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Wilbanks, R. M, D. R. Hermanson and V. D. Sharma. 2017. Audit committee oversight of fraud risk: The role of social ties, professional ties, and governance characteristics. Accounting Horizons (September): 21-38.

Wilcox, E. B. 1941. Comments on "An Introduction to Corporate Accounting Standards". The Accounting Review (March): 75-81. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, E. B. 1944. Qualifications for a professional career. The Accounting Review (January): 1-6. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, E. B. 1945. Reappraisal of wartime reserve provisions. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March 1): 651-668.

Wilcox, E. B. 1948. Our mutual objectives. The Accounting Review (January): 3-6. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, J. N. and L. J. LaSaracina. 2017. Tax compliance after M&As. Journal of Accountancy (December): 54-58.

Wilcox, J. W. 1971. A simple theory of financial ratios as predictors of failure. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 389-395. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, J. W. 1973. A prediction of business failure using accounting data. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 163-179. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, J. W. 1973. [Discussion of a prediction of business failure using accounting data]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 188-190. (JSTOR link).

Wilcox, K. A. and C. H. Smith. 1977. Role discrepancies and the auditor-client relationship. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(1): 81-97.

Wilcoxen, J. 1993. Your first controllership. Management Accounting (June): 41-43.

Wild, J. J. 1987. The prediction performance of a structural model of accounting numbers. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 139-160. (JSTOR link).

Wild, J. J. and K. L. Wild. 2011. International Business, 6th edition. Prentice Hall.

Wild, J. J. and S. F. Biggs. 1990. Strategic considerations for unaudited account values in analytical review. The Accounting Review (January): 227-241. (JSTOR link).

Wildavsky, A. 1972. Why planning fails in Nepal. Administrative Science Quarterly 17(4): 508-528. (JSTOR link).

Wildavsky, A. 1973. Reply to Okuda. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(4): 550-552. (JSTOR link).

Wildavsky, A. and A. Hammond. 1965. Comprehensive versus incremental budgeting in the department of agriculture. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(3): 321-346. (JSTOR link).

Wildavsky, A. 1976. Economy and environment/rationality and ritual: A review essay. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(1): 117-129.

Wildavsky, A. 1978. Policy analysis is what information systems are not. Accounting, Organizations and Society 3(1): 77-88.

Wildavsky, A. 1988. Understanding organizational change: OMB and GAO - A review. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(1): 107-109.

Wildavsky, A. 1994. Accounting for the environment. Accounting, Organizations and Society 19(4-5): 461-481.

Wilder, W. M. and M. H. Stocks. 2002. Post-Enron: Stock compensation proposal revisited. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-6 . All of the articles in this issue start on page 1.

Wilder, W. M. and M. H. Stocks. 2004. Are accounting graduates favorably recruited for entry-level management positions? Management Accounting Quarterly (Spring): 21-28.

Wildman, J. R. 1909. Cost accounts. Journal of Accountancy (October): 466-467.

Wildman, J. R. 1911. Cost accounting: Part VI, Chapter XIV. Wage Systems. Journal of Accountancy (April): 422-438.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (January): 58-65.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (February): 144-151.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (March): 224-235.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (April): 295-304.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (June): 436-444.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (July): 58-63.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (August): 133-143.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (September): 226-234.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (October): 327-333.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (November): 407-416.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Department of practical accounting. Journal of Accountancy (December): 494-500.

Wildman, J. R. 1912. Factory costs. Journal of Accountancy (January): 68-70.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 13. Journal of Accountancy (January): 65-71.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 15. Journal of Accountancy (March): 189-197.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 16. Journal of Accountancy (April): 264-272.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 17. Journal of Accountancy (May): 357-364.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 18. Journal of Accountancy (June): 449-458.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 20. Journal of Accountancy (August): 124-131.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 21. Journal of Accountancy (September): 234-244.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 22. Journal of Accountancy (October): 319-326.

Wildman, J. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 23. Journal of Accountancy (November): 375-383.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Department of practical accounting. Problem 24. Journal of Accountancy (December): 461-467.

Wildman, J. R. 1913. Interest on owned capital. Journal of Accountancy (June): 428-431.

Wildman, J. R. 1919. Cost accounting. Journal of Accountancy (April): 318.

Wildman, J. R. 1919. Elements of business. Journal of Accountancy (May): 397-398.

Wildman, J. R. 1919. Library catalogue, American Institute of Accounting. Journal of Accountancy (July): 69-70.

