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Peytcheva, M. and D. E. Warren. 2013. How auditors perceive sanction severity and the detection of violations: Insights into professional vulnerabilities. Accounting and the Public Interest (13): 1-13.

Peytcheva, M. and P. R. Gillett. 2011. How partners' views influence auditor judgment. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 30(4): 285-301.

Peytcheva, M., A. M. Wright and B. Majoor. 2014. The impact of principles-based versus rules-based accounting standards on auditors' motivations and evidence demands. Behavioral Research In Accounting 26(2): 51-72.

Pfau, B. N. 2001. Measuring the link between human capital and shareholder value. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 16-20.

Pfeffer, J. 1972. Interorganizational influence and managerial attitudes. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 317-330. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 1972. Merger as a response to organizational interdependence. Administrative Science Quarterly 17(3): 382-394. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 1972. Size and composition of corporate boards of directors: The organization and its environment. Administrative Science Quarterly 17(2): 218-228. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 1973. Size, composition, and function of hospital boards of directors: A study of organization-environment linkage. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(3): 349-364. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 1977. Toward an examination of stratification in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(4): 553-567. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 1998. Six dangerous myths about pay. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 109-119. (Summary).

Pfeffer, J. 2001. What's wrong with management practices in Silicon Valley? A lot. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 101-102.

Pfeffer, J. 2005. Why do bad management theories persist? Academy of Management Learning & Education (March): 96-100. (Related to Ghoshal's criticism of management theory).

Pfeffer, J. 2007. A modest proposal: How we might change the process and product of managerial research. The Academy of Management Journal 50(6): 1334-1345. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. 2009. Shareholders first? Not so fast... Harvard Business Review (July-August): 90-91.

Pfeffer, J. 2010. Power play. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 84-92.

Pfeffer, J. and A. Davis-Blake. 1986. Administrative succession and organizational performance: How administrator experience mediates the succession effect. The Academy of Management Journal 29(1): 72-83. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and A. Davis-Blake. 1987. The effect of the proportion of women on salaries: The case of college administrators. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(1): 1-24. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and A. Davis-Blake. 1987. Understanding organizational wage structures: A resource dependence approach. The Academy of Management Journal 30(3): 437-455. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and G. R. Salancik. 1974. Organizational decision making as a political process: The case of a university budget. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(2): 135-151. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and G. R. Salancik. 1977. Organizational context and the characteristics and tenure of hospital administrators. The Academy of Management Journal 20(1): 74-88. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and H. Leblebici. 1973. Executive recruitment and the development of interfirm organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(4): 449-461. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and J. Lawler. 1980. Effects of job alternatives, extrinsic rewards, and behavioral commitment on attitude toward the organization: A field test of the insufficient justification paradigm. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(1): 38-56. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and J. Ross. 1982. The effects of marriage and a working wife on occupational and wage attainment. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(1): 66-80. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and N. Langton. 1988. Wage inequality and the organization of work: The case of academic departments. Administrative Science Quarterly 33(4): 588-606. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and N. Langton. 1993. The effect of wage dispersion on satisfaction, productivity, and working collaboratively: Evidence from college and university faculty. Administrative Science Quarterly 38(3): 382-407. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and P. Nowak. 1976. Joint ventures and interorganizational interdependence. Administrative Science Quarterly 21(3): 398-418. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and R. I. Sutton. 2000. The Knowing-Doing Gap: How Smart Companies Turn Knowledge into Action. Harvard Business School Press.

Pfeffer, J. and R. I. Sutton. 2006. Evidence-based management: Executives routinely dose their organizations with strategic snake oil: discredited nostrums, partial remedies, or untested management miracle cures. In many cases, the facts about what works are out there - so why don't managers use them? Harvard Business Review (January): 62-74.

Pfeffer, J. and W. L. Moore. 1980. Average tenure of academic department heads: The effects of paradigm, size, and departmental demography. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(3): 387-406. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and W. L. Moore. 1980. Power in university budgeting: A replication and extension. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(4): 637-653. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J. and Y. Cohen. 1984. Determinants of internal labor markets in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 29(4): 550-572. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J., G. R. Salancik and H. Leblebici. 1976. The effect of uncertainty on the use of social influence in organizational decision making. Administrative Science Quarterly 21(2): 227-245. (JSTOR link).

