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Rotch, W., B. Allen and E. Brownlee. 1995. Cases in Management Accounting and Control Systems. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Rotch, W., B. R. Allen and C. R. Smith. 1978. The Executive's Guide to Management Accounting and Control Systems. Dame Publications, Inc.

Roth, A. E. 2007. The art of designing markets. Harvard Business Review (October): 118-126.

Roth, A. E. and R. E. Verrecchia. 1979. The Shapley value as applied to cost allocation: A reinterpretation. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 295-303. (JSTOR link).

Roth, H. P. 1987. New rules for inventory costing. Management Accounting (March): 32-36, 45. (Tax requirements related to inventory).

Roth, H. P. 2014. Is integrated reporting in the future? The CPA Journal (March): 62-67.

Roth, H. P. and A. F. Borthick. 1989. Getting closer to real product costs. Management Accounting (May): 28-33. (Discussion of using PC-generated spreadsheets for activity based accounting).

Roth, H. P. and A. F. Borthick. 1991. Are you distorting costs by violating ABC assumptions? Management Accounting (November): 39-42.

Roth, H. P. and C. E. Keller Jr. 1997. Quality, profits, and the environment: Diverse goals or common objectives? Management Accounting (July): 50-52, 54-55.

Roth, H. P. and L. T. Sims. 1991. Costing for warehousing and distribution. Management Accounting (August): 42-45.

Roth, H. P. and R. M. Brown. 1982. Post-audit capital investment using IRR and NPV models. Management Accounting (February): 29-33.

Roth, H. P. and T. L. Albright. 1994. What are the costs of variability? Management Accounting (June): 51- 55. (Summary).

Roth, H. P., and W. J. Morse. 1983. Let's Help measure and report quality costs. Management Accounting (August): 50-53.

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Roth, K. and S. O'Donnell. 1996. Foreign subsidiary compensation strategy: An agency theory perspective. The Academy of Management Journal 39(3): 678-703. (JSTOR link).

Roth, K. A. 1994. Theme park accounting: What do we really do all winter? Management Accounting (February): 48-51.

Roth, W. 1994. Evolution of Management Theory: Past, Present, Future. CRC.

Roth, W. 1999. The Roots and Future of Management Theory: A Systems Perspective. CRC.

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Rothenberg, N. R. 2009. The interaction among disclosures, competition, and an internal control problem. Management Accounting Research (December): 225-238.

Rothenberg, N. R. 2011. Teams, leaders, and performance measures. Contemporary Accounting Research 28(4): 1123-1140.

Rothenberg, N. R. 2012. The effect of imprecise information on incentives and team production. Contemporary Accounting Research 29(1): 176-190.

Rothenberg, N. R. 2017. Private information, performance measurement bias, and leading by example. Journal of Management Accounting Research 29(1): 79-96.

Rothenberg, S. 2007. Sustainability through servicing. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 83-89.

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Rother, M., J. Shook, J. Womack. and D. Jones. 1999. Learning to See: Value Stream Mapping to Add Value and Eliminate MUDA. Lean Enterprise Institute.

Rothkopf, M. 1987. No more essay questions on the uniform CPA examination. Accounting Horizons (December): 79-85.

Rothkopf, M. H. 1965. A substitute for expected rate of return. Management Science (September): 148-149. (JSTOR link).

Rothkopf, M. H. 1966. Scheduling independent tasks on parallel processors. Management Science (January): 437-447. (JSTOR link).

Rothkopf, M. H. 1966. Scheduling with random service times. Management Science (May): 707-713. (JSTOR link).

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Rothschild, J. and T. D. Miethe. 1999. Whistleblower disclosures and management retaliation. Work and Occupations 26 (1): 107-128.

Rothschild, M. 2006. Shareholders pay for ROA. Strategic Finance (November): 26-31.

Rothstein, E. L. 1965. Problems in the treatment of research and development costs. Management Accounting (November): 9-12.

Rothstein, M. 1972. Simulation versus analysis in waiting line problems. Decision Sciences 3(4): 137-141.

Rothstein, M. 1973. A dynamic programming model for periodical selection. Decision Sciences 4(2): 237-246.

Rothstein, M. 1974. Hotel overbooking as a Markovian sequential decision process. Decision Sciences 5(3): 389-404.

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Rottman, J. W. and M. C. Lacity. 2006. Proven practices for effectively offshoring IT work. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 56-63.

