taylor. 1997. Who is accounting for the cost of capacity? Management Accounting (February): 44-46, 48-50. (Summary).

Brethauer, D. M. 1999. The Power of Strategic Costing: Uncover Your Competitor's and Suppliers' Costs, Set Your Company's Target Costs, Maximize Your Profits. AMACOM.

Brewer, P.C. 1998. Developing a data center chargeback system using ABC. Journal of Cost Management (May/June): 41-48.

Brewer, P. C. 1998. National culture and activity-based costing systems: A note. Management Accounting Research (June): 241-260.

Brewer, P. C., P. E. Juras and E. R. Brownlee II. 2003. Global Electronics, Inc.: ABC implementation and change management process. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 49-69.

Brierley, J. A 2008. Toward an understanding of the sophistication of product costing systems. Journal of Management Accounting Research 20 (Special Issue): 61-87.

Brierley, J. A., C. J. Cowton and C. Drury. 2006. A note on the importance of product costs in decision-making. Advances in Management Accounting (15): 249-265.

Briers, M. and W. F. Chua. 2001. The role of actor-networks and boundary objects in management accounting change: A field study of an implementation of activity-based costing. Accounting, Organizations and Society 26(3): 237-269.

Briers, M., P. Luckett and C. Chow. 1997. Data fixation and the use of traditional versus activity-based costing systems. Abacus 33(1): 49-68.

Brimson, J. A. 1991. Activity Accounting: An Activity Based Costing Approach. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Brimson, J. A. 1997. Activity Accounting: An Activity-Based Costing Approach. New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Brimson, J. A. 1998. Feature costing: Beyond ABC. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 6-12. (Summary).

Brimson, J. A. 2007. An ABC retrospective: "Mirror, mirror on the wall..." Cost Management (March/April): 45-47.

Briner, R. F., M. Alford and J. A. Noble. 2003. Activity-based costing for state and local governments. Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 8-14.

Bromwich, M. and C. Hong. 1999. Activity-based costing systems and incremental costs. Management Accounting Research (March): 39-60.

Byerly, D., E. Revell and S. Davis. 2003. Benefits of activity-based costing in the financial services industry. Cost Management (November/December): 25-32.

Byrne, S., E. Stower and P. Torry. 2009. Is ABC adoption a success in Australia? Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Winter): 37-52.

Caltrider, J., D. Pattison and P. Richardson. 1995. Can cost control and quality care coexist? Management Accounting (August): 38-42. (Summary).

Campbell, R. J. 1995. Steeling time with ABC or TOC. Management Accounting (January): 31-36. (Summary).

Campbell, R., P. Brewer and T. Mills. 1997. Designing an information system using activity-based costing and the theory of constraints. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 16-25. (Summary).

Caplan, D., N. D. Melumad and A. Ziv. 2005. Activity-based costing and cost interdependencies among products: The Denim Finishing Company. Issues In Accounting Education (February): 51-62.

Cardinaels, E., F. Roodhooft and L. Warlop. 2004. The value of activity-based costing in competitive pricing decisions. Journal of Management Accounting Research (16): 133-148.

Carter, T. L., A. M. Sedaghat and T. D. Williams. 1998. How ABC changed the post office. Management Accounting (February): 28-32, 35-36. (Summary).

Carwin, D. and M. J. Bouwman. 2002. The association between activity-based costing and improvement in financial performance. Management Accounting Research (March): 1-39.

Charaf, K. and P. Bescos. 2014. Activity-based costing in Morocco. Cost Management (May/June): 14-21.

Chenhall, R. H. and K. Langfield-Smith. 1998. Adoption and benefits of management accounting practices: An Australian study. Management Accounting Research (March): 1-19.

Chiang, B. 2002. Activity-based benchmarking and process management - Managing the case of cardiac surgery. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 21-30.

Chiang, B. 2002. Activity-based benchmarking in the healthcare industry. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 43-48.

Cho, C. H. and E. Boulanne. 2005. Development of a decision support system based on ABC for costing and pricing decisions, and its conversion to a web-based DSS. Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research (Summer): 37-50.

Christensen, J. and J. S. Demski. 2003. Factor choice distortion under cost-based reimbursement. Journal of Management Accounting Research (15): 145-160.

Christensen, L. F. and D. Sharp. 1993. How ABC can add value to decision making. Management Accounting (May): 38-42.

