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Behavioral Issues Bibliography F-H

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

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Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1974. Unmeasured costs: A checklist. Management Accounting (February): 29-32.

Fairhurst, G. T. and B. K. Snavely. 1983. A test of the social isolation of male tokens. The Academy of Management Journal 26(2): 353-361. (JSTOR link).

Falbe, C. M. and G. Yukl. 1992. Consequences for managers of using single influence tactics and combinations of tactics. The Academy of Management Journal 35(3): 638-652. (JSTOR link).

Farber, D. B. 2005. Restoring trust after fraud: Does corporate governance matter? The Accounting Review (April): 539-561. (JSTOR Link).

Farh, J. and P. C. Earley, S. Lin. 1997. Impetus for action: A cultural analysis of justice and organizational citizenship behavior in Chinese society. Administrative Science Quarterly 42(3): 421-444. (JSTOR link).

Farh, J., R. D. Hackett and J. Liang. 2007. Individual-level cultural values as moderators of perceived organizational support-employee outcome relationships in China: Comparing the effects of power distance and traditionality. The Academy of Management Journal 50(3): 715-729. (JSTOR link).

Farmer, R. N. 1966. Organizational transfer and class structure. The Academy of Management Journal 9(3): 204-216. (JSTOR link).

Farmer, W. A. 1968. Multiple incentive contracts: An analytical technique. Management Accounting (May): 18-24.

Faro, D. and Y. Rottenstreich. 2006. Affect, empathy, and regressive mispredictions of others' preferences under risk. Management Science (April): 529-541. (JSTOR link).

Farrell, A. M., K. Kadous and K. L. Towry. 2012. Does the communication of causal linkages improve employee effort allocations and firm performance? An experimental investigation. Journal of Management Accounting Research (24): 77-102.

Farrell, B. R. and P. Healy. 2000. White collar crime: A profile of the perpetrator and an evaluation of the responsibilities for its prevention and detection. Journal of Forensic Accounting (1): 17-34.

Farrell, D. 1983. Exit, voice, loyalty, and neglect as responses to job dissatisfaction: A multidimensional scaling study. The Academy of Management Journal 26(4): 596-607. (JSTOR link).

Fay, R. and N. R. Montague. 2015. I'm not biased, am I? Avoid 5 common judgment biases that can affect accounting and auditing decisions. Journal of Accountancy (February): 26-31.

Feild, H. S. and W. H. Holley. 1982. The relationship of performance appraisal system characteristics to verdicts in selected employment discrimination cases. The Academy of Management Journal 25(2): 392-406. (JSTOR link).

Feldman, D. C. and J. M. Brett. 1983. Coping with new jobs: A comparative study of new hires and job changers. The Academy of Management Journal 26(2): 258-272. (JSTOR link).

Fels, A. 2004. Do women lack ambition? Harvard Business Review (April): 50-54, 56, 58-60.

Feltham, G., R. Indjejikian and D. Nanda. 2006. Dynamic incentives and dual-purpose accounting. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 417-437.

Felton, S., T. Dimnik and M. Northey. 1995. A theory of reasoned action model of the Chartered Accountant career choice. Journal of Accounting Education 13(1): 1-19.

Ferguson, D. H. and F. Berger. 1986. Human side of budgeting. Cornell Hotel & Restaurant Administration Quarterly (August): 86-90.

Ferratt, T. W., R. B. Dunham and J. L. Pierce. 1981. Self-report measures of job characteristics and affective responses: An examination of discriminant validity. The Academy of Management Journal 24(4): 780-794. (JSTOR link).

Ferris, K. R. 1977. Perceived uncertainty and job satisfaction in the accounting environment. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(1): 23-28.

Ferris, K. R. 1982. Perceived environmental uncertainty, organizational adaptation, and employee performance: A longitudinal study in professional accounting firms. Accounting, Organizations and Society 7(1): 13-25.

Ferris, K. R. 1982. Educational predictors of professional pay and performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society 7(3): 225-230.