Wildman, J. R. 1919. New modern illustrative bookkeeping. Journal of Accountancy (May): 397.

Wildman, J. R. 1919. Office administration. Journal of Accountancy (June): 478.

Wildman, J. R. 1920. Bonds and the bond market. Journal of Accountancy (December): 465-476.

Wildman, J. R. 1920. Certified financial statements as a basis for credit. Journal of Accountancy (September): 161-168.

Wildman, J. R. 1920. Cost and wage rate book. Journal of Accountancy (December): 476-477.

Wildman, J. R. 1920. Supervising the work of the accounting staff. Journal of Accountancy (October): 245-251.

Wildman, J. R. 1921. Accountants' Index. Journal of Accountancy (July): 73-74. (Wildman provides a review of this bibliography of accounting literature to December 1920 published by the American Institute of Accountants, by L. S. Miltimore, 1,578 pages).

Wildman, J. R. 1922. Principles of accounting. New York University Book Store.

Wildman, J. R. 1922. Training young accountants. Journal of Accountancy (June): 431-437.

Wildman, J. R. 1923. Sinking-fund method for amortizing franchises. Journal of Accountancy (January): 16-21.

Wildman, J. R. 1923. Cost accounting in relation to business cycles. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (July 16): 3-12.

Wildman, J. R. 1926. Early instruction in accounting. The Accounting Review (March): 105-107. (JSTOR link).

Wildman, J. R. 1928. Appreciation from the point of view of the Certified Public Accountant. The Accounting Review (December): 397-406. (JSTOR link).

Wildman, J. R. 1928. Classification of accountancy services. The Accounting Review (June): 124-130. (JSTOR link).

Wildman, J. R., W. S. Krebs, T. H. Sanders, W. J. Goggin, P. Kester, J. J. Reighard, E. J. Filbey, F. H. Elwell, G. S. Cremer and A. J. Barlow. 1926. A research program. The Accounting Review (March): 43-60. (JSTOR link).

Wilds, C. 2017. 4 operations metrics to reduce risk: Most CFOs don't see the true cost of their operations. Failing to monitor the continuous risks in existing operations can significantly impact company earnings. Strategic Finance (October): 28-35.

Wildt, E. H. 1924. Cost accounting in a metal stamping plant. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (June 16): 3-19 .

Wilemon, D. L. and J. P. Cicero. 1970. The project manager - Anomalies and ambiguities. The Academy of Management Journal 13(3): 269-282. (JSTOR link).

Wiley, M. G. and A. Eskilson. 1982. The interaction of sex and power base on perceptions of managerial effectiveness. The Academy of Management Journal 25(3): 671-677. (JSTOR link).

Wiley, R. 1991. Fruehauf Corporation: A casualty of the debt-crazed '80s. Management Accounting (March): 33-35.

Wiley, S. 2017. Addressing a career concern. Journal of Accountancy (February): 18.

Wilhelm, M. F. Jr. 1969. Purchase of lease: That is the question. Management Accounting (July): 43-46.

Wilke, T. J. 2005. The project cost variance analysis model: A project management tool. The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management (Fall): 13-23.

Wilken, P. H. 1971. Size of organizations and member participation in church congregations. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(2): 173-179. (JSTOR link).

Wilkerson, J. E. Jr. 1987. Selecting experimental and comparison samples for use in studies of auditor reporting decisions. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 161-167. (JSTOR link).

Wilkerson, J. E. Jr. 2010. Accounting educators as the accounting profession's trustees: Lessons from a study of peer professions. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 1-13.

Wilkerson, J. E. Jr. 2011. A few reflections on the first course in accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (November): x.

Wilkerson, J. L. 1995. Merit pay-performance reviews: They just don't work! Management Accounting (June): 40-45.

Wilkerson, M. 1999. Healthy savings. Strategic Finance (May): 42-44, 46. (Using on-site occupational health centers to reduce workers' compensation insurance and lost time injuries).

Wilkin, C., J. Campbell, S. Moore and W. Van Grembergen. 2013. Co-creating value from IT in a contracted public sector environment: Perspectives on COBIY and Val IT. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 283-306.

Wilkin, C. L. 2014. Enhancing the AIS curriculum: Integration of a research-led, problem-based learning task. Journal of Accounting Education 32(2): 185-199.

Wilkin, C. L. and R. H. Chenhall. 2010. A review of IT governance: A taxonomy to inform accounting information systems. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 107-146.