Church, A. H. 1908. The Proper Distribution of Expense Burden. New York: The Engineering Magazine Company.

Church, A. H. 1910. Organisation by production factors. Engineering Magazine (April): 79-80.

Church, A. H. 1914. The Science and Practice of Management. New York: The Engineering Magazine Company.

Church, A. H. 1995. Overhead: The cost of production preparedness. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 66-71. (Reprint of Church, A. H. 1931. Overhead: The cost of production preparedness. Factory and Industrial Management (January): 38-41. (Summary).

Clausing, N. 1990. But what's my cost? Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 52-56.

Clemens, J. D. 1991. How we changed our accounting system. Management Accounting (February):

Coate, C. J. and K. J. Frey. 1999. Integrating ABC, TOC, and financial reporting. Journal of Cost Management (July/August): 22-27. (Summary).

Cobb, I., J. Innes and F. Michell. 1993. Activity-based costing problems: The British experience. Advances In Management Accounting ((2): 63-83.

Cobble, C. 1999. ABC pilots and beyond. Journal of Cost Management (March/April): 37-38.

Coburn, S., H. Grove and T. Cook. 1997. How ABC was used in capital budgeting. Management Accounting (May): 38-40, 42-44, 46.

Cohen, J. and P. Hansen. 1999. The relevance of activity-based costing for the human services sector: The example of hospital social work. Advances in Management Accounting (8): 195-209.

Cokins, G. 1999. Using ABC to become ABM. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 29-35. (Summary).

Cokins, G. 2002. Integrating target costing and ABC. Journal of Cost Management (July/August): 13-22. (Summary).

Cokins, G. 2001. Activity-based Cost Management: An Executive's Guide. John Wiley & Sons.

Cokins, G. and D. Hicks. 2007. Where does ABC fit amongst the clutter of managerial accounting? Cost Management (March/April): 21-28.

Cokins, G. and D. D. Paul. 2016. Time-driven or driver rate-based ABC: How do you choose? Strategic Finance (February): 20-29.

Colbert, G.J. and B.H. Spicer. 1998. Linking activity-based costing and transfer pricing for improved decisions and behavior. Journal of Cost Management (May/June): 20-26.

Cook, I. A., M. Burnett, and P. N. Gordon. 1988. CMP and managing indirect costs in the eighties. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 18-28.

Cooper, R. 1987. Does Your company need a new cost system? Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 45-49.

Cooper, R. 1987. The two-stage procedure in cost accounting: Part one. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 43-51.

Cooper, R. 1987. The Two-stage procedure in cost accounting: Part two. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 39-45.

Cooper, R. 1988. The rise of activity-based costing- Part one: What is an activity-based cost system? Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 45-54.

Cooper, R. 1988. The rise of activity-based costing - Part two: When do I need an activity-based cost system? Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 41-48.

Cooper, R. 1988. When should you use machine-hour costing? Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 33-39.

Cooper, R. 1989. The rise of activity-based costing-part three: How Many cost drivers do you need, and how do you select them? Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 34-45.

Cooper, R. 1989. The Rise of activity-based costing - Part four: What do activity-based cost systems look like? Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 38-49.

Cooper, R. 1989. You Need a new cost system when... Harvard Business Review (January-February): 77-82.

Cooper, R. 1990. Activity-based costing. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 3-4.

Cooper, R. 1990. Cost Classification in unit-based and activity-based manufacturing cost systems. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 4-14.

Cooper, R. 1990. Implementing an activity-based cost system. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 33-42. (Summary).

Cooper, R. 1992. How activity-based cost systems help managers implement new strategic directions. Advances In Management Accounting (1): 81-95.

Cooper, R. and R. S. Kaplan. 1987. How cost accounting systematically distorts product costs. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 204-228.

Cooper, R. and R. Kaplan 1988. How Cost accounting distorts product costs Management Accounting (April): 20-27.

Cooper, R. and R. Kaplan. 1988. Measure cost right: Make the right decision. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 96-103.

Cooper, R. and R. S. Kaplan. 1991. Profit priorities from activity-based costing. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 130-135.

Cooper, R. and R. S. Kaplan. 1992. Activity-based systems: Measuring the costs of resource usage. Accounting Horizons (September): 1-13. (Summary).

Cooper, R., and R. S. Kaplan. 1998. The promise - and peril - of integrated cost systems. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 109-119. (Summary 1, (Summary 2).

