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Iansiti, M. and K. R. Lakhani. 2017. Managing our hub economy: Strategy, ethics, and network competition in the age of digital superpowers. Harvard Business Review (September/October): 84-92.

Iatridis, G. and A. I. Dimitras. 2013. Financial crisis and accounting quality: Evidence from five European countries. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 29(1): 154-160.

ICAEW Financial Reporting Faculty. 2010. Business Models In Accounting: The Theory of The Firm and Financial Reporting: Information for Better Markets Initiative. ICAEW. (PDF download available - ICAEW Link).

Ichimura, S. and H. Wang. 2003. Interregional Input-Output Analysis of the Chinese Economy (Econometrics in the Information Age: Theory and Practice of Measurement, 2). World Scientific Publications Company Inc.

Ignatius, A. 2017. The new reality of business. Harvard Business Review (November/December): 10.

Ignatius, A. 2017. The truth about globalization. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 10.

Ijiri, Y. 1967. The Foundations of Accounting Measurement: A Mathematical, Economic, and Behavioral Inquiry. Prentice-Hall, Inc. Review by T. R. Dyckman. (JSTOR link).

Imhoff, E. A. Jr. and J. K. Thomas. 1988. Economic consequences of accounting standards: The lease disclosure rule change. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 277-310.

Immelt, J. R. 2012. The CEO of General Electric on sparking an American manufacturing renewal. Harvard Business Review (March): 43-46.

Ingram, P. and T. Simons. 2000. State formation, ideological competition, and the ecology of Israeli workers' cooperatives, 1920-1992. Administrative Science Quarterly 45(1): 25-53. (JSTOR link).

Ivanov, S. 2015. The rise (and likely fall) of the talent economy. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 19.

Ivins, M. and L. Dubose. 2003. Bushwhacked: Life in George W. Bush's America. Random House.

Izard, F. C. 1965. Economic data for management. N.A.A. Bulletin (May): 21-22.

Jackson, D. 2000. The New National Accounts. Edward Elgar.

Jamal, K. and S. Sunder. 2014. Monopoly versus competition in setting accounting standards. Abacus 50(4): 369-385.

Jappe, K. W. 1931. The business outlook. N.A.C.A Bulletin Section II (December 15).

Jaruga, A. and S. S. M. Ho. 2002. Management accounting in transitional economies. Management Accounting Research (December): 375-378.

Jegers, M. 2008. Managerial Economics of Non-Profit Organizations. Routledge.

Jensen, M. C. 1976. Theory of the Firm: Managerial Behavior, Agency costs and Ownership Structure. Center For Research in Government Policy & Business, Graduate School of Management, University of Rochester.

Jensen, M. C. and W. H. Meckling. 1976. Theory of the firm: Managerial behavior, agency costs and ownership structure. Journal of Financial Economics (October): 305-360.

Jensen, R. E. 1976. Phantasmagoric Accounting: Research and Analysis of Economic, Social and Environmental Impact of Corporate Business. American Accounting Association.

Joerres, J. 2016. Globalization, robots, and the future of work: An interview with Jeffrey Joerres, former CEO and chairman of ManpowerGroup. Harvard Business Review (October): 74-79.

Johnson, A. H. 1926. Functions of municipal government which affect business and industry. Harvard Business Review (October): 27-40.

Johnson, A. H. 1927. Functions of municipal government which affect business and industry. Harvard Business Review (January): 175-185.

Johnson, J. F. 1908. Schemes for currency reform. Journal of Accountancy (January): 224-235.

Johnson, J. F. 1910. The currency and banking problem. Journal of Accountancy (August): 289-291.

Johnson, M. F. 1999. Business cycles and the relation between security returns and earnings. Review of Accounting Studies 4(2): 93-117.

Johnson, M. W. and J. Suskewicz. 2009. How to jump-start the clean tech economy. Harvard Business Review (November): 52-60.

Johnson, O. and S. Gunn. 1974. Conflict resolution: The market and/or accounting? The Accounting Review (October): 649-663. (JSTOR link).

Jones, F. D. 1925. Trade statistics and public policy. Harvard Business Review (July): 394-403.

Jonish, J. E. and R. G. Worthley. 1973. Cyclical behavior of unemployment and the help wanted index: A cross spectral analysis. Decision Sciences 4(3): 350-363.

Journal of Accountancy. 1906. Industrial America. Journal of Accountancy (December): 165-171.

Journal of Accountancy. 1908. Accountancy and economics. Journal of Accountancy (June): 140.

Journal of Accountancy. 1908. Census statistics of cities. Journal of Accountancy (April): 484-485.