Pfeffer, J., M. Goldsmith and R. C. Kessler. 2011. Can nice guys finish first? Harvard Business Review (December): 131-135. (A fictionalized case study).

Pfeiffer, G., R. Capettini and G. Whittenburg. 1997. Forrest Gump - Accountant: A study of accounting in the motion picture industry. Journal of Accounting Education 15(3): 319-344.

Pfeiffer, G. M. and T. W. Shields. 2015. Performance-based compensation and firm value - Experimental evidence. Accounting Horizons (December): 777-798.

Pfeiffer, R. J. Jr. and P. T. Elgers. 1999. Controlling for lagged stock price responses in pricing regressions: An application to the pricing of cash flows and accruals. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 239-247. (JSTOR link).

Pfeiffer, R. J. Jr., P. T. Elgers, M. H. Lo and L. L. Rees. 1998. Additional evidence on the incremental information content of cash flows and accruals: The impact of errors in measuring market expectations. The Accounting Review (July): 373-385. (JSTOR link).

Pfeiffer, T. and G. Schneider. 2010. Capital budgeting, information timing, and the value of abandonment options. Management Accounting Research (December): 238-250.

Pfeiffer, T. and L. Velthuis. 2009. Incentive system design based on accrual accounting: A summary analysis. Journal of Management Accounting Research (21): 19-53.

Pfeiffer, T., U. Schiller and J. Wagner. 2011. Cost-based transfer pricing. Review of Accounting Studies 16(2): 219-246.

Pfenning, R. E. 1962. Business information systems. The Accounting Review (April): 234-243. (JSTOR link).

Pfitzer, M., V. Bockstette and M. Stamp. 2013. Innovating for shared value. Harvard Business Review (September): 100-107.

Pflieger, J. H. Jr. 1958. Control accounting for sponsored research contracts. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 77-91.

Pflieger, J. H. Jr. 1960. Property insurance and its costs. N.A.A. Bulletin (February): 25-26.

Pflomm, N. E. 1961. Managing company cash, Studies in Business Policy 99. National Industrial Conference Board, Inc.

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

Pflumm, R. 1993. Is mark-to-market accounting a threat to U.S. competitiveness? Management Accounting (August): 55-57.

Pforsich, H. 2005. Does your scorecard need a workshop? Strategic Finance (February): 30-35.

Pforsich, H., B. K. P. Kramer and G. R. Just. 2008. Establishing an internal audit department: The case of the Schwan Food Company. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (5): 1-16.

Pforsich, H. D., B. K. P. Kramer and R. Just. 2006. Establishing an effective internal audit department. Strategic Finance (April): 22-29.

Pfouts, R. W. 1961. The theory of cost and production in the multi-product firm. Econometrica (October): 650-658.

Pflugshaupt, A. D. 1961. Accounting for labor - A case study. N.A.A. Bulletin (June): 69-74.

Phadnis, S., C. Caplice and Y. Sheffi. 2016. How scenario planning influences strategic decisions. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 24-27.

Phan, P. H. and C. W. L. Hill. 1995. Organizational restructuring and economic performance in leveraged buyouts: An ex post study. The Academy of Management Journal 38(3): 704-739. (JSTOR link).

Pheck Joo, J. Y., M. Mayilyan, K. Clark and H. Van Zyl. 2015. The U.S. Chariman of PwC on keeping millennials engaged. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 21.

Phelan, J. L. 1960. Authority and flexibility in the Spanish imperial bureaucracy. Administrative Science Quarterly 5(1): 47-65. (JSTOR link).

Phelan, S. E. and M. Hayes. 2005. Payroll: A tie that binds. Journal of Accountancy (March): 29-30, 32-35.

Phelps, J. W. 1967. Federal income taxes and the return on investment concept. Management Accounting (March): 10-11.

Phelps, L., H. Tribunella and T. Tribunella. 2011. 20 Questions on marriage and taxes: Penalties and bonuses for filing status. The CPA Journal (December): 38-43.