Cooper, R. and P. B. B. Turney. 1990. Internally focused activity-based cost systems. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 10: 291-305.

Cooper, R. and R. Slagmulder. 1999. Integrating activity-based costing and the theory of constraints. Management Accounting (February): 20-21.

Cooper, R., R. S. Kaplan, L. S. Maisel, E. Morrissey and R. M. Oehm. 1992. From ABC to ABM. Management Accounting (November): 54-57. (A report on the IMA study Implementing Activity-Based Cost Management: Moving From Analysis to Action. Discussion of eight case studies related to companies that implemented ABC).

Cooper, R., R. S. Kaplan, L. S. Maisel, E. Morrissey, and R. M. Oehm. 1992. Implementing Activity-Based Cost Management: Moving From Analysis to Action. Institute of Management Accountants.

Corbett, T. 2000. Throughput accounting and activity-based costing: The driving factors behind each methodology. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 37-45. (Summary).

Cotton, W. D. J., S. M. Jackman and R. A. Brown. 2003. Note on a New Zealand replication of the Innes et at. UK activity-based costing survey. Management Accounting Research (March): 67-72.

Dalci, I., V. Tanis and L. Kosan. 2010. Customer profitability analysis with time-driven activity-based costing: A case study in a hotel. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 22(5): 609-637.

Daly, J. L. 2001. Pricing for Profitability: Activity-Based Pricing for Competitive Advantage. John Wiley & Sons.

Damitio, J. W., G. W. Hayes and P. L. Kintzele. 2000. Integrating ABC and ABM at Dow Chemical. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 22-26.

Datar, S. and M. Gupta. 1994. Aggregation, specification and measurement errors in product costing. The Accounting Review (October): 567-591. (JSTOR link).

Datar, S. M., S. Kekre, T. Mukhopadhyay and K. Srinivasan. 1993. Simultaneous estimation of cost drivers. The Accounting Review (July): 602-614. (JSTOR link). (Part of a forum on cost drivers).

Davis, T. R. V. and B. L. Darling. 1996. ABC in a virtual corporation. Management Accounting (October): 18, 20, 22-24, 26. (Using ABC in a company that outsources traditional functions and has no need for plant, equipment and factory personnel).

Dearman, D. T. and M. D. Shields. 2001. Cost knowledge and cost-based judgment performance. Journal of Management Accounting Research (13): 1-18.

Dedera, C. R. 1996. Harris semiconductor ABC: Worldwide implementation and total integration. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 44-58.

Demmy, S. and J. Talbott. 1998. Improve internal reporting with ABC and TOC. Management Accounting (November): 18-20, 22 and 24. (Summary).

Devine, K., T. Lammert and P. O’Clock. 2005. Product line and customer ROI: The next generation of ABC. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 1-11.

Dhavale, D. G. 1993. Activity-based costing in cellular manufacturing systems. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 13-27.

Dopuch, N. 1993. A perspective on cost drivers. The Accounting Review (July): 615-620. (JSTOR link). (Part of a forum on cost drivers).

Dosch, J. and M. Wilson. 2007. Are you satisfied with your company's ABC system? Cost Management (March/April): 34-39. (Survey).

Doran, D. T. and J. E. Dowd. 1999. Depreciation and amortizing cost in activity-based costing systems. Journal of Cost Management (September/October): 34-38.

Drake, A., S. F. Haka and S. P. Ravenscroft. 2001. An ABC simulation focusing on incentives and innovation. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 443-471.

Drake, A. R., S. F. Haka and S. P. Ravenscroft. 1999. Cost system and incentive structure effects on innovation, efficiency and profitability in teams. The Accounting Review (July): 323-345. (JSTOR link).

Drucker, P. F. 1963. Managing for business effectiveness. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 59-62.

Drumheller, H. K. 1993. Making activity-based costing practical. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 21-27.

Dugdale, D. and T. C. Jones. 1997. How many companies use ABC for stock valuation? A comment on Innes and Mitchell's questionnaire findings. Management Accounting Research (June): 233-240.

Edds, D.B. and S. Nielsen. 2000. Activity-based costing: Affecting the culture of government and education. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 12-15.

Edersheim, E. H., and B. Vanderbosch. 1991. How to make accounting count: Causal-based accounting. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 5-17. (Summary).

Eiler, R. G., and J. P. Campi. 1990. Implementing Activity-based costing at a process company. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 43-50.