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Rouault, G. 1971. [Illustration]: Sometimes the blind have comforted those that see. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 87. (JSTOR link).

Rouault, G. 1971. [Illustration]: The law is the law, hard though it be. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 18. (JSTOR link).

Rouault, G. 1971. [Illustration]: The nobler the heart, the less stiff the collar. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 60. (JSTOR link).

Rouault, G. 1971. [Illustration]: What does not wear a mask. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(1): 39. (JSTOR link).

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Roufaiel, N. S. 1995. FACT: Financial accounting computerized tutor. Journal of Accounting Education 13(2): 185-205.

Rouis, S., M. Limayem, and E. Salchi-Sangari. 2011. Impact of Facebook usage on students' academic performance: Role of self-regulation and trust. Electronic Journal of Research in Educational Psychology 9(3): 961-994.

Roulstone, D. T. 1999. Effect of SEC Financial Reporting Release No. 48 on derivative and market risk disclosures. Accounting Horizons (December): 343-363.

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Roulstone, D. T. 2011. Discussion of "intangible investment and the importance of firm-specific factors in the determination of earnings" Review of Accounting Studies 16(3): 574-586.

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Rouse, P. 1993. Constructing Monte Carlo simulations in lotus 1-2-3. Journal of Accounting Education 11(1): 113-132.

Roush, P. 2016. Accounting and the Public Interest Editor's report. Accounting and the Public Interest (16): iii-v.

Rouse, P. and L. Houghton. 2002. Instructional case: Floating investments. Journal of Accounting Education 20(3): 235-247.

Rouse, P. and M. Putterill. 2000. Incorporating environmental factors into a highway maintenance cost model. Management Accounting Research (September): 363-384.

Rouse, P. and M. Putterill. 2005. Local government amalgamation policy: A highway maintenance evaluation. Management Accounting Research (December): 438-463.

Rouse, P., M. Putterill and D. Ryan. 2002. Integrated performance measurement design: Insights from an application in aircraft maintenance. Management Accounting Research (June): 229-248.

Roush, P. B. 2014. Annual editor report. Accounting and the Public Interest (14): viii-xi.

Roush, P. B. 2014. Editorial: My reflections on the 2014 edition. Accounting and the Public Interest (14): 128-131.

Rouse, R., J. R. Davis and G. T. Friedlob. 1986. The relevant experience criterion for accounting accreditation by the AACSB - A current assessment. Journal of Accounting Education 4(1): 147-160.

Rouse, R. L. 1954. Costing for municipalities - A field for development. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (April): 1014-1025.

Rouse, R. W. and R. A. Shockley. 1984. Setting realistic expectations for publishing in leading accounting research journals. Journal of Accounting Education 2(2): 43-52.

Rouselle, A. L. Jr. 1983. The ERTA bonus: R&D can reduce your taxes. Management Accounting (October): 72-78.

Roush, M. L. and G. S. Smith. 1997. Consultative teaching: International examples. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 199-213.

Roush, P. B., L. S. Mahoney and L. Thorne. 2012. The effects of public pressure on CSR behavior in a capital market experiencing excessive moral debt. Accounting and the Public Interest (12): 87-105.

Rousseau, D. 1985. Issues of level in organizational research. Research in Organizational Behavior (7): 1-37.

Rousseau, D. M. 1978. Characteristics of departments, positions, and individuals: Contexts for attitudes and behavior. Administrative Science Quarterly 23(4): 521-540. (JSTOR link).

Rousseau, D. M. 1979. Reply to "Reliability or validity?" Administrative Science Quarterly 24(2): 313-314. (JSTOR link).

Rousseau, D. M. 2007. A sticky, leveraging, and scalable strategy for high-quality connections between organizational practice and science. The Academy of Management Journal 50(5): 1037-1042. (JSTOR link).

Roussell, C. 1974. Relationship of sex of department head to department climate. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(2): 211-220. (JSTOR link).

Rowan, B. 1982. Organizational structure and the institutional environment: The case of public schools. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(2): 259-279. (JSTOR link).

Rowbottom, N. and A. Lymer. 2009. Exploring the use of online corporate reporting information. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (6): 27-44.

Rowbottom, N., A. Allam and A. Lymer. 2005. An exploration of the potential for studying the usage of investor relations information through the analysis of web server logs. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 6(1): 31-53.