Pheysey, D. C., R. L. Payne and D. S. Pugh. 1971. Influence of structure at organizational and group levels. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 61-73. (JSTOR link).

Philbrick, A. L. 1914. Accountants and the use of English. Journal of Accountancy (November): 366-371.

Philbrick, A. L. 1918. Verification of inventories. Journal of Accountancy (December): 417-428.

Philbrick, D. R. and W. E. Ricks. 1991. Using Value Line and IBES analyst forecasts in accounting research. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 397-417. (JSTOR link).

Philbrick, S. 2004. Considering an asset-based loan? Strategic Finance (February): 37-39.

Philipoom, P. and D. Steele. 2011. Shop floor control when tacit worker knowledge is important. Decision Sciences 42(3): 655-688.

Philippakis, A. S. 1972. A simulation study of decentralized decision making. Decision Sciences 3(3): 59-73.

Philippatos, G. C. and N. Gressis. 1973. Information through sampling from a binomial distribution. Decision Sciences 4(2): 173-183.

Philips, G. E. 1961. An easy method for closely approximating the rate of return on investment. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 47-52. (Discussion of a short-cut method referred to as the "two-thirds investment formula").

Philips, G. E. 1963. The accretion concept of income. The Accounting Review (January): 14-25. (JSTOR link).

Philips, G. E. 1963. The revolution in accounting theory. The Accounting Review (October): 696-708. (JSTOR link).

Philips, G. E. 1968. An entity-value for assets and equities. Abacus 4(2): 142-152.

Philips, G. E. 1968. Pension liabilities and assets. The Accounting Review (January): 10-17. (JSTOR link).

Philips, G. E. 1970. Error in accounting allocations. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 156-158. (JSTOR link).

Philips, G. E. 1990. Inflation adjustments to income in entry and exit price systems. Abacus 26(2): 185-191.

Philips, G. E. and L. S. Mayne. 1970. Income measures and bank stock values. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 178-188. (JSTOR link).

Phillippe, E. J. 1959. Reports which give effect to responsibility accounting. N.A.A. Bulletin (November): 89-95.

Phillips, A. and D. E. Collins. 1990. How Borg-Warner made the transition from pile accounting to JIT. Management Accounting (October): 32-35.

Phillips, A. S. and A. G. Bedeian. 1994. Leader-follower exchange quality: The role of personal and interpersonal attributes. The Academy of Management Journal 37(4): 990-1001. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, A. W. 2009. ISO 9001: 2008 Internal Audits Made Easy: Tools, Techniques, and Step-By-Step Guidelines for Successful Internal Audits, 3rd Edition. ASQ Quality Press.

Phillips, B. J. and F. Phillips. 2007. Sink or swim: Textbook reading behaviors of introductory accounting students. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 21-44.

Phillips, C. R. and N. T. Dorata. 2013. School district boards, audit committees, and budget oversight: Seeking a formula for good governance. The CPA Journal (March): 18-23.

Phillips, D. C. 1969. Systems theory - A discredited philosophy. Abacus 5(1): 3-15.

Phillips, D. C. 1972. The methodological basis of systems theory. The Academy of Management Journal 15(4): 469-477. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, D. J. 2002. A genealogical approach to organizational life chances: The parent-progeny transfer among Silicon Valley law firms, 1946-1996. Administrative Science Quarterly 47(3): 474-506. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, D. J. 2005. Organizational genealogies and the persistence of gender inequality: The case of Silicon Valley law firms. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(3): 440-472. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, F. 1998. Accounting students' beliefs about knowledge: Associating performance with underlying belief dimensions. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 113-126.

Phillips, F. 1999. Auditor attention to and judgments of aggressive financial reporting. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 167-189. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, F. 2001. A research note on accounting students' epistemological beliefs, study strategies, and unstructured problem-solving performance. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 21-39.

Phillips, F. 2015. Evaluating financial results at Graphic Apparel corporation (GAC): The impact of accounting policies. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 1-12.

Phillips, F. 2016. The power of giving feedback: Outcomes from implementing an online peer assessment system. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 1-15.

Phillips, F. 2017. Are you making learning too easy? Effects of grouping accounting problems on students' learning. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 81-93.