Wilkin, C. L., P. K. Couchman, A. Sohal and A. Zutshi. 2016. Exploring differences between smaller and large organizations' corporate governance of information technology. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (22): 6-25.

Wilkins, A. L. and W. G. Ouchi. 1983. Efficient cultures: Exploring the relationship between culture and organizational performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(3): 468-481. (JSTOR link).

Wilkins, A. M. and A. L. Haun. 2014. Reframing the discussion on internal control. The CPA Journal (October): 48-51.

Wilkins, A. M., R. Colvard and J. Lipinski. 2014. Does your company have this document? Strategic Finance (July): 34-39. (Employee code of conduct).

Wilkins, A. M., W. W. Acuff and D. R. Hermanson. 2012. Understanding a Ponzi scheme: Victims' perspectives. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 4(1): 1-19.

Wilkins, E. N. 1967. Forecasting cash flow: Some problems and some applications. Management Accounting (October): 26-30.

Wilkins, L. T. 1961. Management science and research in Great Britain. Management Science (October): 1-12. (JSTOR link).

Wilkins, M. S. 1997. Technical default, auditors' decisions and future financial distress. Accounting Horizons (December): 40-48.

Wilkins, M. S. and M. L. Loudder. 2000. Articulation in cash flow statements: A resource for financial accounting courses. Journal of Accounting Education 18(2): 115-126.

Wilkins, S. C. and P. P. Gupta. 2007. Sustaining SOX 404: A project management approach. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 1-14.

Wilkins, T. and I. Zimmer. 1983. The effect of leasing and different methods of accounting for leases on credit evaluations. The Accounting Review (October): 749-764. (JSTOR link).

Wilkins, T. and I. Zimmer. 1983. The effects of alternative methods of accounting for leases - An experimental study. Abacus 19(1): 64-75.

Wilkinson, A. and R. Kupers. 2013. Living in the futures. Harvard Business Review (May): 118-127.

Wilkinson, B. and N. Oliver. 1989. Power, control and the kanban. Journal of Management Studies 26(1): 47-58.

Wilkinson, B., V. Arnold and S. G. Sutton. 2003. Understanding the socialization strategies of the major accounting firms. Accounting and the Public Interest (3): 58-79.

Wilkinson, D. 2004. The CICA's IT competency model. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 5(2): 245-250.

Wilkinson, F. L. 1922. Accounting for electric-light and power industries. Journal of Accountancy (March): 167-177.

Wilkinson, G. 1907. How to begin an audit. Journal of Accountancy (March): 376-385.

Wilkinson, G. 1908. The advantages of organization to the accountant. Journal of Accountancy (May): 45-56.

Wilkinson, G. 1910. The accounting profession in the United States. Journal of Accountancy (September): 339-347.

Wilkinson, G. D. 1953. The administrative audit. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (September): 16-33.

Wilkinson, J. R. and L. D. Doney. 1965. Extending audit and reporting boundaries. The Accounting Review (October): 753-756. (JSTOR link).

Wilkinson, J. W. 1971. Academic notes: Designing a computer-based information system: An "intermediate" systems course. The Accounting Review (October): 797-799. (JSTOR link).

Wilkinson, J. W. 1975. The meaning of measurements. Management Accounting (July): 49-52.

Wilkinson, T. L. 1964. Can accounting be an international language? The Accounting Review (January): 133-139. (JSTOR link).

Wilks, P. A. 1936. The flexible budget system at Strathmore Paper Company. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (June 1): 1143-1155.

Wilks, P. A. 1944. Contract termination. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (January 1): 451-462.

Wilks, P. A. 1947. Budgets and budgetary control. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May 15): 1138-1148.

Wilks, T. J. 2002. Predecisional distortion of evidence as a consequence of real-time audit review. The Accounting Review (January): 51-71. (JSTOR link).

Wilks, T. J. and M. F. Simbelman. 2004. Using game theory and strategic reasoning concepts to prevent and detect fraud. Accounting Horizons (September): 173-184.

Will, H. J. 1974. Auditing in systems perspective. The Accounting Review (October): 690-706. (JSTOR link).

Willan, A. 2005. Statistical Analysis of Cost-Effectiveness Data. John Wiley & Sons.

Willard, B. 2005. The Next Sustainability Wave: Building Boardroom Buy-in. New Society Publishers.

Willard, B. K. 1968. Integrating project planning with periodic planning and reporting. Management Accounting (November): 34-36.