Fertakis, J. P. 1969. On communication, understanding, and relevance in accounting reporting. The Accounting Review (October): 680-691. (JSTOR link).

Fessler, N. J. 2003. Experimental evidence on the links among monetary incentives, task attractiveness, and task performance. Journal of Management Accounting Research (15): 161-176.

Fields, M. W. and J. W. Thacker. 1992. Influence of quality of work life on company and union commitment. The Academy of Management Journal 35(2): 439-450. (JSTOR link).

Finch, G. L. 1987. Improving the bottom line with budget incentive programs. Management Accounting (October): 42-43, 46-47.

Fine, G. A. 1996. Justifying work: Occupational rhetorics as resources in restaurant kitchens. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(1): 90-115. (JSTOR link).

Fiol, C. M. 1995. Corporate communications: Comparing executives' private and public statements. The Academy of Management Journal 38(2): 522-536. (JSTOR link).

Fisher, C. 1996. The impact of perceived environmental uncertainty and individual differences on management requirements: A research note. Accounting, Organizations and Society 21(4): 361-369.

Fisher, C. D., D. R. Ilgen and W. D. Hoyer. 1979. Source credibility, information favorability, and job offer acceptance. The Academy of Management Journal 22(1): 94-103. (JSTOR link).

Fisher, J. and V. Govindarajan. 1993. Incentive compensation design, strategic business unit mission, and competitive strategy. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 129-144.

Fisher, J. G., S. A. Peffer and G. B. Sprinkle. 2003. Budget-based contracts, budget levels, and group performance. Journal of Management Accounting Research (15): 51-74.

Fisher, J. G., S. A. Peffer, G. B. Sprinkle and M. G. Williamson. 2015. Performance target levels and effort: Reciprocity across single- and repeated - interaction settings. Journal of Management Accounting Research 27(2): 145-164.

Fisher, L. O. 1913. Office efficiency as it affects the men. Journal of Accountancy (July): 11-21.

Fisher, P. D. 2016. The great CPA followership crisis. The CPA Journal (December): 36-45.

Fisher, R. and W. Ury. 1991. Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In. Penguin USA.

Fisman, R. and M. Luca. 2016. Fixing discrimination in online marketplaces: Airbnb, Uber, and others are facing the unintended consequences of their platforms' design choices. Harvard Business Review (December): 88-95.

Fitzgerald, G. M. 1946. Sensible wage incentives. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (September): 135-143.

Flamholtz, E. G. 1980. The process of measurement in managerial accounting: A psycho-technical systems perspective. Accounting, Organizations and Society 5(1): 31-42.

Flamholtz, E. G. 1992. Relevance regained: Management accounting - Past, present and future. Advances in Management Accounting (1): 21-34. (Summary).

Flatters, P. and M. Willmott. 2009. Understanding the postrecession consumer. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 106-112.

Fleischman, G. M., T. Stephenson, K. B. Walker and K. A. Cook. 2017. Factors that influence accounting faculty career satisfaction: Comparisons by program prestige and tenure status. Accounting Horizons (September): 1-20.

Fleming, A. S. and R. Barkhi. 2007. An experiment of group association, firm performance, and decision dissemination influences on compensation. Advances in Management Accounting (16): 287-309.

Fleming, D. M., R. N. Romanus and S. M. Lightner. 2009. The effect of professional context on accounting students' moral reasoning. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 13-30.

Fleming, W. G. 1966. Authority, efficiency, and role stress: Problems in the development of East African bureaucracies. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(3): 386-404. (JSTOR link).

Flynn, F. J., J. A. Chatman and S. E. Spataro. 2001. Getting to know you: The influence of personality on impressions and performance of demographically different people in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(3): 414-442. (JSTOR link).

Fogarty, T. J. 1992. Organizational socialization in accounting firms: A theoretical framework and agenda for future research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(2): 129-149.

Fogarty, T. J., A. Reinstein and R. S. Heath. 2017. Are today's young accountants different? An intergenerational comparison of three psychological attributes. Accounting Horizons (June): 83-104.