Rowbury, J. G. Jr. 1947. Timber "depletion". The Accounting Review (April): 187-193. (JSTOR link).

Rowe, C. 2004. The effect of accounting report structure and team structure on performance in cross-functional teams. The Accounting Review (October): 1153-1180. (JSTOR link).

Rowe, C., J. G. Birnberg and M. D. Shields. 2008. Effects of organizational process change on responsibility accounting and managers' revelations of private knowledge. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(2-3): 164-198.

Rowe, C., M. D. Shields and J. G. Birnberg. 2012. Hardening soft accounting information: Games for planning organizational change. Accounting, Organizations and Society 37(4): 260-279.

Rowe, C. V. 1910. Reserves and sinking funds. Journal of Accountancy (August): 267-274.

Rowe, C. V. 1913. Charlatanism in the profession of accounting. Journal of Accountancy (October): 301-305.

Rowe, R. 2008. Discussion of “An examination of contextual factors and individual characteristics affecting technology implementation decisions in auditing”. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 9(2): 127-129.

Rowe, W. G. and L. Guerrero. 2010. Cases in Leadership, 2nd Edition. Sage Publications.

Rowland, F. H. 1931. Principles of punched card accounting. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May 1): 1389-1453.

Rowland, K. M. and D. M. Gradner. 1973. The uses of business gaming in education and laboratory research. Decision Sciences 4(2): 268-283.

Rowlands, J. J. 1967. Formula elements of incentive contracts. Management Accounting (April): 30-37.

Rowles, B. M. 1954. Application of statistical sampling techniques to LIFO inventory valuation. The Accounting Review (April): 244-250. (JSTOR link).

Rowley, C. K. and A. T. Peacock. 1975. Welfare Economics. Martin Robertson & Co. Ltd.

Rowley, C. S. and J. L. Evans. 1985. Inventory Pricing in the Grain Industry. Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company.

Rowley, T. H. 1988. Course outline seminar in accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 167-170.

Rowley, T. H. 1991. A peer evaluation of the perceived quality of publication outlets for accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 50-61. (Survey).

Rowley, T. J., H. R. Greve, H. Rao, J. A. C. Baum and A. V. Shipilov. 2005. Time to break up: Social and instrumental antecedents of firm exits from exchange cliques. The Academy of Management Journal 48(3): 499-520. (JSTOR link).

Roxas, M. L., L. E. Peek and G. S. Peek. 1998. Developing multi-objective projects in the accounting curriculum: Sexual harassment, teamwork, technology and communication. Issues in Accounting Education (May): 383-393.

Roy, R. H. 1968. [The common body of knowledge for CPAs: Some problems in analysis]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 142. (JSTOR link).

Roy, R. K. 2000. Design of Experiments Using the Taguchi Approach: 16 Steps to Product and Process Improvement. Wiley-Interscience.

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Roy, W. G. 1983. Toward clearer thinking: A reply. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(1): 61-64. (JSTOR link).

Roybark, H. M. 2008. Educational interventions for teaching the new auditor independence rules. Journal of Accounting Education 26(1): 1-29.

Roybark, H. M. 2009. PCAOB inspection report card. The CPA Journal (February): 65-69.

Roybark, H. M. 2009. Why wasn't Madoff's auditor peer reviewed or inspected. The CPA Journal (May): 56-57.

Roybark, H. M. 2012. Public disclosure of quality control criticisms: Examining PCAOB inspection reports to determine differences among audit firms. The CPA Journal (April): 32-39.

Roybark, H. M., E. N. Coffman and G. J. Previts. 2012. The first quarter century of the GASB (1984-2009): A perspective on standard setting (Part one). Abacus 48(1): 1-30.

Roybark, H. M., E. N. Coffman and G. J. Previts. 2012. The first quarter century of the GASB (1984-2009): A perspective on standard setting (Part two). Abacus 48(2): 147-198.

Roychowdhury, S. 2006. Earnings management through real activities manipulation. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 335-370.

Roychowdhury, S. 2010. Discussion of: “Acquisition profitability and timely loss recognition” by J. Francis and X. Martin. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 179-183.

Roychowdhury, S. and R. L. Watts. 2007. Asymmetric timeliness of earnings, market-to-book and conservatism in financial reporting. Journal of Accounting and Economics (September): 2-31.