Willard, B. K. 1969. Cost distribution using infinitely variable averages. Management Accounting (October): 12-15. (Related to joint cost).

Willard, W. C. 1968. Instant banking - A tiger by the tail. Management Accounting (March): 3-8.

Willcocks, L. P. and R. Plant. 2001. Pathways to e-business leadership: Getting from bricks to clicks. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 50-59.

Willekens, M. 2011. Discussion of “Short interest as a signal of audit risk”. Contemporary Accounting Research 28(4): 1298-1303.

Willenborg, M. 1999. Empirical analysis of the economic demand for auditing in the initial public offerings market. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 225-238. (JSTOR link).

Willenborg, M. and J. C. McKeown. 2000. Going-concern initial public offerings. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 279-313.

Willett, R. J. 1991. Transactions theory, stochastic processes and derived accounting measurement. Abacus 27(2): 117-134.

Willette, J. 1961. The case of the frustrated accountant. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 92-93.

Willey, R. W. 1979. In defense of FAS no. 8. Management Accounting (December): 36-40.

Williams, A. 1938. Measured day work or wage incentives? N.A.C.A. Bulletin (September 1): 12-24.

Williams, A. C. and J. I. Nassar. 1966. Financial measurement of capital investments. Management Science (July): 851-864. (JSTOR link).

Williams, A. F. 1930. The problem of the furniture retailer. Harvard Business Review (July): 460-467.

Williams, B. 1972. Morality: An Introduction to Ethics. Cambridge University Press.

Williams, B. R. 1976. Measuring costs: Full absorption cost or direct cost? Management Accounting (January): 23-24, 36.

Williams, C. A. 1925. The human element in material control. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (August 1): 3-10 .

Williams, C. B. 1921. A method of accounting for scrap. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (May): 3-8.

Williams, C. B. 1921. Treatment of costs during periods of varying volumes of production. Journal of Accountancy (November): 333.

Williams, C. B. 1921. Treatment of overhead when production is below normal. Journal of Accountancy (May): 336-342.

Williams, C. B. 1922. Cost control and accounting for textile mills. Journal of Accountancy (June): 471-472.

Williams, C. B. 1923. A method of costing partially completed orders. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (October 15): 3-10.

Williams, C. B. 1923. Production engineering and cost keeping. Journal of Accountancy (January): 68-69.

Williams, C. M. 1971. Small business and EDP. Management Accounting (February): 44-47.

Williams, C. R. and L. P. Livingstone. 1994. Another look at the relationship between performance and voluntary turnover. The Academy of Management Journal 37(2): 269-298. (JSTOR link).

Williams, D. D. and M. W. Dirsmith. 1988. The effects of audit technology on auditor efficiency: Auditing and the timeliness of client earnings announcements. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(5): 487-508.

Williams, D. J. 1986. Shareholder bonding in financial mutuals: An exploratory study of the relative effects of altruism and agency. Accounting, Organizations and Society 11(3): 271-286.

Williams, D. J. and J. O. S. Kennedy. 1983. A unique procedure for allocating joint costs from a production process? Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 644-645. (JSTOR link).

Williams, D. Z. 1966. A seminar on the teaching of accounting. The Accounting Review (July): 542-549. (JSTOR link). (Williams provides a list of readings for a seminar on teaching).

Williams, D. Z. 1966. Reporting loss carryovers in financial statements. The Accounting Review (April): 226-234. (JSTOR link).

Williams, D. Z. 1969. A profile of CPA candidates. The Accounting Review (January): 153-164. (JSTOR link).

Williams, D. Z. 1984. Schools of accounting: Anatomy of a movement. Issues in Accounting Education: 13-32.

Williams, D. Z. 1991. The challenge of change in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 126-133.

Williams, D. Z. 1992. Grants awarded to two-year colleges for implementation improvements in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 241-248.

Williams, D. Z. 1993. Accounting Education Change Commission - The importance of two-year colleges for accounting education: Issues statement No. three. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 191.

Williams, D. Z. 1996. Implementing change in accounting education. Journal of Accounting Education 14(2): 199-205.

Williams, D. Z. 2011. A half century of close encounters with the first course in accounting. Issues in Accounting Education (November): 759-776.

Williams, D. Z. and G. L. Sundem. 1990. Grants awarded for implementation improvements in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 313-329.

Williams, D. Z. and G. L. Sundem. 1991. Additional grants awarded for implementation improvements in accounting education. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 315-330.