Fogarty, T. J., A. Reinstein, R. A. Heath and D. H. Sinason. 2017. Why mentoring does not always reduce turnover: The intervening roles of value congruence, organizational knowledge and supervisory satisfaction. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (38): 63-74.

Folger, R. and M. A. Konovsky. 1989. Effects of procedural and distributive justice on reactions to pay raise decisions. The Academy of Management Journal 32(1): 115-130. (JSTOR link).

Follett, M. P. 1937. The process of control. In L. Gulick & L. Urwick (eds.), Papers on the science of administration. Institute of Public Administration: 161-169.

Follett, M. P. 1941. The meaning of responsibility in business management. In H. C. Metcalf & L. Urwick (eds.), Dynamic administration: The collective papers of Mary Parker Follett. London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd., 146-166.

Follett, M. P. 1973. The psychology of control. In E. M. Fox & L. Urwick (eds.), Dynamic administration: The collected papers of Mary Parker Follett, 2nd edition. London: Pitman: 148-174.

Fong, C. T. 2006. The effects of emotional ambivalence on creativity. The Academy of Management Journal 49(5): 1016-1030. (JSTOR link).

Foran, M. F. and A. F. McGann. 1973. The annual report. Management Accounting (November): 48-51. (Criticized from the perspective of behavioral theory).

Foran, M. F. and D. T. DeCoster. 1974. An experimental study of the effects of participation, authoritarianism, and feedback on cognitive dissonance in a standard setting situation. The Accounting Review (October): 751-763. (JSTOR link).

Forbes, J. B. 1987. Early intraorganizational mobility: Patterns and influences. The Academy of Management Journal 30(1): 110-125. (JSTOR link).

Forbes, K. A. 2005. The virtues of volunteering. Journal of Accountancy (November): 81-82.

Ford, J. D. and W. H. Hegarty. 1984. Decision makers' beliefs about the causes and effects of structure: An exploratory study. The Academy of Management Journal 27(2): 271-291. (JSTOR link).

Forsgren, R. 1971. An analysis of control, bases of control, and satisfaction in an organizational setting: Comment. The Academy of Management Journal 14(2): 268-269. (JSTOR link).

Fossum, J. A. 1979. The effects of positively and negatively contingent rewards and individual differences on performance, satisfaction, and expectations. The Academy of Management Journal 22(3): 577-589. (JSTOR link).

Foster, B. 2016. Diversity versus discrimination: How to protect yourself. Cost Management (July/August): 24-36.

Fottler, M. D. 1977. Employee acceptance of a four-day workweek. The Academy of Management Journal 20(4): 656-668. (JSTOR link).

Fottler, M. D. and T. Bain. 1980. Sex differences in occupational aspirations. The Academy of Management Journal 23(1): 144-149. (JSTOR link).

Foucault, M. 1970. The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Foucault, M. 1973. The Birth of the Clinic: An archaeology of Medical Perception. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Foucault, M. 1977. Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison. New York, NY: Pantheon.

Foucault, M. 1977. Nietzsche, genealogy, history. In Language, Counter Memory, and Practice: Selected Essays and Interviews, by M. Foucault, 139-164. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Foucault, M. 1977. The intellectuals and power. In Language, Counter-Memory, and Practice: Selected Essays and Interviews, by M. Foucault, 205-217. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Foucault, M. 1980. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other Writings 1972-1977. C. Gordon Editor. Harvester Press.

Fox, F. V. and B. M. Staw. 1979. The trapped administrator: Effects of job insecurity and policy resistance upon commitment to a course of action. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(3): 449-471. (JSTOR link).

Fox, G. H. and C. A. Joiner. 1964. Perceptions of the Vietnamese public administration system. Administrative Science Quarterly 8(4): 443-481. (JSTOR link).

Fox, M. L., D. J. Dwyer and D. C. Ganster. 1993. Effects of stressful job demands and control on physiological and attitudinal outcomes in a hospital setting. The Academy of Management Journal 36(2): 289-318. (JSTOR link).