Roychowdhury, S. and X. Martin. 2013. Understanding discretion in conservatism: An alternative viewpoint. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December Supplement): 134-146. (Related to how conservatively a firm represents economic events on its financial statements).

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Ruback, R. S. and R. Yudkoff. 2017. Buying your way into entreneurship. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 149-153.

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Rubenstein, A. H. 1964. Organizational factors affecting research and development decision-making in large decentralized companies. Management Science (July): 618-633. (JSTOR link).

Rubenstein, A. H. 1968. Some comments on training for the future of the management sciences. Management Science (July): 727-730. (JSTOR link).

Rubenstein, A. H., M. Radnor, N. R. Baker, D. R. Heiman and J. B. McColly. 1967. Some organizational factors related to the effectiveness of management science groups in industry. Management Science (April): B508-B518. (JSTOR link).

Rubenstein, D. B. 1992. Bridging the gap between green accounting and black ink. Accounting, Organizations and Society 17(5): 501-508.

Rubenstein, D. B. 1994. Environmental Accounting for the Sustainable Corporation: Strategies and Techniques. Praeger.

Rubin, D. S. 2011. Seven good reasons credit shelter trusts remain relevant. Journal of Accountancy (June): 44-48.

Rubin, D. S. 2014. Asset protection or retirement funds after Clark: Supreme court decision denies exclusion of an inherited IRA from a bankruptcy estate. Journal of Accountancy (October): 48-50, 52-53.

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Rubin, M. A. 1988. Municipal audit fee determinants. The Accounting Review (April): 219-236. (JSTOR link).

Rubin, N. 2008. The challenge of socially responsible investments. The CPA Journal (July): 52-55.

Rubin, R. S., D. C. Munz and W. H. Bommer. 2005. Leading from within: The effects of emotion recognition and personality on transformational leadership behavior. The Academy of Management Journal 48(5): 845-858. (JSTOR link).

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Rubinstein, M. 2006. A History of the Theory of Investments: My Annotated Bibliography. Wiley Finance.

Rubinstein, S. A. and T. A. Kochan. 2001. Learning from Saturn: Possibilities for Corporate Governance and Employee Relations. Cornell University Press and ILR Press.

Rubrich, L. 2004. How to Prevent Lean Implementation Failures: 10 Reasons Why Failures Occur. WCM Associates.

Rubrich, L., M. Watson and S. Rubrich. 2004. Implementing World Class Manufacturing, 2nd edition. WCM Associates.

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Ruchala, L. V. 1995. New, improved, or reengineered? Management Accounting (December): 37-41. (How to become a change champion).

Ruchala, L. V. 1997. Managing and controlling specialized assets. Management Accounting (October): 20, 22, 24, 26-27. (Discussion of transaction cost economic theory to consider asset specificity, i.e., the degree to which an asset can be redeployed to other purposes, and how it is related to capital investments, make or buy decisions, and investments in intangible and human assets. Four categories of asset specificity include site specificity, physical asset specificity, human asset specificity, and dedicated assets).

Ruchala, L. V. 1999. The influence of budget goal attainment on risk attitudes and escalation. Behavioral Research In Accounting (11): 161-191.

Ruchala, L. V. and J. W. Hill. 1994. Reducing accounting students' oral communication apprehension: Empirical evidence. Journal of Accounting Education 12(4): 283-303.

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Ruckstell, J. R. 1916. A limited audit. Journal of Accountancy (September): 190-195.

Ruddy, J. A. and D. M. Boyle. 2014. Implications of the Volcker Rule. The CPA Journal (June): 30-34. (The rule refers to section 619 of Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010. Related to the effect on banks and 4 things CPAs should do).

Ruddy, J. A. and M. Rajan. 2015. Implications of the FDIC's recent sale of trust-preferred CDO securities. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 9-15.

Rudell, A. L. 1954. Handling fringe costs as direct labor. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (November): 383-386.

Rudell, A. L. 1955. Planned profits for the factory. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March): 940-946.

Rudell, A. L. 1957. Sampling doubles inventory count accuracy, halves cost. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 5-12.

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Ruderman, M. N., P. J. Ohlott, K. Panzer and S. N. King. 2002. Benefits of multiple roles for managerial women. The Academy of Management Journal 45(2): 369-386. (JSTOR link).

Rudisill, F. and D. Clary. 2004. The management accountant's role in six sigma. Strategic Finance (November): 34-39.