Williams, D. Z. and S. Adams. 1968. Computer technology and organizational change. Management Accounting (September): 44-48.

Williams, D. Z. and S. Matzke. 2012. The Accounting Doctoral Scholars program: A status report. Journal of Accountancy (October): 46-48.

Williams, E. A. 1954. Income reporting and price re-determination. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (June): 1278-1283.

Williams, E. E. and M. C. Findlay III. 1980. Beyond neoclassical economic theory as a foundation for financial accounting. Abacus 16(2): 133-141.

Williams, E. E. and M. C. Findlay III. 1983. Is Common stock obsolete? Abacus 19(1): 39-55.

Williams, F. M. 1918. Bulletin No. 10, Harvard Bureau of Business Research. Journal of Accountancy (July): 73-77.

Williams, G. and T. J. Phillips Jr. 1994. Cleaning up our act: Accounting for environmental liabilities. Management Accounting (February): 30-33.

Williams, G. A. and R. B. Miller. 2002. Change the way you persuade. Harvard Business Review (May): 65-73. (Five styles of decision making and the ways to influence each: Charismatics, thinkers, skeptics, followers, and controllers).

Williams, H. D. 1912. Trust company audits and examinations. Journal of Accountancy (September): 211-216.

Williams, H. D. 1912. Trust company audits and examinations (continued). Journal of Accountancy (October): 304-309.

Williams, H. D. 1912. Trust company audits and examinations. Journal of Accountancy (November): 389-400.

Williams, H. D. 1912. Trust company audits and examinations. Journal of Accountancy (December): 446-465.

Williams, H. J. 1985. Job order cost accounting information systems. Journal of Small Business Management (April): 17.

Williams, H. M. 1979. Financial reporting in a changing economic environment. Management Accounting (September): 11-15, 36.

Williams, H. O. 1954. A hosiery mill compiles "direct" & "full" costs. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (October): 251-259.

Williams, J. C. 2014. Hacking tech's diversity problem. Harvard Business Review (October): 94-100.

Williams, J. C. 2015. The 5 biases pushing women out of STEM: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 22-23.

Williams, J. C. and A. J. C. Cuddy. 2012. Will working mothers take your company to court? Harvard Business Review (September): 94-100.

Williams, J. I., P. J. Korb, J. N. Sigler and T. E. Vermeer. 2009. How deductions, credits, and other benefits impact the actual marginal rate. The CPA Journal (June): 44-46.

Williams, J. J. 1978. A new perspective on the evolution of double-entry bookkeeping. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 29-39. (JSTOR link).

Williams, J. J. 1981. Zero-base budgeting: Prospects for developing a semi-confusing budgeting information system. Accounting, Organizations and Society 6(2): 153-164.

Williams, J. J. and A. E. Seaman. 2001. Predicting change in management accounting systems: National culture and industry effects. Accounting, Organizations and Society 26(4-5): 443-460. (Summary).

Williams, J. J. and A. E. Seaman. 2002. Management accounting systems change and departmental performance: The influence of managerial information and task uncertainty. Management Accounting Research (December): 419-445.

Williams, J. J. and C. R. Hinings. 1988. A note on matching control system implications with organizational characteristics: ZBB and MBO revisited. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(2): 191-198.

Williams, J. J., J. D. Newton and E. A. Morgan. 1985. The integration of zero-base budgeting with management-by-objectives: An empirical inquiry. Accounting, Organizations and Society 10(4): 457-476.

Williams, J. J., N. B. Macintosh and J. C. Moore. 1990. Budget-related behavior in public sector organizations: Some empirical evidence. Accounting, Organizations and Society 15(3): 221-246.

Williams, J. R. 1972. Time and use depreciation. Management Accounting (January): 28-30.

Williams, J. R. 1983. The accounting lyceum of the Federation of Schools of Accountancy. Journal of Accounting Education 1(1): 141-144.

Williams, J. R. 1990. Curriculum innovation and 150-hour legislation: Friends or Foes? Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 1-6.

Williams, J. R. 1996. Implications of 150-hour certification requirements for academic accounting programs. Journal of Accounting Education 14(2): 237-244.

Williams, J. R., H. Herring, M. Tiller and J. Scheiner. 1988. A Framework for the Development of Accounting Education Research. Accounting Education Series (9). American Accounting Association.

Williams, J. W. 2013. Regulatory technologies, risky subjects, and financial boundaries: Governing 'fraud' in the financial markets. Accounting, Organizations and Society 38(6-7): 544-558.