Journal of Accountancy. 1908. The Cotton Mills of South Carolina. Journal of Accountancy (July): 215-216.

Journal of Accountancy. 1908. The economic policy of Robert Walpole. Journal of Accountancy (November): 70-71.

Journal of Accountancy. 1910. Text of the federal incorporation bill. Journal of Accountancy (February): 286-299.

Journal of Accountancy. 1910. The new federal incorporation bill. Journal of Accountancy (February): 279-284.

Journal of Accountancy. 1911. Big business and monopoly. Journal of Accountancy (December): 609-612.

Journal of Accountancy. 1914. Daily statement of the United States Treasury at close of business June 30, 1914. Journal of Accountancy (October): 292-293.

Journal of Accountancy. 1914. Statement of the United States Treasury at close of business June 30, 1913. Journal of Accountancy (October): 294-295.

Journal of Accountancy. 1915. Interstate Commerce Commission's Uniform System of Accounts for Class "C" Telephone Companies - Objections as Set Forth in the Brief Submitted By The Wisconsin Railroad Commission. Journal of Accountancy (May): 398-401.

Journal of Accountancy. 2016. Largest percentage changes in corporate pretax profits by sector, 2012-2013. Journal of Accountancy (September): 84.

Kalkanci, B., Y. Chen and F. Erhun. 2011. Contract complexity and performance under asymmetric demand information: An experimental evaluation. Management Science (April): 689-704.

Kane, G. C. 2016. Crowd-based capitalism? Empowering entrepreneurs in the sharing economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 127-133.

Kanter, R. M. 2012. Enriching the ecosystem: A four-point plan linking innovation, enterprises, and jobs. Harvard Business Review (March): 140-147.

Karim, M. A., S. Sarkar and S. Zhang. 2016. Earnings management surrounding M&A: Role of economic development and investory protection. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting (35): 207-215.

Karr, H. W. and M. A. Geisler. 1956. A fruitful application of static marginal analysis. Management Science (July): 313-326. (JSTOR link).

Kay, E. and W. Lewenstein. 2013. The problem with the "poverty premium. Harvard Business Review (April): 21-23.

Kefalas, A. and P. P. Schoderbek. 1973. Application and implementation: Scanning the business environment - Some empirical results. Decision Sciences 4(1): 63-74.

Kehoe, J. 2016. Can capitalism be redeemed? Harvard Business Review (July/August): 128-129. (Books).

Keith, E. G. 1943. Excess-profits taxation and profit limitation. The Accounting Review (April): 103-110. (JSTOR link).

Kelley, A. C. 1936. In defense of the accountant. The Accounting Review (March): 63-65. (JSTOR link).

Kelley, A. C. 1951. Can corporate incomes be scientifically ascertained? The Accounting Review (July): 289-298. (JSTOR link).

Kempster, J. H. 1949. Break-even analysis - Common ground for the economist and the cost accountant. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (February 15): 711-720.

Kempster, J. H. 1965. Marginal cost and income accounting - Some perennial problems. N.A.A. Bulletin (March): 21-30.

Kershaw, R. 2004. Measuring performance during economic slowdowns. Cost Management (September/October): 31-37.

Kersnar, J. 2010. Is a trade war at hand? Recent moves on Capital Hill may force CFOs to carefully consider what will help them versus hurt them. CFO (November): 31-33 . (Most of the attention is on China).

Keynes, J. M. 1936. General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. Palgrave Macmillan.

Keynes, J. 1989. General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. Harvest Books. (Reprint).

Khandwalla, P. N. 1972. The effect of different types of competition on the use of management controls. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 275-285. (JSTOR link).

Khanna, T. 2007. China + India: The power of two. Harvard Business Review (December): 60-69.

Khanna, T. and K. Palepu. 2000. The future of business groups in emerging markets: Long-run evidence from Chile. The Academy of Management Journal 43(3): 268-285. (JSTOR link).

Khosla, S. 2015. How to Prevent Recession: Using Ancient Wisdom and Management Ideas. PartridgeSingapore.

Kilbridge, M. and L. Wester. 1966. An economic model for the division of labor. Management Science (February): B255-B269. (JSTOR link).

Kim, I. 1989. Microeconomic approach to quality cost control. Journal of Cost Management (Fall):11-16.

Kim, L. and Y. Lim. 1988. Environment, generic strategies, and performance in a rapidly developing country: A taxonomic approach. The Academy of Management Journal 31(4): 802-827. (JSTOR link).

Kim, M. and G. Moore. 1988. Economic vs. accounting depreciation. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April): 111-125.