Phillips, F. and B. G. Johnson. 2011. Online homework versus intelligent tutoring systems: Pedagogical support for transaction analysis and recording. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 87-97.

Phillips, F. and D. Kalesnikoff. 2006. Q-Dots Incorporated: Assurance for a nanotechnology buyout. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 147-155.

Phillips, F. and G. Vaidyanathan. 2004. Should case material precede or follow lectures? Issues in Accounting Education (August): 305-319.

Phillips, F. and L. Heiser. 2011. A field experiment examining the effects of accounting equation emphasis and transaction scope on students learning to journalize. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 681-699.

Phillips, F. and P. E. Hopkins. 1997. Instructional case: Upper Plains Auto Rentals. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 81-98.

Phillips, F. and R. D. Martin. 1998. Instructional case: Northern Frontier Park. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 1005-1018.

Phillips, F., K. Morris and K. Zvinakis. 2000. Baywatch International: A case linking financial-reporting, business, and user decisions. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 605-633.

Phillips, H. G. 1909. Accounts their construction and interpretation. Journal of Accountancy (January): 244-245.

Phillips, J. and R. C. Sansing. 1998. Contingent fees and tax compliance. The Accounting Review (January): 1-18. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, J., M. Pincus and S. O. Rego. 2003. Earnings management: New evidence based on deferred tax expense. The Accounting Review (April): 491-521. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, J. D. 1927. Valuation of plates and publishing rights. Harvard Business Review (October): 44-56.

Phillips, J. D. 2003. Corporate tax-planning effectiveness: The role of compensation-based incentives. The Accounting Review (July): 847-874. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, J. F. and R. A. Page. 2011. Accounting analysis restores decision making rationality: The case of the Connecticut Department of Aging. Accounting and the Public Interest (11): 96-115.

Phillips, J. M. 1998. Effects of realistic job previews on multiple organizational outcomes: A meta-analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 41(6): 673-690. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, L. G. 1964. An application of distribution cost analysis to a small company. The Accounting Review (October): 1040-1044. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, L. C. 1965. Accounting for business combinations. The Accounting Review (April): 377-381. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, M. 2017. What's your why? The art of leading is asking "why?" and then listening and learning. Strategic Finance (August): 23-34.

Phillips, M. E., C. E. Brown and N. L. Nielson. 1990. Using expert systems for personal financial planning. Management Accounting (September): 29-33.

Phillips, M. E., T. E. Bahmanziari and R. G. Colvard. 2008. Six steps to XBRL: Learn how to translate your income statement into tagged format. Journal of Accountancy (February): 34-38. ("XBRL is a language for electronic communication of business data. Each item is tagged with information about various attributes, such as calendar year, audited/unaudited status, currency, etc.").

Phillips, N. and J. L. Brown. 1993. Analyzing communication in and around organizations: A critical hermeneutic approach. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1547-1576. (JSTOR link).

Phillips, P. P. and J. J. Phillips. 2006. Return on Investment (ROI) Basics. ASTD Press.

Phillips, P. p. and J. J. Phillips. 2008. ROI Fundamentals: Why and When to Measure Return on Investment. Pfeiffer.

Phillips, T. E. and M. E. Droege. 1984. Maximizing cash in decentralized organizations. Management Accounting (August): 38-42.

Phillips, T. J. Jr., C. M. Daily and M. S. Luehlfing. 2007. A note on the readability of professional materials for management accountants. Advances in Management Accounting (16): 311-318.

Philo, P. 1970. The savings game. Management Accounting (February): 28-30.

Philpot, S. and K. Monahan. 2017. A data-driven approach to identifying future leaders: Rather than relying on subjective opinions of executives, some companies are using assessment tools to identify high-potential talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 19-22.

Piaker, P. M. 1972. The use of medieval statements for teaching accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 609-610. (JSTOR link).

Piaker, P. M. 1973. The use of medieval statements for teaching accounting: A reply. The Accounting Review (October): 789. (JSTOR link).

Piasecki, D. J. 2003. Inventory Accuracy: People, Processes, and Technology. Inventory Operations Consultants.

Piasecki, D. J. 2009. Inventory Management Explained: A focus on Forecasting, Lot Sizing, Safety Stock, and Ordering Systems. Ops Publishing.

