Management And Accounting Web

Accounting, Organizations and Society 2016

Volume 48 - Volume 55

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Alon, A. and P. D. Dwyer. 2016. SEC's acceptance of IFRS-based financial reporting: An examination based in institutional theory. Accounting, Organizations and Society (48): 1-16.

Backof, A. G., E. M. Bamber and T. D. Carpenter. 2016. Do auditor judgment frameworks help in constraining aggressive reporting? Evidence under more precise and less precise accounting standards. Accounting, Organizations and Society (51): 1-11.

Baik, B., J. H. Evans III, K. Kim and Y. Yanadori. 2016. White collar incentives. Accounting, Organizations and Society (53): 34-49.

Bedford, D. S., T. Malmi and M. Sandelin. 2016. Management control effectiveness and strategy: An empirical analysis of packages and systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society (51): 12-28.

Bol, J. C., S. Kramer and V. S. Maas. 2016. How control system design affects performance evaluation compression: The role of information accuracy and outcome transparency. Accounting, Organizations and Society (51): 64-73.

Bratten, B., R. Jennings and C. M. Schwab. 2016. The accuracy of disclosures for complex estimates: Evidence from reported stock option fair values. Accounting, Organizations and Society (52): 32-49.

Brown, J. L., S. Farrington and G. B. Sprinkle. 2016. Biased self-assessments, feedback, and employees' compensation plan choices. Accounting, Organizations and Society (54): 45-59.

Canace, T. G., R. C. Hatfield and S. B. Jackson. 2016. Conservatism and staff accounting Bulletin No. 108. Accounting, Organizations and Society (52): 15-31.

Canning, M. and B. O'Dwyer. 2016. Institutional work and regulatory change in the accounting profession. Accounting, Organizations and Society (54): 1-21.

Cardinaels, E. 2016. Earnings benchmarks, information systems, and their impact on the degree of honesty in managerial reporting. Accounting, Organizations and Society (52): 50-62.

Carmona, S. and M. Ezzamel. 2016. Accounting and lived experience in the gendered workplace. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 1-8.

Chen, W., J. Han and H. Tan. 2016. Investor reactions to management earnings guidance attributions: The effects of news valence, attribution locus, and outcome controllability. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 83-95.

Christ, M. H., S. A. Emett, W. B. Tayler and D. A. Wood. 2016. Compensation or feedback: Motivating performance in multidimensional tasks. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 27-40.

Cooper, C., C. Graham and D. Himick. 2016. Social impact bonds: The securitization of the homeless. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 63-82.

Coslor, E. 2016. Transparency in an opaque market: Evaluative frictions between "thick" valuation and "thin" price data in the art market. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 13-26.

Coslor, E. and C. Spaenjers. 2016. Organizational and epistemic change: The growth of the art investment field. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 48-62.

Eskenazi, P. I, F. G. H. Hartmann and W. J. R. Rietdijk. 2016. Why controllers compromise on their duties: EEG evidence on the role of the human mirror neuron system. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 41-50.

Ghoul, S. E., O. Guedhami and J. Pittman. 2016. Cross-country evidence on the importance of Big Four auditors to equity pricing: The mediating role of legal institutions. Accounting, Organizations and Society (54): 60-81.

Grabner, I. and G. Speckbacher. 2016. The cost of creativity: A control perspective. Accounting, Organizations and Society (48): 31-42.

Himick, D. 2016. Actuarialism as biopolitical and disciplinary technique. Accounting, Organizations and Society (54): 22-44.

Hunton, J. E. and J. M. Rose. 2016. Retracted: Can directors' self-interests influence accounting choices? Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 74.

Killian, S. and R. O'Regan. 2016. Social accounting and the co-creation of corporate legitimacy. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 1-12.

Long, J. H. and K. A. Bassoglu. 2016. The impact of task interruption on tax accountants' professional judgment. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 96-113.

Luft, J. 2016. Management accounting in the laboratory and in social context: Four contrasts, 1975-2014. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 9-20.

Mahama, H. and W. F. Chua. 2016. A study of alliance dynamics, accounting and trust-as-practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society (51): 29-46.

Mayorga, D. and K. T. Trotman. 2016. The effects of a reasonable investor perspective and firm's prior disclosure policy on managers' disclosure judgments. Accounting, Organizations and Society (53): 50-62.

Mehrpouya, A. and R. Samiolo. 2016. Performance measurement in global governance: Ranking and the politics of variability. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 12-31.

Mouritsen, J. and K. Kreiner. 2016. Accounting, decisions and promises. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 21-31.

Mulligan, E. and L. Oats. 2016. Tax professionals at work in Silicon Valley. Accounting, Organizations and Society (52): 63-76.

O'Dwyer, B. and J. Unerman. 2016. Fostering rigour in accounting for social sustainability. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 32-40.

Pelger, C. 2016. Practices of standard-setting - An analysis of the IASB's and FASB's process of identifying the objective of financial reporting. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 51-73.

Pflueger, D. 2016. Knowing patients: The customer survey and the changing margins of accounting in healthcare. Accounting, Organizations and Society (53): 17-33.

Poullaos, C. 2016. Canada vs. Britain in the imperial accountancy arena, 1908-1912: Symbolic capital, symbolic violence. Accounting, Organizations and Society (51): 47-63.

Richardson, A. J. and E. Kilfoyle. 2016. Accounting institutions as truce: The emergence of accounting in the governance of mail flows. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 32-47.

Stikeleather, B. R. 2016. When do employers benefit from offering workers a financial reward for reporting internal misconduct? Accounting, Organizations and Society (52): 1-14.

Thomas, T. F. 2016. Motivating revisions of management accounting systems: An examination of organizational goals and accounting feedback. Accounting, Organizations and Society (53): 1-16.

Thornock, T. A. 2016. How the timing of performance feedback impacts individual performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society (55): 1-11.

Walker, S. P. 2016. Revisiting the roles of accounting in society. Accounting, Organizations and Society (49): 41-50.

Wright, W. F. 2016. Client business models, process business risks and the risk of material misstatement of revenue. Accounting, Organizations and Society (48): 43-55.

Xu, Y. and X. Xu. 2016. Taxation and state-building: The tax reform under the Nationalist Government in China, 1928-1949. Accounting, Organizations and Society (48): 17-30.