Rudner, R. 1966. Philosophy of Social Science. Prentice-Hall.

Rudolph, H. R. 2006. Practice makes perfect: Brush up for the CPA exam with a review course. Journal of Accountancy (August): 57-61.

Rudolph, J. W. and N. P. Repenning. 2002. Disaster dynamics: Understanding the role of quantity in organizational collapse. Administrative Science Quarterly 47(1): 1-30. (JSTOR link).

Rudy, A. F. 1960. Keeping up-to-the-minute records of advertising costs. N.A.A. Bulletin (July): 83-89.

Rue, J. C. and D. E. Tosh. 1987. Continued unresolved issues of pension accounting. Accounting Horizons (December): 21-27.

Rue, J. C. and D. E. Tosh. 1987. Should we consolidate finance subsidiaries? Management Accounting (April): 45-50.

Rue, J. C., D. E. Tosh and W. B. Francis. 1988. Accounting for interest rate swaps. Management Accounting (July): 43-49.

Rue, M. C. 1962. The first computer application - Order processing and sales statistics. N.A.A. Bulletin (April): 84-87.

Ruef, M. and W. R. Scott. 1998. A multidimensional model of organizational legitimacy: Hospital survival in changing institutional environments. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(4): 877-904. (JSTOR link).

Rueschhoff, D. S. 1975. Inventory profits. Management Accounting (July): 15-17.

Rueschhoff, N. G. 1972. The undergraduate international accounting course. The Accounting Review (October): 833-836. (JSTOR link).

Rueschhoff, N. G. 1978. The evolution of accounting for corporate treasury stock in the United States. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 1-7. (JSTOR link).

Rufer-Bach, K. 2009. The Second Life Grid: The official Guide to Communication, Collaboration, and Community Engagement. Sybex.

Ruff, M., J. C. Thibodeau and J. C. Bedard. 2009. A profession's response to a looming shortage: Closing the gap in the supply of accounting faculty. Journal of Accountancy (March): 36-41. (Link).

Ruffa, S. A. 2008. Going Lean: How the Best Companies Apply Lean Manufacturing Principles to Shatter Uncertainty, Drive Innovation, and Maximize Profits. AMACOM.

Rufus, R. J. and W. Hahn. 2011. Mountain State Sporting Goods: A case of fraud? A case study in fraud examination. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 201-217.

Ruggles, C.O. 1924. Problems in the development of a super-power system. Harvard Business Review (January): 160-173.

Ruh, R. A., J. K. White and R. R. Wood. 1975. Job involvement, values, personal background, participation in decision making, and job attitudes. The Academy of Management Journal 18(2): 300-312. (JSTOR link).

Ruhl, J. 1992. Review: The Costing Heritage: Studies in Honor of S. Paul Garner by O. Finley Graves. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 91-93. (JSTOR link).

Ruhl, J. M. 1995. ABM for continuous improvement, the theory of constraints, and open book management. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 80-89. (Ruhl provides reviews of Pryor and Sahm's Using Activity Based Management for Continuous Improvement: A Step-by-Step Approach and Noreen, Smith and MacKey's The Theory of Constraints and Its Implications for Management Accounting).

Ruhl, J. M. 1995. Activity-based variance analysis. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 38-47. (Summary).

Ruhl, J. M. 1995. Change management: Performance measures, and cost accounting. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 73-79. (Ruhl reviews The Price Waterhouse Change Integration Team's Better Change: Best Practices for Transforming Your Organization and Goldratt's It's Not Luck).

Ruhl, J. M. 1995. Performance measures and reengineering. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 48-53. (Ruhl reviews Kaplan's Measuring Corporate Performance Videos and Hammer's Reengineering the Corporation: A Manifesto for Business Revolution).

Ruhl, J. M. 1995. Review of Handbook for Productivity Measurement and Improvement. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 67-69.

Ruhl, J. M. 1996. Fast focus on TQM: A concise guide to companywide learning and first things first. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 87-91. (Ruhl provides a review of the two books indicated by the title).

Ruhl, J. M. 1996. An introduction to the theory of constraints. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 43-48. (Summary).

Ruhl, R. M. 1996. Applying the theory of constraints to enhance profitability. Chapter F5. Handbook of Cost Management. Warren, Gorham & Lamont: F5-1-F5-41.