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Piccolo, R. F. and J. A. Colquitt. 2006. Transformational leadership and job behaviors: The mediating role of core job characteristics. The Academy of Management Journal 49(2): 327-340. (JSTOR link).

Piccolo, S. and M. Reisinger. 2011. Exclusive territories and manufacturers' collusion. Management Science (July): 1250-1266.

Picconi, M. 2006. The perils of pensions: Does pension accounting lead investors and analysts astray? The Accounting Review (July): 925-955. (JSTOR link).

Picconi, M. J. 1977. A reconsideration of the recognition of advertising assets on financial statements. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 317-326. (JSTOR link).

Picconi, M. P., K. J. Smith and A. Woods. 2013. Arborista, Inc.: An instructional resource case. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 90-104.

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Pick, J. 2005. Geographic Information Systems in Business. Idea Group Publishing.

Pickard, G. 2005. In the public interest, Part two. Journal of Accountancy (February): 60-62.

Pickard, G. 2005. With integrity and fairness: An interview with Mark W. Everson, Commissioner of Internal Revenue. Journal of Accountancy (April): 27-32.

Pickard, G. 2007. 'Getting it right'. Journal of Accountancy (March): 28-31.

Pickard, G. 2007. Simplifying global accounting. Journal of Accountancy (July): 36-39.

Pickard, M. D. and G. Cokins. 2015. From bean counters to bean growers: Accountants as data analysts - A customer profitability example. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 151-164.

Pickard, M. D., M. B. Burns and K. C. Moffitt. 2013. A theoretical justification for using embodied conversational agents (ECAs) to augment accounting-related interviews. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 159-176.

Pickerd, J. and D. A. Wood. 2011. Problems to avoid when brainstorming fraud risks. The CPA Journal (April): 64-65.

Pickerd, J., N. M. Stephens, S. L. Summers and D. A. Wood. 2011. Individual accounting faculty research rankings by topical area and methodology. Issues in Accounting Education (August): 471-505.

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.

Pickering, M. 2017. Implementing lean management reporting in lean enterprises. Cost Management (January/February): 28-36.

Pickering, M. and V. Byrnes. 2016. The changing role of management accountants in a lean enterprise: From "bean counter" to delivering customer value. Cost Management (January/February): 38-47.

Pickett, A. L. 1924. University courses in accounting: II. Objectives of the accounting courses at Indiana University. Journal of Accountancy (December): 435-436.

Pickett, K. H. S. 2002. Investigating Financial Crime in the Workplace. John Wiley & Sons.

Pickett, K. H. S. 2010. The Internal Auditing Handbook, 3rd Edition. Wiley.

Piketty, T. 2014. Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Belknap Press. (Reviews).

Pickhardt, R. C. and J. B. Wallace. 1974. A study of the performance of subjective probability assessors. Decision Sciences 5(3): 347-363.

Pickrum, M. 2010. "Massive ratings don't always translate into big profits." Programming a TV network is both art and science, and this CFO is happy to supply the science. CFO (May): 36-38 .

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Pidock, W. L. 1970. Accounting for net salvage. Management Accounting (December): 49-52.

Piechocki, M. 2010. XBRL: Standard business reporting: Modern language of governments. Strategic Finance (December): 56-58.

Piehl, D. 1974. Nonlinearity and the study of organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 17(4): 760-767. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, B. and B. Sweeney. 2005. Management control in audit firms - Partners' perspectives. Management Accounting Research (September): 340-370.

Pierce, B. J. and J. J. Tsay. 1992. A study of the post-completion audit practices of large American corporations: Experience from 1978 and 1988. Journal of Management Accounting Research (4): 131-155.

Pierce, C. A., H. Aguinis and S. K. R. Adams. 2000. Effects of a dissolved workplace romance and rater characteristics on responses to a sexual harassment accusation. The Academy of Management Journal 43(5): 869-880. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, H. 1975. Leasing and the lessee. Management Accounting (December): 33-36.