Williams, J. W. 2014. Surveying the field of forensic accounting in Canada. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting 6(3): 27-47.

Williams, K. 1973. Multifab: It can't afford to fail. Management Accounting (April): 51-53.

Williams, K. 1983. Houston '83: Challenges for management accountants. Management Accounting (March): 61.

Williams, K. 1984. Fellowship program bridges FASB-industry gap. Management Accounting (June): 68-71.

Williams, K. 1985. Accountants must clean up their act: Rep. John Dingell speaks out. Management Accounting (May): 21-23, 53-56.

Williams, K. 1985. Ed Hennessy reshapes Allied. Management Accounting (January): 18-25.

Williams, K. 1985. GAO: Uncle Sam's auditor. Management Accounting (April): 22-30.

Williams, K. 1985. George E. Smith: Let ethics guide your decisions. Management Accounting (February): 18-22.

Williams, K. 1985. Powerhouse CEO. Management Accounting (August): 22-27, 67.

Williams, K. 1986. Chairman Don Kirk leaves FASB stronger. 1986. Management Accounting (November): 20-25, 72.

Williams, K. 1986. Charles T. Horngren: Management accounting's renaissance man. Management Accounting (January): 22-29.

Williams, K. 1986. Congressman DioGuardi: The U. S. government needs a chief financial officer. Management Accounting (August): 22-25, 65.

Williams, K. 1986. Dennis R. Beresford: New FASB chairman. Management Accounting (December): 18-21.

Williams, K. 1986. Robert N. Anthony: Creating an accounting framework. Management Accounting (May): 22-26, 76-77.

Williams, K. 1986. The magic of 3M: Management accounting excellence. Management Accounting (February): 20-27.

Williams, K. 1988. A novel approach to accounting: The case of the purloined pagoda. Management Accounting (December): 19-23. (Discussion of various novels including Goldratt's The Goal and Grumbley's The Ultimate Ripoff and Accosting the Golden Spire).

Williams, K. 1989. CAM-I: On the leading edge. Management Accounting (June): 18-21.

Williams, K. 1989. Health: Your most important asset. Management Accounting (January): 48-49.

Williams, K. 1998. Are you prepared for the euro? Management Accounting (May): 58-60, 62.

Williams, K. 2002. Tom D'Angelo:'s Mr. inside. Strategic Finance (July): 22-27, 67.

Williams, K. 2003. Kim R. Wallin: Rekindling IMA's spirit. Strategic Finance (August): 24-28. (IMA Chair for 2003-2004).

Williams, K. 2004. Larry R. White: Let's reinvigorate management accounting. Strategic Finance (August): 20-24. (IMA chair for 2004-05 says too much emphasis is being placed on financial accounting).

Williams, K. 2005. Carl S. Smith: Elevating the IMA. Strategic Finance (August): 22-26. (IMA's new Chair).

Williams, K. 2006. William L. Brower, Jr.: Management accounting advocate. Strategic Finance (August): 28-31. (New IMA Chair).

Williams, K. 2007. John B. Pollara: IMA champion. Strategic Finance (August): 22-25. (New IMA Chair).

Williams, K. 2008. Frederick E. Schea: Making a difference. Strategic Finance (August): 24-27, 51.

Williams, K. 2010. Sandra B. Richtermeyer: Accounting profession advocate. Strategic Finance (August): 30-34.

Williams, K. 2011. Brian L. McGuire: Teaming for success. Strategic Finance (August): 30-34.

Williams, K. 2012. John Macaulay: Leading innovation. Strategic Finance (August): 37-41.

Williams, K. 2016. Earnest A. Huband. Became CMA at age 57 and CFM at age 62. Strategic Finance (February): 12.

Williams, K. 2017. Share your IMA life. Strategic Finance (September): 13.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1994. Charles B. Wang: Accounting software leader. Management Accounting (June): 31-35.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1994. Collier-Jackson shifts its vision. Management Accounting (October): 22, 24-26.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. CDI: A new era of financial control. Management Accounting (December): 50-53.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Cogent: On the wings of ideas. Management Accounting (November): 57-60.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Computron: Workflow cool. Management Accounting (October): 56-60.

Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1995. Comshare: Expanding the third dimension. Management Accounting (September): 59-63.

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Williams, K. and J. Hart. 1996. Inside implementation. Management Accounting (April): 50-52. (Software).

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