Fox, R. 1963. Communication. The Academy of Management Journal 6(4): 333-335. (JSTOR link).

Foy, N. F. 2000. Sexual harassment can threaten your bottom line. Strategic Finance (August): 56-61.

Francia, A. J., S. D. Grossman and R. H. Strawser. 1978. The attitudes of management accountants. Management Accounting (November): 35-40.

Francis-Gladney, L., H. T. Little, N. R. Magner and R. B. Welker. 2004. Does organization-mandated budgetary involvement enhance managers' budgetary communication with their supervisor? Advances in Management Accounting (13): 167-182.

Frank, W. G. 1972. Evaluation of wage incentives: Fixed costs, revisited. The Accounting Review (January): 155-160. (JSTOR link).

Franke, R. H., G. Hofstede and M. H. Bond. 1991. Cultural roots of economic performance: A research note. Strategic Management Journal (12): 165-173.

Frankfurt, H. G. 1988. The Importance of What We Care About: Philosophical Essays. Cambridge University Press.

Frankfurt, H. G. 2005. On Bullshit. Princeton University Press.

Frankfurt, H. G. 2006. On Truth. Knopf.

Frankfurt, H. G. 2006. Taking Ourselves Seriously and Getting it Right. Stanford University Press.

Frankfurt, H. G. 2015. On Inequality. Princeton University Press.

Franklin, J. L. 1975. Down the organization: Influence processes across levels of hierarchy. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(2): 153-164. (JSTOR link).

Franklin, J. L. 1975. Relations among four social-psychological aspects of organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(3): 422-433. (JSTOR link).

Frederick, M. L. 1938. The personality factor in accounting success. The Accounting Review (December): 400-404. (JSTOR link).

Frederickson, J. R., S. A. Peffer and J. Pratt. 1999. Performance evaluation judgments: Effects of prior experience under different performance evaluation schemes and feedback frequencies. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 151-165. (JSTOR link).

Fredin, A. 2012. The unexpected cost of staying silent: Not blowing the whistle may seem like the easy way out, but those who choose silence pay a price. Strategic Finance (April): 52-59.

Free, C. and N. Macintosh. 2008. A research note on control practice and culture at Enron. Advances in Management Accounting (17): 347-382.

Freedman, R. D. and S. A. Stumpf. 1978. What can one learn from the learning style inventory? The Academy of Management Journal 21(2): 275-282. (JSTOR link).

Freeman, J. 1999. Efficiency and rationality in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(1): 163-175. (JSTOR link).

Freidson, E. and B. Rhea. 1965. Knowledge and judgment in professional evaluations . Administrative Science Quarterly 10(1): 107-124. (JSTOR link).

French, E. B. 1966. Perspective: The motivation of scientists and engineers. The Academy of Management Journal 9(2): 152-156. (JSTOR link).

French, J. L. and J. Rosenstein. 1984. Employee ownership, work attitudes, and power relationships. The Academy of Management Journal 27(4): 861-869. (JSTOR link).

French, M. 1985. Beyond Power On Women Men and Morals. New York: Summit Books.

French, W. and D. Henning. 1966. The authority-influence role of the functional specialist in management. The Academy of Management Journal 9(3): 187-203. (JSTOR link).

Frew, D. R. 1974. Transcendental meditation and productivity. The Academy of Management Journal 17(2): 362-368. (JSTOR link).

Frick, W. 2015. When your boss wears metal pants: Insights from the frontier of human-robot research. Harvard Business Review (June): 84-89.

Friedkin, N. E. and M. J. Simpson. 1985. Effects of competition on members' identification with their subunits. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(3): 377-394. (JSTOR link).

Friedlander, F. and E. Walton. 1964. Positive and negative motivations toward work. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(2): 194-207. (JSTOR link).

Friedman, R. A. and J. Podolny. 1992. Differentiation of boundary spanning roles: Labor negotiations and implications for role conflict. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(1): 28-47. (JSTOR link).

Friedmann, J. 1967. A conceptual model for the analysis of planning behavior . Administrative Science Quarterly 12(2): 225-252. (JSTOR link).