Ruhl, J. M. 1996. Activity-based management: Lessons from the ABM battlefield and world class manufacturing: The next decade. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 60-66. (Reviews of Player and Key's 12 ABM case studies and Schonberger's 1996 book with 16 principles for management).

Ruhl, J. M. 1996. Levers of control and when lean enterprises collide. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 62-68. (Reviews of Simon's Levers of Control... and Cooper's When Lean Enterprises Collide).

Ruhl, J. M. 1997. Review of Gokins, G. 1996. Activity-Based Cost Management: Making It Work. Journal of Cost Management (January/February): 46-47.

Ruhl, J. M. 1997. The balanced scorecard and benchmarking videos. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 52-56. (Reviews of Kaplan and Norton's The Balanced Scorecard and three benchmarking videos).

Ruhl, J. M. 1997. The Theory of Constraints within a cost management framework. Journal of Cost Management (November/December): 16-24.

Ruhl, J. M. and B. P. Hartman. 1994. Linkages between organizational goals, strategies, and the budget process. Journal of Accounting Education 12(3): 227-244.

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Ryan, V. 2010. A debt deferred: Revitalized capital markets and forgiving lenders helped overleveraged companies fend off bankruptcy in 2009. Is this the year the bill comes due? CFO (January/February): 22-25 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Breezing through bankruptcy. CFO (June): 21-23 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Lien on me: CFOs eager to fill financing and liquidity gaps are turning to receivables for leverage. CFO (April): 23-26 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Making sense of bank reform: The Dodd-Frank Act is arguably as inscrutable as the institutions and instruments it is supposed to fix. CFO (November): 21-25 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Multiple choice: Flooded with money, capital markets could present CFOs with many answers to the perpetual question of where to get cash. CFO (December): 19-21 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Take control of your bankers: Tired of being at the mercy of their banks, CFOs are working hard to regain the upper hand. CFO (October): 46-52 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Time to get off your cash? Companies are content to sit on their cash hoards, but investors are losing patience. What's a CFO to do? CFO (July/August): 46-53 .

Ryan, V. 2010. Weighing your next move: Rock-bottom interest rates and new regulation call for a reexamination of short-term cash investments. CFO (May): 19-22 .

Ryan, V. 2011. A world of risk: In emerging markets, the clash between politics and profits poses multiple threats. CFO (June): 42-46.

Ryan, V. 2011. Beyond benchmarks: Treasury is far more than a processing center, as companies that can measure its true value are learning. CFO (March): 17-19.

Ryan, V. 2011. Capital crumple zones: Is it time to think about using your capital structure as a buffer against abnormal events? CFO (January/February): 19-23.

Ryan, V. 2011. China's currency conversion: Now that multinationals can trade with Chinese customers and suppliers in renminbi, CFOs have a new option to weight. CFO (July/August): 31-35.

Ryan, V. 2011. Follow the bouncing stock. CFO (November): 21-24.

Ryan, V. 2011. Post-occupied: Tepid demand, thin margins, new regulations, investor caution - and a lingering public-relations problem. No wonder banks are nervous. CFO (December): 38-42.

Ryan, V. 2011. Safeguarding your liquidity: Capital needs are covered and maturities are pushed out. What could possibly go wrong? CFO (September): 19-21.

Ryan, V. 2011. The big fail: Despite the reach of Dodd-Frank, the "too-big-to-fail" dilemma lives on. CFO (April): 50-55.

Ryan, V. 2012. A better way to borrow? Unitranche loans offer the advantages of speed, simplicity, and savings. CFO (June): 20-22.

Ryan, V. 2012. Capital markets: Making M&A safer. CFO (January/February): 17-19.

Ryan, V. 2012. Capital markets: Where to stash the cash? CFO (March): 19-21.

Ryan, V. 2012. Dividends rising. CFO (April): 17-18.

Ryan, V. 2012. Finding life after debt. CFO (July/August): 18-20.

Ryan, V. 2012. Start spreading the news: How can a company tell a compelling story about its stock to the right analysts and investors? CFO (September): 21-22.

Ryan, V. 2012. Strategy: An acquirer's to-do list for 2012. CFO (March): 23-24.

Ryan, V. 2012. The hedge that wasn't: JP Morgan Chase's $2 billion trading miscue is a costly lesson in how not to protect against potential losses. CFO (July/August): 26-27.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bank risk fixes fall short. CFO (September): 15.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bankruptcy fees: Out of control? CFO (June): 21.