Eiler, R. G., W. K. Goletz and D. P. Keegan. 1982. Is your cost accounting system up to date? Harvard Business Review (July-August): 133-139.

Elhamma, A. 2015. ABC and performance: The case of large Moroccan firms. Cost Management (July/August): 5-11.

Ellram, L. M. 1995. Activity-based costing and total cost of ownership: A critical linkage. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 22-30.

Emblemsvag, J. 2003. Life-Cycle Costing: Using Activity-Based Costing and Monte Carlo Methods to Manage Future Costs and Risks. John Wiley & Sons.

Emblemsvåg, J. 2004. Activity-based costing and economic profit: Why, what, and how. Cost Management (July/August): 38-46.

Emore, J. R., and J. A. Ness. 1991. The slow pace of meaningful change in cost systems. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 36-45.

Englund, H. and J. Gerdin. 2008. Transferring knowledge across sub-genres of the ABC implementation literature. Management Accounting Research (June): 149-162.

Estrin, T. L., J. Kantor and D. Albers. 1994. Is ABC suitable for your company? Management Accounting (April): 40-45.

Euske, K. J. and A. Vercio. 2007. Enhancing the ABC cross. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 48-61 .

Everaert, P. and W. Bruggeman. 2007. Time-driven activity-based costing: Exploring the underlying model. Cost Management (March/April): 16-20.

Everaert, P., G. Cleuren and S. Hoozée. 2012. Using time-driven ABC to identify operational improvements: A case study in a university restaurant. Cost Management (March/April): 41-48.

Everaert, P., W. Bruggeman and G. De Creus. 2008. Sanac Inc.: From ABC to time-driven ABC (TDABC) - An instructional case. Journal of Accounting Education 26(3): 118-154.

Everaert, P., W. Bruggeman, G. Sarens, S. R. Anderson and Y. Levant. 2008. Cost modeling in logistics using time-driven ABC: Experiences from a wholesaler. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management 38(3): 172-191.

Fahey, B. G. 1996. Building an ABC data warehouse. Management Accounting (March): 33-36.

Ferrara, W. L. 1990. The new cost/management accounting - More questions than answers. Management Accounting (October): 48-52.

Forsythe, R., J. A. Bunch and E. J. Burton. 1999. Implementing ABC and the balanced scorecard at a publishing house. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 10-18. (Summary).

Foster, G. and M. Gupta. 1990. Manufacturing overhead cost driver analysis. Journal of Accounting and Economics (January): 309-337.

Frecka, T. J., and R. McIlhattan 1987. Does your direct labor-based cost system make sense? Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 32-38.

Friedl, G., H. Kupper and B. Pedell. 2005. Relevance added: Combining ABC with German cost accounting. Strategic Finance (June): 56-61.

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Gaiser, B. 1997. German cost management systems. Journal of Cost Management (September/October): 35-41. (Summary).

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Higgins, B. K. and S. M. Young. 2003. Performance excellence through activity value management. Journal of Corporate Accounting & Finance (March/April): 1-11. (For a description of Activity Value Management® see

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Hughes, S. B. and K. A. Paulson Gjerde. 2003. Do different cost systems make a difference? Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 22-30. (Summary).

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Hutchinson, R. 2007. Linking manufacturing strategy to product cost: Toward time-based accounting. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 31-42.

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Institute of Management Accountants. 1997. ABC vendor list. Management Accounting (March): 38.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1998. ABC vendor list: 20 companies that market ABC software. Management Accounting (April): 49.

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Kaplan, R. S. 1990. Limitations of cost accounting in advanced manufacturing environments. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence: 15-38. Harvard Business School Press.

Kaplan, R. S. 1994. Flexible budgeting in an activity-based costing framework. Accounting Horizons (June): 104-109.

Kaplan, R. S. 1998. Innovation action research: Creating new management theory and practice. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 89-118. (Summary).

Kaplan, R. S. 2006. The competitive advantage of management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (18): 127-135. (Kaplan's comments on receiving the AAA Management Accounting Section Lifetime Achievement Award at the MAS January 2006 midyear meeting. It is mainly a defense of ABC and the balanced scorecard).

Kaplan, R. S. 2012. When to drop an unprofitable customer. Harvard Business Review (April): 137-141.