Fritzsche, D. J. and H. Becker. 1984. Linking management behavior to ethical philosophy - An empirical investigation. The Academy of Management Journal 27(1): 166-175. (JSTOR link).

Fromkin, H. L. 1969. The behavioral science laboratories at Purdue's Krannert School. Administrative Science Quarterly 14(2): 171-177. (JSTOR link).

Frow, N., D. Marginson and S. Ogden. 2005. Encouraging strategic behaviour while maintaining management control: Multi-functional project teams, budgets, and the negotiation of shared accountabilities in contemporary enterprises. Management Accounting Research (September): 269-292.

Fryxell, G. E. and M. E. Gordon. 1989. Workplace justice and job satisfaction as predictors of satisfaction with union and management. The Academy of Management Journal 32(4): 851-866. (JSTOR link).

Fulk, J. 1993. Social construction of communication technology. The Academy of Management Journal 36(5): 921-950. (JSTOR link).

Fullerton, R. R. and C. S. McWatters. 2002. The role of performance measures and incentive systems in relation to the degree of JIT implementation. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(8): 711-735. (Summary).

Funari, M. R. 1968. Salesmen's incentives - For profit's sake. Management Accounting (March): 59-62.

Futrell, C. M. 1978. Effects of pay disclosure on satisfaction for sales managers: A longitudinal study. The Academy of Management Journal 21(1): 140-144. (JSTOR link).

Gabriel, S. L. and M. L. Hirsch Jr. 1992. Critical thinking and communication skills: Integration and implementation issues. Journal of Accounting Education 10(2): 243-270.

Gaines, J. and J. M. Jermier. 1983. Emotional exhaustion in a high stress organization. The Academy of Management Journal 26(4): 567-586. (JSTOR link).

Galbraith, J. R. 1970. Path-goal models as a basis for the design of organization reward systems. Decision Sciences 1(1-2): 54-72.

Galford, R. and A. S. Drapeau. 2003. The enemies of trust. Harvard Business Review (February): 88-95. (Inconsistent messages, inconsistent standards, misplaced benevolence, false feedback, failure to trust others, elephants in the parlor, rumors in a vacuum, and consistent corporate underperformance).

Gallagher, K. E. Rose, B. McClelland, J. Reynolds and S. Tombs. 1997. People in Organisations: An Active Learning Approach (Babs). Blackwell Publishing.

Gallupe, R. B., A. R. Dennis, W. H. Cooper, J. S. Valacich, L. M. Bastianutti and J. F. Nunamaker, Jr. 1992. Electronic brainstorming and group size. The Academy of Management Journal 35(2): 350-369. (JSTOR link).

Gambling, T. 1977. Magic, accounting and morale. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(2): 141-151.

Gandz, J. and V. V. Murray. 1980. The experience of workplace politics. The Academy of Management Journal 23(2): 237-251. (JSTOR link).

Gannon, M. J. and K. L. Newman. 2001. The Blackwell Handbook of Cross-Cultural Management (Handbooks in Management). Blackwell Publishing.

Gannon, M. J., C. Foreman and K. Pugh. 1973. The influence of a reduction in force on the attitudes of engineers. The Academy of Management Journal 16(2): 330-334. (JSTOR link).

Ganzach, Y. 1998. Intelligence and job satisfaction. The Academy of Management Journal 41(5): 526-539. (JSTOR link).

Garceau, A. A. and L. R. Garceau. 1992. Managing your job search. Management Accounting (June): 40-42, 44-45.

Garcia, R., F. Bardhi and C. Friedrich. 2007. Overcoming consumer resistance to innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 82-88.

Gardner, W. L. and M. J. Martinko. 1988. Impression management: An observational study linking audience characteristics with verbal self-presentations. The Academy of Management Journal 31(1): 42-65. (JSTOR link).

Gargiulo, M. 1993. Two-step leverage: Managing constraint in organizational politics. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(1): 1-19. (JSTOR link).

