Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida
Qi, Y., X. Zhao and C. Sheu. 2011. The impact of competitive strategy and supply chain strategy on business performance: The role of environmental uncertainty. Decision Sciences 42(2): 371-389.
Qin, F., U. S. Rao, H. Gurnani and R. Bollapragada. 2014. Role of random capacity risk and the retailer in decentralized supply chains with competing suppliers. Decision Sciences 45(2): 255-279.
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Quackenbush, J. E. 1969. A comment on the undergraduate accounting curriculum. Management Accounting (April): 20.
Quadackers, L., T. Groot and A. Wright. 2014. Auditors' professional skepticism: Neurtrality versus presumptive doubt. Contemporary Accounting Research 31(3): 639-657.
Quagli, A. and P. Paoloni. 2012. How is the IFRS for SME accepted in the European context? An analysis of the homogeneity among European countries, users and preparers in the European commission questionnaire. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 28(1): 147-156.
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Quarter, J., L. Mook and B. J. Richmond. 2002. What Counts: Social Accounting for NonProfits and Cooperatives. Prentice Hall.
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Quattrone, P. 2004. Accounting for God: Accounting and accountability in the Society of Jesus (Italy, XVI-XVII centuries). Accounting, Organizations and Society 29(7): 647-683.
Quattrone, P. 2005. Is time spent, passed or counted? The missing link between time and accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 185-208. (JSTOR link).
Quattrone, P. 2006. Corrigendum to ''Accounting for God: Accounting and accountability practices in the Society of Jesus (Italy, XVI-XVII centuries)'' [Accounting, Organizations and Society 28 (2004) 169-249]. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 31(1): 105.
Quattrone, P. 2009. Books to be practiced: Memory, the power of the visual, and the success of accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 34(1): 85-118.
Quattrone, P. 2016. Management accounting goes digital: Will the move make it wiser? Management Accounting Research (June): 118-122.
Quattrone, P. and T. Hopper. 2001. What does organizational change mean? Speculations on a taken for granted category. Management Accounting Research (December): 403-435.
Quattrone, P. and T. Hopper. 2005. A ‘time–space odyssey’: Management control systems in two multinational organisations. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 30(7-8): 735-764.
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Queenan, J. W. 1946. The public accountant of today and tomorrow. The Accounting Review (July): 254-260.
Quelch, J. A. and K. E. Jocz. 2009. How to market in a downturn. Harvard Business Review (April): 52-62.
Quelch, J. A., C. Knoop, A. Gallo, B. Ricci and B. Huh. 2016. What to do for a struggling colleague? Harvard Business Review (May): 109-111.
Query, J. T. 2008. Cost of risk allocation issues. Cost Management (March/April): 45-48. (Survey).
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Quigley, J. J. 1916. Treatment of interest on capital. Journal of Accountancy (April): 311.
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Quinn, D. F. 1957. Planning what your cost analyses will cost. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May): 1130-1134.
Quinn, J. and F. Hilmer. 1994. Strategic outsourcing. Sloan Management Review (Summer): 43-55.
Quinn, J. B. 1958. A study of the usefulness of research and development budgets. N.A.A. Bulletin (September): 79-90.
Quinn, J. B. 1980. Strategies for Change: Logical Incrementalism Homewood, IL: Richard D. Irwin.
Quinn, J. B. 2006. Planning for trouble. Journal of Accountancy (March): 35-38. (Discussion of her book Smart and Simple Financial Strategies for Busy People).
Quinn, J. D. and K. J. Smith. 2000. The Ridgely House venture: Triple net commercial lease/purchase case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 459-481.
Quinn, J. D., R. M. Garner, P. D. Marshall and K. J. Smith. 1995. Revitalizing VITA to address AECC Position Statement No. 1 Objectives. Journal of Accounting Education 13(4): 479-497.
Quinn, L. R. 2000. Accounting sleuths. Strategic Finance (October): 55-58, 60, 62, 64. (Ferreting out "funny numbers").
Quinn, L. R. 2000. The new IASC. Strategic Finance (December): 45-51. (The International Accounting Standards Committee).
Quinn, L. R. 2002. Strengthening the role of the audit committee. Strategic Finance (December): 42-47.
Quinn, L. R. 2002. Tension? Strategic Finance (August): 29-35. (What is the role of the internal auditor? What is quality accounting? Discussion of the strain after the Enron and WorldCom scandals).
Quinn, L. R. 2003. The rules explosion: Is it time to move toward principles? Strategic Finance (January): 39-43.
Quinn, L. R. 2004. What's the state of international standards? Strategic Finance (April): 35-39.
Quinn, L. R. 2006. COSO at a crossroad. Strategic Finance (July): 42-49. (The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations' enterprise risk management integrated framework is being adopted by companies outside the U.S.).
Quinn, M. 1993. It's all in the lie. Time (July): 54.
Quinn, M. 2014. Stability and change in management accounting over time - A century or so of evidence from Guinness. Management Accounting Research (March): 76-92.
Quinn, R. E. 1977. Coping with Cupid: The formation, impact, and management of romantic relationships in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(1): 30-45. (JSTOR link).
Quinn, R. E. 1996. Deep Change: Discovering the Leader Within. Jossey-Bass.
Quinn, R. E. 2000. Change the World: How Ordinary People Can Achieve Extraordinary Results. Jossey-Bass.
Quinn, R. E. 2004. Building the Bridge as You Walk on It: A Guide for Leading Change. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Quinn, R. E. 2005. Moments of greatness: Entering the fundamental state of leadership. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 74-83.
Quinn, R. E., editor, S. R. Faerman, M. Thompson and M. R. McGrath. 2002. Becoming A Master Manager: A Competency Framework. John Wiley & Sons.
Quinn, R. W. 2005. Flow in knowledge work: High performance experience in the design of national security technology. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(4): 610-641. (JSTOR link).
Quinn, R. W. and R. E. Quinn. 2009. Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in Any Situation. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Quinn, T. and W. T. Dancer. 2006. Home office deductions. Journal of Accountancy (December): 42-45.
Quintanilla, H. A. and J. L. Whittington. 2003. Applied learning in graduate business education. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 27-33.
Quinton, A. B. Jr. 1930. War planning and industrial mobilization. Harvard Business Review (October): 8-17.
Quire, C. D. 1947. Pioneers in accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 74-79. (JSTOR link). (Interesting points related to women in public accounting, and the slap analogy).
Quirin, J. J. and D. O'Bryan. 2016. The marriage of Sharon and Henry Sawbones: A forensic case illustrating the use of a tax return in a litigation advisory services context. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 347-354.
Quirin, J. J. and D. W. O'Bryan. 2014. The mobile home monster: A forensic case in the use of pubic records to locate assets. Issues In Accounting Education (May): 64-71.
Quirin, J. J., D. O'Bryan and D. P. Donnelly. 2004. A nomological framework of budgetary participation and performance: A structural equation analysis approach. Advances in Management Accounting (13): 143-165.
Quirin, J. J., D. P. Donnelly and D. O'Bryan. 2000. Consequences of participative budgeting: The roles of budget-based compensation, organizational commitment, and managerial performance. Advances in Management Accounting (9): 127-143.
Quiros, E. 2016. Leadership in the arena. Strategic Finance (August): 21-22.
Quittmeyer, C. L. 1960. Faculty consulting practices. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(1): 41-50. (JSTOR link).