King, A. A. and M. J. Lenox. 2000. Industry self-regulation without sanctions: The chemical industry's responsible care program. The Academy of Management Journal 43(4): 698-716. (JSTOR link).

King, M. E. 2016. From financial capitalism to sustainable capitalism. The CPA Journal (June): 40-45.

King, R. R. 1996. Reputation formation for reliable reporting: An experimental investigation. The Accounting Review (July): 375-396. (JSTOR link).

Kircher, P. 1953. Accounting entries and national accounts. The Accounting Review (April): 191-199. (JSTOR link).

Kircher, P. 1961. Translator's note on "Mathematical methods in economics". Management Science (July): 335-336. (JSTOR link).

Klein, J. 1922. The future of American export trade. Harvard Business Review (October): 24-30.

Klein, R. B. 1972. Inter-country purchasing power index numbers. Management Accounting (August): 28-32.

Klepper, S. and S. Sleeper. 2005. Entry by spinoffs. Management Science (August): 1291-1306. (JSTOR link).

Knapp, J. G. 1926. The California Farm Bureau Exchange. Harvard Business Review (July): 445-457.

Kochan, T. A. 2012. A jobs compact for America's future. Harvard Business Review (March): 64-72.

Kohler, E. L. 1952. Accounting concepts and national income. The Accounting Review (January): 50-56. (JSTOR link).

Kohler, E. L. 1953. The 1952 Report of the Committee on National Income. The Accounting Review (April): 178. (JSTOR link).

Kohli, R. and R. Sah. 2006. Research note: Some empirical regularities in market shares. Management Science (November): 1792-1798. (JSTOR link).

Konchitchki, Y. and P. Patatoukas. 2014. Accounting earnings and gross domestic product. Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 76-88.

Koot, R. S. and D. A. Walker. 1972. A reconsideration of the 'great ratios' of economics. Decision Sciences 3(3): 115-123.

Kothari, S. P. and R. Lester. 2012. The role of accounting in the financial crisis: Lessons for the future. Accounting Horizons (June): 335-351.

Krackhardt, D. 1995. Review: WANTED: A good network theory of organization. Reviewed work: Structural Holes: The Social Structure of Competition. by Ronald S. Burt. Administrative Science Quarterly 40(2): 350-354. (JSTOR link).

Kranacher, M. 2011.Deficit reduction versus job creation: A delicate balancing act. The CPA Journal (October): 80.

Kranacher, M. 2012. Revisiting the Dodd-Frank Act and the challenges of regulation: An interview with former U.S. senator Christopher J. Dodd. The CPA Journal (September): 16-20.

Kraten, M. 2013. Why Libor manipulation matters. The CPA Journal (September): 6-10. (London Interbank Offered Rate scandal).

Krawcheck, S. 2012. Four ways to fix banks. Harvard Business Review (June): 106-111.

Kremer, M., B. Moritz and E. Siemsen. 2011. Demand forecasting behavior: System neglect and change detection. Management Science (October): 1827-1843.

Krishnan, K. S. and S. K. Gupta. 1967. Mathematical model for a duopolistic market. Management Science (March): 568-583. (JSTOR link).

Krugman, P. 2003. The Great Unraveling: Losing Our Way in the New Century. W. W. Norton.

Krugman, P. 2009. The Return of Depression Economics and The Crisis of 2008. W. W. Norton & Company.

Krueger, E. W. 1933. An outline of the practical application to industry of the proposed National Industrial Recovery Act. N.A.C.A Bulletin (June 15): 1465-1476.

Kuczynski, R. R. 1923. The real significance of recent German stock exchange quotations and dividends. Harvard Business Review (October): 23-27.

Kurtzman, J. 2002. How the Markets Really Work. Crown Publishers.

Kurtzman, J., G. Yago and T. Phumiwasana. 2004. The global cost of opacity. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 38-40. (Opacity - The degree to which countries lack clear, accurate, easily discernible and widely accepted practices governing the relationships among businesses, investors and governments that form the basis of most small scale high frequency risks, e.g., fraudulent transactions, bribery, legal and regulatory complexity, and unenforceable contracts. An opacity index is developed for each country that indicates how much more or less return an investor needs to receive to invest in that country).

Laessig, R. E., E. R. Glaser and P. F. Ricci. 1975. A retrospective study on the influence of a state park-lake on land value, from the time of land acquisition to reservoir filling. Decision Sciences 6(4): 775-785.

Lafrentz, F. W. 1906. Economic aspects of accounting and auditing. Journal of Accountancy (April): 479-486.

Lamden, C. W. 1943. The place of accounting in price control. The Accounting Review (January): 26-34. (JSTOR link).