Pierce, J. F. 1968. Application of combinatorial programming to a class of all-zero-one integer programming problems. Management Science (November): 191-209. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L. and R. B. Dunham. 1978. An empirical demonstration of the convergence of common macro- and micro-organization measures. The Academy of Management Journal 21(3): 410-418. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L. and R. B. Dunham. 1978. The measurement of perceived job characteristics: The job diagnostic survey versus the job characteristics inventory. The Academy of Management Journal 21(1): 123-128. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L. and R. B. Dunham. 1992. The 12-hour work day: A 48-hour, eight-day week. The Academy of Management Journal 35(5): 1086-1098. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L., D. G. Gardner, L. L. Cummings and R. B. Dunham. 1989. Organization-based self-esteem: Construct definition, measurement, and validation. The Academy of Management Journal 32(3): 622-648. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L., D. G. Gardner, R. B. Dunham and L. L. Cummings. 1993. Moderation by organization-based self-esteem of role condition-employee response relationships. The Academy of Management Journal 36(2): 271-288. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, J. L., R. B. Dunham and R. S. Blackburn. 1979. Social systems structure, job design, and growth need strength: A test of a congruency model. The Academy of Management Journal 22(2): 223-240. (JSTOR link).

Pierce, R. F. 1965. Function vs. multifunctional data processing systems. N.A.A. Bulletin (June): 9-13.

Piercey, D. M. 2011. Documentation requirements and quantified versus qualitative audit risk assessments. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 30(4): 223-248.

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Pierpont, W. K. 1946. The classification and control of Navy expenditures. The Accounting Review (January): 70-77.

Pierpont, W. K. 1946. The classification and control of Navy expenditures. The Accounting Review (April): 172-181.

Pierpont, W. K. 1948. Statistical data on depreciation bases. The Accounting Review (July): 251-253. (JSTOR link).

Pierskalla, W. 1967. Optimal issuing policies in inventory management. Management Science (January): 395-412. (JSTOR link).

Pierskalla, W. P. 1967. Inventory depletion management with stochastic field life functions. Management Science (July): 877-886. (JSTOR link).

Pierson, W. W. 1906. Municipal control of the Philadelphia Gas Works. Journal of Accountancy (June): 118-131.

Pietsch, C. P. R. and W. F. Messier Jr. 2017. The effects of time pressure on belief revision in accounting: A review of relevant literature within a pressure-arousal-effort-performance framework. Behavioral Research In Accounting 29(2): 51-71.

Pietschman, M. A. 1957. Cost control for a sugar planter. N.A.A. Bulletin (July): 1380-1390.

Pigman, N. M. Jr. 1962. Simplified financial research - An example in profit maximization. N.A.A. Bulletin (January): 87-92.

Pike, B. J., C. Lawrence, K. A. Martin and R. M. Olvera. 2016. External auditors' involvement in the internal audit function's work plan and subsequent reliance before and after a negative audit discovery. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 35(4): 159-173.

Pike, F. W. 1913. The Tennessee C.P.A. Journal of Accountancy (April): 307-308.

Piketty, T. 2014. Capital in the Twenty-First Century. Belknap Press. (Note and Some Reviews).

Pil, F. K. and M. Holweg. 2003. Exploring scale: The advantages of thinking small. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 33-39.

Pil, F. K. and M. Holweg. 2006. Evolving from value chain to value grid. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 72-80. (Grid thinking places emphasis on three dimensions: the vertical, the horizontal, and the integrative diagonal).

Pilcher, D. J. 1932. The accounting equation. The Accounting Review (December): 294-296. (JSTOR link).

Pilcher, D. J. 1933. Five basic accounting concepts. The Accounting Review (March): 70-73. (JSTOR link).

Pilcher, D. J. 1933. Three-fold presentation of an accounting problem. The Accounting Review (September): 247-252. (JSTOR link).

Pilie, L. H. 1962. Human relations as a modern tonic. The Accounting Review (January): 1-5. (JSTOR link).

Pill, R. A. 1959. The meaning of the merchandise plan in a department store. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 71-78. (Discussion of the relationship between merchandise and inventory planning and profits).

Pillin, D. A. 1977. Credit by exception: A cash management tool. Management Accounting (July): 40-42.

Pillmore, E. M. 2003. How we're fixing up Tyco. Harvard Business Review (December): 96-103.