Kaplan, R. S. 2016. Letter to Paul Sharman. Cost Management (September/October): 6-7. (Kaplan said he is distressed to learn that accounting academics have commended that management accounting may no longer be relevant for a service and knowledge-led economy. Service firms have an even greater need for cost information because all the cost incurred by service organizations are related to shared resources. He argues that those who advocate otherwise are "detached from the current problems and opportunities in today's organizations." Kaplan uses his work on time-driven ABC for health care as an example).

Kaplan, R. S. and M. E. Porter. 2011. How to solve the cost crisis in health care: The biggest problem with health care isn't with insurance or politics. It's that we're measuring the wrong things the wrong way. Harvard Business Review (September): 46-64. (Time-driven ABC applied to health care). (Summary).

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Kaplan, R. S. and R. Cooper. 1998. Cost & Effect: Using Integrated Cost Systems to Drive Profitability and Performance. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.

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Kaplan, R. S., D. Weiss and E. Desheh. 1997. Transfer pricing with ABC. Management Accounting (May): 20-22, 24-26, 28.

Kaplan, R. S., M. E. Porter and M. L. Frigo. 2017. Managing healthcare costs and value. Strategic Finance (January): 24-33. (Summary).

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Kleinsorge, I. K. and R. D. Tanner. 1991. Activity-based costing: Eight questions to answer before you implement. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 84-88. (These authors stress the human side of the cost management system).

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Kocakulah, M. and B. D. Crowe. 2005. Utilizing activity-based costing (ABC) to measure loan portfolio profitability in a community bank. Cost Management (July/August): 40-47.

Kocakulah, M. C. and S. Basham. 2004. Using ABC to manage retirement plan trustee's recordkeeping costs. Cost Management (January/February): 39-43.

Kocakulah, M. C., D. Fowler, and B. L. McGuire. 2000. Implementing an ABC system to stay competitive: A case study. Journal of Cost Management (March/April): 15-19.

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Koehler, R. W. 1991. Triple-threat strategy. Management Accounting (October): 30-34. (Related to using ABC, direct costing and the contribution margin approach).

Kohler, E. L. 1955. The activity: Nerve center of management and accounting. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (August): 1627-1633.

Koogler, P. R. and R. Stell. 1991. Cross subsidies in overhead application. Journal of Accounting Education 9(1): 149-159.

Kreuze, J. G. and G. E. Newell. 1994. ABC and life-cycle costing for environmental expenditures. Management Accounting (February): 38-42.

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Krupnicki, M. and T. Tyson. 1997. Using ABC to determine the cost of servicing customers. Management Accounting (December): 40-42, 44-46. (Small business).

Kuchta, D. and M. Troska. 2007. Activity-based costing and customer profitability. Cost Management (May/June): 18-25.

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Lawson, R. A. 1994. Beyond ABC: Process-based costing. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 33-43. (Activity mapping, each activity becomes its own cost pool).

Lee, C., D. C. Yen, K. Peng and H. Wu. 2010. The influence of change agents' behavioral intention on the usage of the activity based costing/management system and firm performance: The perspective of unified theory of acceptance and use of technology. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 26(2): 314-324.

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Leech, S. A. 1994. Discussion of integrating accounting and manufacturing information systems: An ABC and REA-based approach. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 81-83.

Lelkes, A. T. 2014. The technical efficiency portrayed by duration-based and activity-based costing systems. Advances in Management Accounting (24): 61-76.

Lewis, R. J. 1991. Activity-based costing for marketing. Management Accounting (November): 33-35, 38.

Liu, L. Y. J. and F. Pan. 2007. The implementation of activity-based costing in China: An innovation action research approach. The British Accounting Review 39(3): 249-264.

Lockhart, J. and A. Taylor. 2007. Environmental considerations in product mix decisions using ABC and TOC. Management Accounting Quarterly (Fall): 13-21.

Lorenzo, M. and M. Filolli. 2015. Fair does not always mean equal. Cost Management (September/October): 6-10. (What is customer profitability and what is product profitability?).

Lukka, K. and M. Granlund. 2002. The fragmented communication structure within the accounting academia: The case of activity-based costing research genres. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(1-2): 165-190.

Mabberley, J. and M. E. Austen. 1999. Activity Based Costing in Financial Institutions: How to Support Value-Based Management and Manage Your Resources Effectively. Financial Times Prentice Hall.

MacArthur, J. B. 1992. Activity-based costing: How many cost drivers do you want? Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 37-41.