Lamoreaux, M. G. 2009. Economic outlook remains uncertain. Journal of Accountancy (May): 22-26.

Lamoreaux, M. G. 2009. Preparing for the next opportunity. Journal of Accountancy (November): 28-32.

Landes, D. S. 1999. The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some are So Rich and Some are So Poor. New York: W. W. Norton & Company. (For a review of this book, see Warsh, D. 1998. What drives the wealth of nations? Harvard Business Review (July-August): 171-175. Answer: Inner values, beliefs and attitudes = Culture. This book provides a global history and analysis of economic development with emphasis on the cultures of nations. The following quote from Landes makes the point. "If we learn anything from the history of economic development, it is that culture makes all the difference.").

Lang, M. and E. Sul. 2014. Linking industry concentration to proprietary costs and disclosure: Challenges and opportunities. Journal of Accounting and Economics (November-December): 265-274.

Lansberg, A. W. 1952. Fifteen months with price controls. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (April): 921-931.

Largay, J. A. III. 1973. Microeconomic foundations of variable costing. The Accounting Review (January): 115-119. (JSTOR link).

Larwood, L., M. Kavanagh and R. Levine. 1978. Perceptions of fairness with three alternative economic exchanges. The Academy of Management Journal 21(1): 69-83. (JSTOR link).

LaValle, I. H. and A. Rappaport. 1968. On the economics of acquiring information of imperfect reliability. The Accounting Review (April): 225-230. (JSTOR link).

Lawrence, R. Z. and L. Edwards. 2012. Shattering the myths about U.S. trade policy: Stop blaming China and India. A more active trade policy can lead to a stronger U.S. economy. Harvard Business Review (March): 149-153. (Myth 1: America's open trade policy is the main cause of job losses, especially in manufacturing. Myth 2: U.S. living standards are falling and wage inequality is rising because developing countries compete with the U.S. in its export markets on cost. Myth 3: The rapid growth of emerging markets like China and India is the most important reason for the higher oil prices that hurt Americans).

Lawson, G. H. 1997. Aspects of the Economic Implications of Accounting. Garland Publishing.

Lawton, W. H. 1908. The new classification of electrical railway expenses. Journal of Accountancy (June): 114-122.

Lazenby, C. D. 1927. The economic accounting approach. The Accounting Review (December): 397-408. (JSTOR link).

Lazonick, W. 2014. Profits without prosperity. Stock buybacks manipulate the market and leave most Americans worse off. Harvard Business Review (September): 46-55. (Shows how productivity and wages have parted ways).

Le Master, E. 1922. Economics and the accountant. Journal of Accountancy (August): 100-105.

Lee, M. A. 1933. Production control as a remedy for the depression. N.A.C.A Bulletin (October 1): 167-173.

Leftwich, R. 1990. Aggregation of test statistics: Statistics vs. economics. Journal of Accounting and Economics (January): 37-44.

Lemert, C. C. 1998. Social Theory: The Multicultural and Classic Readings. Westview Press.

Lenin, V. I. 1987. Essential Works of Lenin: "What Is to Be Done?" and Other Writings

Lenox, M. J., S. F. Rockart and A. Y. Lewin. 2006. Interdependency, competition, and the distribution of firm and industry profits. Management Science (May): 757-772. (JSTOR link).

Lerner, J. and W. Sahlman. 2012. Reviving entrepreneurship: Policy decisions in 12 areas could nurture - or cripple - America's greatest asset. Harvard Business Review (March): 116-119.

Leuz, C. and R. E. Verrecchia. 2000. The economic consequences of increased disclosure. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Accounting Information and the Economics of the Firm): 91-124. (JSTOR link).

Levitt, S. D. and S. J. Dubner. 2005. Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. William Morrow.

Lewis, M. 2010. Liar's Poker. W. W. Norton & Company.

Lewis, M. 2010. The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine. W. W. Norton & Company.

Lewis, W. W. 2004. The Power of Productivity: Wealth, Poverty, and the Threat to Global Stability. University of Chicago Press.

Lindsey, B. 2001. Against the Dead Hand: The Uncertain Struggle for Global Capitalism. John Wiley & Sons.

Little, I. M. D. 1950. A Critique of Welfare Economics. Oxford University Press.

Littleton, A. C. 1933. Socialized accounts. The Accounting Review (December): 267-271. (JSTOR link).

Liu, Y. and R. K. Tyagi. 2011. The benefits of competitive upward channel decentralization. Management Science (April): 741-751.

Lo, K. 2003. Economic consequences of regulated changes in disclosure: The case of executive compensation. Journal of Accounting and Economics (August): 285-314.