Garvin, D. A., G. Natarajan and D. Dowling. 2014. Can a strong culture be too strong? Harvard Business Review (January/Feburary): 113-117.

Gary, L., B. Elliot, L. E. Taylor, R. K. Andrews and S. Goliaszewski. 2008. When Steve becomes Stephanie. Harvard Business Review (December): 35-42. (Case study).

Gatewood, R. D., M. A. Gowan and G. J. Lautenschlager. 1993. Corporate image, recruitment image, and initial job choice decisions. The Academy of Management Journal 36(2): 414-427. (JSTOR link).

Gavetti, G. and D. Levinthal. 2000. Looking forward and looking backward: Cognitive and experiential search. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(1): 113-137. (JSTOR link).

Gavin, T. A. and P. Dileepan. 2002. Stress!! Analyzing the culprits and prescribing a cure. Strategic Finance (November): 50-55.

Gebler, D. 2006. Creating an ethical culture. Strategic Finance (May): 28-34.

Geen, R. G., E. Donnerstein and E. I. Donnerstein. 1998. Human Aggression: Theory, Research, and Implications for Social Policy. Academic Press.

Geiger, M. and J. van der Laan Smith. 2010. The effect of institutional and cultural factors on the perceptions of earnings management. Journal of International Accounting Research 9(2): 21-43.

Gemmill, G. 1969. Comments on "Effects of different patterns and degrees of openness in superior-subordinate communication on subordinate job satisfaction" by R. Burke and D. Wilcox - September 1969. The Academy of Management Journal 12(4): 506-507. (JSTOR link).

Gemmill, G. R. and W. J. Heisler. 1972. Machiavellianism as a factor in managerial job strain, job satisfaction, and upward mobility. The Academy of Management Journal 15(1): 51-62. (JSTOR link).

Gendron, Y. 2002. On the role of the organization in auditors' client-acceptance decisions. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(7): 659-684.

Gentile, M. C. 2010. Keeping your colleagues honest. Harvard Business Review (March): 114-117.

George, J. M. 1992. Extrinsic and intrinsic origins of perceived social loafing in organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 35(1): 191-202. (JSTOR link).

George, J. M. and J. Zhou. 2007. Dual tuning in a supportive context: Joint contributions of positive mood, negative mood, and supervisory behaviors to employee creativity. The Academy of Management Journal 50(3): 605-622. (JSTOR link).

George, J. M., T. F. Reed, K. A. Ballard, J. Colin and J. Fielding. 1993. Contact with AIDS patients as a source of work-related distress: Effects of organizational and social support. The Academy of Management Journal 36(1): 157-171. (JSTOR link).

Gersick, C. J. G., J. M. Bartunek and J. E. Dutton. 2000. Learning from academia: The importance of relationships in professional life. The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1026-1044. (JSTOR link).

Ghose, A. and S. P. Han. 2011. An empirical analysis of user content generation and usage behavior on the mobile internet. Management Science (September): 1671-1691.

Ghoshal, S. and H. Bruch. 2003. Going beyond motivation to the power of volition. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 51-57.

Giacomino, D. E. and M. D. Akers. 1998. An examination of the differences between personal values and value types of female and male accounting and nonaccounting majors. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 565-584.

Giannetti, M. and Y. Yafeh. 2012. Do cultural differences between contracting parties matter? Evidence from syndicated bank loans. Management Science (February): 365-383.

Gibbons, D. E. 2004. Friendship and advice networks in the context of changing professional values. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(2): 238-262. (JSTOR link).

Gibbins, M. 1982. Regression and other statistical implications for research on judgment using intercorrelated data sources. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 121-138. (JSTOR link).

Gibbins, M. 1984. Propositions about the psychology of professional judgment in public accounting. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 103-125. (JSTOR link).

Gibbs, M. 1995. Incentive compensation in a corporate hierarchy. Journal of Accounting and Economics (March-May): 247-277.

