Management And Accounting Web

Behavioral Research in Accounting 2015

Volumes 27(1) and 27(2)

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

Behavioral Research in Accounting 1989-2017 | AAA Main Page | Journal Bibliographies

Ang, N. P. and K. T. Trotman. 2015. The utilization of quantitative and qualitative information in groups' capital investment decisions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 1-24.

Bhattacharjee, S., K. K. Moreno and D. A. Salbador. 2015. The impact of multiple tax returns on tax compliance behavior. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 99-119.

Bobek, D. D., A. M. Hageman an R. R. Radtke. 2015. The effects of professional role, decision context, and gender on the ethical decision making of public accounting professionals. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 55-78.

Brink, W. D. and L. S. Lee. 2015. The effect of tax preparation software on tax compliance: A research note. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 121-135.

Cohen, J. R., L. Holder-Webb and V. L. Zamora. 2015. Nonfinancial information preferences of professional investors. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 127-153.

Dalton, D. W., A. B. Davis and R. E. Viator. 2015. The joint effect of unfavorable supervisory feedback environments and external mentoring on job attitudes and job outcomes in the public accounting profession. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 53-76.

Eutsler, J. and B. Lang. 2015. Rating scales in accounting research: The impact of scale points and labels. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 35-51.

Hampton, C. 2015. Estimating and reporting structural equation models with behavioral accounting data. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 1-34.

Kaplan, S. E., K. R. Pope and J. A. Samuels. 2015. An examination of the effects of managerial procedural safeguards, managerial likeability, and type of fraudulent act on intentions to report fraud to a manager. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 77-94.

Lau, C. M. and G. Scully. 2015. The roles of organizational politics and fairness in the relationship between performance management systems and trust. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 25-53.

Mowchan, M., D. J. Lowe and P. M. J. Reckers. 2015. Antecedents to unethical corporate conduct: Characteristics of the complicit follower. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 95-126.

Pickerd, J. S., S. L. Summers and D. A. Wood. 2015. An examination of how entry-level staff auditors respond to tone at the top vis-a-vis tone at the bottom. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 79-98.

Weisner, M. M. 2015. Using construal level theory to motivate accounting research: A literature review. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(1): 137-180.

Zahller, K. A., V. Arnold and R. W. Roberts. 2015. Using CSR disclosure quality to develop social resilience to exogenous shocks: A test of investor perceptions. Behavioral Research In Accounting 27(2): 155-177.