MacArthur, J. B. 1992. The ABC/JIT costing continuum. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 61-63.

MacArthur, J. B. 1993. Theory of constraints and activity-based costing: Friends or foes? Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 50-56. (Summary).

MacArthur, J. B. 1993. Zero-base activity-based costing. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 45-49.

MacArthur, J. B. 1996. From activity-based costing to throughput accounting. Management Accounting (April): 30, 34, 36-38. (Summary).

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Mackie, B. 2006. Merging GPK and ABC on the road to RCA. Strategic Finance (November): 32-39.

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Mahenthiran, S. and B.D. Marshall. 1999. Implementing activity-based costing and its implications for a service firm in the timeshare exchange industry. Advances in Management Accounting (7): 65-87.

Maher, M. W. and M. L. Marais. 1998. A field study on the limitations of activity-based costing when resources are provided on a joint and indivisible basis. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 129-142. (JSTOR link).

Maiga, A. S. 2014. Assessing self-selection and endogeneity issues in the relation between activity-based costing and performance. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 30(2): 251-262.

Major, M. and T. Hopper. 2005. Managers divided: Implementing ABC in a Portuguese telecommunications company. Management Accounting Research (June): 205-229.

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Malcom, R. E. 1991. Overhead control implications of activity costing. Accounting Horizons (December): 69-78. (Malcom argues that traditional overhead variance analysis, i.e., spending and efficiency variances, are a waste of time and should be abandoned.)

Malmi, T. 1997. Towards explaining activity-based costing failure: Accounting and control in a decentralized organization. Management Accounting Research (December): 459-480.

Malmi, T. 1999. Activity-based costing diffusion across organizations: An exploratory empirical analysis of Finish firms. Accounting, Organizations and Society 24(8): 649-672.

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Manning, K. H. 1995. Distribution channel profitability. Management Accounting (January): 44-48. (Summary).

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Martin, J. R. Not dated. Comparing Traditional Costing, ABC, JIT, and TOC.  Management And Accounting Web.

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Martin, J. R. 2000. The advantages of teaching three production volume variances. Journal of Accounting Education (Winter): 35-50.

McGroarty, J. S. and C. T. Horngren. 1993. Functional costing for better teamwork and decision support. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 24-36.

McGuire, B. L., M. C. Kocakulah, and J. W. Dague. 1997. Using ABC to identify cost drivers in a manufacturing environment. Journal of Cost Management (September/October): 22-28.

McKee, A. J. and K. Lantz. 2009. The ABC simulator: A new approach to teaching traditional topics. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 28-33.

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Mecimore, C. D. and A. T. Bell. 1995. Are we ready for fourth-generation ABC? Management Accounting (January): 22-26. (Summary).

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Merchant, K. A. and M. D. Shields. 1993. Commentary on when and why to measure costs less accurately to improve decision making. Accounting Horizons (June): 76-81.

Merz, C. M. and A. Hardy. 1993. ABC puts accountants on design team at HP. Management Accounting (September): 22-27.

Miller, J. G. and T. E. Vollmann. 1985. The hidden factory. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 142-150. (Summary).

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Moravec, R. D. and M. S. Yoemans. 1992. Using ABC to support business re-engineering in the department of defense. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 32-41.

Nair, M. 1999. Activity-Based Information Systems : An Executive's Guide to Implementation. John Wiley & Sons.

Nair, M. 2000. Activity-based costing: Who’s using it and why? Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 29-33.

Namazi, M. 2009. Performance-focused ABC: A third generation of activity-based costing system. Cost Management (September/October): 34-46.

Narayanan, V. G. 2003. Activity-based pricing in a monopoly. Journal of Accounting Research (June): 473-502. (JSTOR link).

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Norkiewicz, A. 1994. Nine steps to implementing ABC. Management Accounting (April): 28-33. (The steps include: planning, resolving issues, training, procedural documentation, expense analysis, collecting first-stage drivers, collecting second-stage drivers, automating the process, and management training).

Norris, G. 1994. User perceptions of an application of activity-based costing. Advances In Management Accounting (3): 139-177.

Novin, A. M. 1992. Applying overhead: How to find the right bases and rates. Management Accounting (March): 40-43. (This author recommends the use of regression analysis to find overhead rates. But Cooper, Kaplan, and Brimson disagree. See my note on this in Chaper 7).

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