Gibbs, M., K. A. Merchant, W. A. Van der Stede and M. E. Vargus. 2004. Determinants and effects of subjectivity in incentives. The Accounting Review (April): 409-436. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. and F. Vermeulen. 2003. A healthy divide: Subgroups as a stimulus for team learning behavior . Administrative Science Quarterly 48(2): 202-239. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. B. 1999. Do they do what they believe they can? Group efficacy and group effectiveness across tasks and cultures. The Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 138-152. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, C. B. and M. E. Zellmer-Bruhn. 2001. Metaphors and meaning: An intercultural analysis of the concept of teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(2): 274-303. (JSTOR link). 001. Erratum: Metaphors and meaning: An intercultural analysis of the concept of teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(3): 594. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, J. L. 1966. Organization theory and the nature of man. The Academy of Management Journal 9(3): 233-245. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, J. L. and S. M. Klein. 1970. Employee attitudes as a function of age and length of service: A reconceptualization. The Academy of Management Journal 13(4): 411-425. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, R. O. 1966. Toward a conceptualization of absence behavior of personnel in organization. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(1): 107-133. (JSTOR link).

Giesler, C. 1980. Compensating sales reps. Management Accounting (April): 34-36.

Gifford, W. E., H. R. Bobbitt and J. W. Slocum, Jr. 1979. Message characteristics and perceptions of uncertainty by organizational decision makers. The Academy of Management Journal 22(3): 458-481. (JSTOR link).

Giles, W. F. and H. S. Feild. 1978. The relationship of satisfaction level and content of job satisfaction questionnaire items to item sensitivity. The Academy of Management Journal 21(2): 295-301. (JSTOR link).

Giles, W. F. and W. H. Holley, Jr. 1978. Job enrichment versus traditional issues at the bargaining table: What union members want. The Academy of Management Journal 21(4): 725-730. (JSTOR link).

Giles, W. F. and H. S. Feild. 1982. Accuracy of interviewers' perceptions of the importance of intrinsic and extrinsic job characteristics to male and female applicants. The Academy of Management Journal 25(1): 148-157. (JSTOR link).

Gino, F. and B. Staats. 2015. Why organizations don't learn. Harvard Business Review (November): 110-118.

Giovinazzo, V. J. 1982. Accounting problems that nobody talks about. Management Accounting (October): 14-19, 36.

Gissel, J. L. and K. M. Johnstone. 2017. Information sharing during auditors' fraud brainstorming: Effect of psychological safety and auditor knowledge. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 36(2): 87-110.

Gladstein, D. L. 1984. Groups in context: A model of task group effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly 29(4): 499-517. (JSTOR link).

Gladwell, M. 2002. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Back Bay Books. (Summary).

Gladwell, M. 2005. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. Little Brown.

Glaser, B. G. 1963. Attraction, autonomy, and reciprocity in the scientist-supervisor relationship. Administrative Science Quarterly 8(3): 379-398. (JSTOR link).

Glaser, B. G. 1965. "Differential association" and the institutional motivation of scientists. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(1): 82-97. (JSTOR link).

Glick, W. H., G. D. Jenkins, Jr. and N. Gupta. 1986. Method versus substance: How strong are underlying relationships between job characteristics and attitudinal outcomes? The Academy of Management Journal 29(3): 441-464. (JSTOR link).

Glisson, C. and M. Durick. 1988. Predictors of job satisfaction and organizational commitment in human service organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 33(1): 61-81. (JSTOR link).

Glomb, T. M. and H. Liao. 2003. Interpersonal aggression in work groups: Social influence, reciprocal, and individual effects. The Academy of Management Journal 46(4): 486-496. (JSTOR link).

Glover, S. M. 1997. The influence of time pressure and accountability on auditors' processing of nondiagnostic information. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 213-226. (JSTOR link).

Gneezy, A., A. Imas, A. Brown, L. D. Nelson and M. I. Norton. 2012. Paying to be nice: Consistency and costly prosocial behavior. Management Science (January): 179-187.

Gneezy, U., T. Ho and J. List. 2011. Editorial statement: Behavioral economics. Management Science (July): iv.

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