Ryan, V. 2013. Basel tweak eases threat to borrowing. CFO (January/February): 10-12.

Ryan, V. 2013. Beware these corporate laggards: Some large U.S. Companies have unusually high days payable outstanding. CFO (October): 26-27.

Ryan, V. 2013. Bernanke's hint jolts junk bonds. CFO (July/August): 10-11.

Ryan, V. 2013. Boards and CFOs diverge on M&A goals. CFO (October): 11.

Ryan, V. 2013. Borrowing without banks: Alternative lenders will provide capital to small and midsize companies when banks won't. CFO (October): 50-53.

Ryan, V. 2013. Checks, cards, and fraud: Check fraud remains prevalent, but attacks on corporate cards are rising, too. CFO (April): 33-34.

Ryan, V. 2013. Crowdfunding for grown-ups. CFO (March): 8-9.

Ryan, V. 2013. Currency risks: Disturbance in the water: After two years of relative stability, the currency markets may be readying for a year of heightened volatility. Will companies be prepared? CFO (December): 27-30.

Ryan, V. 2013. Deregistered and delisted? No worries. CFO (April): 22-23.

Ryan, V. 2013. Do leaks pay? In theory, a seller and a buyer can benefit from prematurely disclosing and M&A deal. But the reality can be disastrous. CFO (May): 22-23.

Ryan, V. 2013. Eyes on the price: Four finance executives reveal how they avoid overpaying for an acquisition. CFO (March): 13-16.

Ryan, V. 2013. Guns and money. GE Capital joins the list of lenders that adhere to a sense of right and wrong when screening borrowers. CFO (June): 20-21.

Ryan, V. 2013. IMF criticizes easy money policies. CFO (May): 33.

Ryan, V. 2013. IPO window rarely closes. CFO (October): 24.

Ryan, V. 2013. Japan easing heightens yen exposures. CFO (May): 32-33.

Ryan, V. 2013. JP Morgan slammed for risk failures. CFO (January/February): 28.

Ryan, V. 2013. More uncertainty = more cash: In a volatile political climate, companies continue to build their cash hoards. CFO (December): 8-9.

Ryan, V. 2013. Raising the bar for leveraged borrowers. CFO (April): 11-12.

Ryan, V. 2013. Restoring balance to bankruptcy. CFO (January/February): 18-19.

Ryan, V. 2013. Selling method: The former CFO of a successful "green" consumer-brand company share what she learned from the company's recent sale. CFO (July/August): 24-25.

Ryan, V. 2013. Share synergies? Yes. Paying a premium for an acquisition's synergies can yield a valuable return, a study finds. CFO (June): 31-32.

Ryan, V. 2013. Shifting alliances: Management and the board of directors may assume that a company's institutional shareholders will be their allies in a fight with an activist investor. They shouldn't. CFO (October): 22-24.

Ryan, V. 2013. Special report. Cash Management: Better than nothing: Tired of little or no return, treasury departments are reaching for yield on their cash balances. Are the risks worth it? CFO (June): 54-57.

Ryan, V. 2013. Spirited away: Tracking operational data more closely led a liquor distributor to employees committing fraud and theft. CFO (July/August): 26-28.

Ryan, V. 2013. Strategic acquirers see ratings fall: Half of the companies that have completed large merger deals since 2000 now have lower credit ratings, says Standard & Poor's. CFO (November): 18-19.

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Ryan, V. 2013. The amazing shrinking treasury: Even after years of pursuing greater efficiency, companies are still finding ways to cut costs and head count in the treasury unit. CFO (November): 19.

Ryan, V. 2013. The bank inside your supply chain: Banking and commerce are supposed to stay separated. But U.S. financial institutions find it more profitable to mix the two. CFO (September): 21-22.

Ryan, V. 2013. The Chinese bank syndrome: Chinese banks have latent credit risks that will rise to the surface as the country's economic growth slows. CFO (October): 10-11.

Ryan, V. 2013. The ROI of doing the right thing: As Sierra Nevada Brewing grows, so does the cost of its sustainability projects. Finance ensures the projected savings are realistic. CFO (July/August): 20-21.

Ryan, V. 2013. The three percent solution: The Basel Committee on banking supervision says its new formula would provide an "extra layer of protection" against bank blowups. CFO (July/August): 25.

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