Pillsbury, C. 2005. Megafrauds: Should the auditors have known? A classroom exercise. Journal of Forensic Accounting 6(2): 441-454.

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Porter, J. H. 2011. Attract and retain top talent. Strategic Finance (June): 56-60.

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Porter, M. E. 1985. Competitive Advantage. The Free Press.

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Porter, M. E. 1990. The Competitive Advantage of Nations. Free Press.

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Porter, M. E. 1998. Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industry and Competitors. The Free Press. (See 1980).

Porter, M. E. 1996. What is a strategy? Harvard Business Review (November-December): 61-78. (Summary).

Porter, M. E. 2001. Strategy and the internet. Harvard Business Review (March): 63-78. (Summary).

Porter, M. E. 2008. The five competitive forces that shape strategy. Harvard Business Review (January): 78-93. (See Chapter 1 of my 1980 Competitive Strategy summary).

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Porter, M. E. and J. E. Heppelmann. 2014. How smart, connected products are transforming competion. Harvard Business Review (November): 64-88. (The third wave of IT-driven competition).

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Porter, M. E. and J. E. Heppelmann. 2017. Why every organization needs an augmented reality strategy. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 46-57. (Augmented reality or AR "transforms volumes of data and analytics into images or animations that are overlaid on the real world." ..."By superimposing digital information directly on real objects or environments, AR allows people to process the physical and digital simultaneously, eliminating the need to mentally bridge the two. That improves our ability to rapidly and accurately absorb information, make decisions, and execute required tasks quickly and efficiently."..."Every company needs an implementation road map that lays out how the organization will start to capture the benefits of AR in its business while building the capabilities needed to expand its use."... "It will profoundly change training and skill development, allowing people to perform sophisticated work without protracted and expensive conventional instruction - a model that is inaccessible to so many today. AR, then, enables people to better tap into the digital revolution and all it has to offer.").

Porter, M. E. and J. W. Rivkin. 2012. Choosing the United States: In contests to attract high-value business activities, the U.S. is losing out more than it should. Harvard Business Review (March): 80-93.

Porter, M. E. and J. W. Rivkin. 2012. The looming challenge to U.S. competitiveness. Harvard Business Review (March): 54-62. ("The United States is a competitive location to the extent that companies operating in the U.S. are able to compete successfully in the global economy while supporting high and rising living standards for the average American.").

Porter, M. E. and M. R. Kramer. 2002. The competitive advantage of corporate philanthropy. Harvard Business Review (December): 56-68.

Porter, M. E. and M. R. Kramer. 2006. Strategy and society: The link between competitive advantage and corporate social responsibility. Harvard Business Review (December): 78-92. (Summary).

Porter, M. E. and M. R. Kramer. 2011. Creating shared value: How to reinvent capitalism and unleash a wave of innovation and growth. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 62-77. (Summary).

Porter, M. E. and R. S. Kaplan. 2016. How to pay for health care: Bundled payments will finally unleash the competition that patients want. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 88-102. Two types of value-based reimbursement: Capitation, or population-based payment versus bundled payments. Bundled payments is the recommended solution).

Porter, M. E. and S. Stern. 2001. Innovation: Location matters. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 28-36.

Porter, M. E. and T. H. Lee. 2013. The strategy that will fix health care. Harvard Business Review (October): 50-67. (Summary).

Porter, M. E., J. W. Lorsch and N. Nohria. 2004. Seven surprises for new CEOs. Harvard Business Review (October): 62-72.

Porter, M. E., M. Sakakibara and H. Takeuchi. 2000. Can Japan Compete? Perseus. (Summary).

Porter, P. H. and M. A. Gallagher. 2004. Revised R&D budgets for funding postponements. The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management 6(2): 58-78.

Porter, P. L. 2001. Organizational learning's ten-year march. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 30-31.

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Porter, S. F. and D. L. Crumbley. 2012. Teaching interviewing techniques to forensic accountants is critical. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 4(1): 122-146.

Porter, T. M. 1995. Information cultures: A review essay. Accounting, Organizations and Society 20(1): 83-92.

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Portny, S. E. 2010. Project Management For Dummies, 3rd edition. For Dummies.

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