Lobo, G. J., L. Paugam, H. Stolowy and P. Astolfi. 2017. The effect of business and financial market cycles on credit ratings: Evidence from the last two decades. Abacus 53(1): 59-93.

Locke, J. 1952. The Second Treatise of Government. Peardon, T. P. Editor. Bobbs-Merrill.

Lodge, G. C. 1991. Perestroika for America: Restructuring U.S. Business-Government Relations for Competitiveness in the World Economy. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Loh, A. L. C. and T. H. Tan. 2002. Asset write-offs - Managerial incentives and macroeconomic factors. Abacus 38(1): 134-151.

Lomborg, B. 2004. Global Crises, Global Solutions. Cambridge University Press.

Lough, W. H. Jr. 1906. The United States in the twentieth century. Journal of Accountancy (April): 509-510.

Lovins, A. B., L. H. Lovins and P. Hawken. 1999. A road map for natural capitalism. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 145-158. (A new approach where the natural capital of the ecosystem is properly valued. Where business practices shift: 1) to dramatically increase the productivity of natural resources, 2) to biologically inspired production models, 3) to solutions based business models, and 4) to reinvest in the natural capital).

Lovins, A. B., L. H. Lovins and P. Hawken. 2007. A road map for natural capitalism. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 172-183. (Reprint of their 1999 article).

Lucas, M. R. 2003. Pricing decisions and the neoclassical theory of the firm. Management Accounting Research (September): 201-217.

Lucas, W. H. 1965. Imputed cost for decision making. Management Accounting (November): 18.

Lundholm, R. J. 1991. What affects the efficiency of a market? Some answers from the laboratory. The Accounting Review (July): 486-515. (JSTOR link).

Mackey, J. and R. Sisodia. 2013. The kind of capitalist you want to be. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 34. (Conscious capitalism - Recognizing that all businesses operate in a broader system with interdependencies).

Macneil, I. R. 1986. Exchange revisited: Individual utility and social solidarity. Ethics (April): 567-593.

Macpherson, C. B. Editor. 1978. Property: Mainstream and Critical Positions. University of Toronto Press.

Madura, J. 2005. International Financial Management (with Xtra!, World Map, and InfoTrac ). South-Western.

Maines, L. A., G. L. Solamon and G. B. Sprinkle 2006. An information economics perspective on experimental research in accounting. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 85-102.

Malone, T. W., R. J. Laubacher and T. Johns. 2011. The age of hyper specialization. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 56-65.

Manes, N. P. 1964. The grant-in-aid system for interstate highway construction: An accounting or economic problem? The Accounting Review (July): 631-638. (JSTOR link).

Manes, R. P. 1983. Demand elasticities: Supplements to sales budget variance reports. The Accounting Review (January): 143-156. (JSTOR link).

Margavio, G. W. 1993. The savings and loan debacle: The culmination of three decades of conflicting regulation, deregulation, and re-regulation. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 1-32. (JSTOR link).

Markham, S. E. and G. H. McKee. 1991. Declining organizational size and increasing unemployment rates: Predicting employee absenteeism from within- and between-plant perspectives. The Academy of Management Journal 34(4): 952-965. (JSTOR link).

Marks, B. R. and K. K. Raman. 1988. The effect of unfunded accumulated and projected pension obligations on governmental borrowing costs. Contemporary Accounting Research 4(2): 595-608.

Marple, R. P. 1963. Value-itis. The Accounting Review (July): 478-482. (JSTOR link).

Martin, J. R. Not dated. ASCE report cards for America's infrastructure. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Chapter 11: Conventional Linear Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis. Management Accounting: Concepts, Techniques & Controversial Issues. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Russell Ackoff: What is a system? Videos. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. The Beer Game. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. What are economies of scale? Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. World Competitiveness Reports. Management And Accounting Web.

Martin, J. R. 1976. An Empirical Investigation into the Nature, Strength and Significance of the Relationship between Market Structure and Corporate Accounting and Discretionary Expenditure Strategy. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alabama.

Martin, J. R. 1979. Tracing the effects of inflation and productivity with input-output accounting. Economic Planning (November-December): 3-7.

Martin, J. R. 1981. Segment planning and reporting for firms with reciprocal intersegment transfers Business Economics (May): 25-29.

Martin, J. R. 1984. Market structure and corporate accounting strategy. The American Economist (Spring): 34-43. (JSTOR Link).

Martin, J. R. and V. Martin. 1982. How to bring down the high price of unemployment costs. Perspective (September): 36-38.

Martin, J. R. and V. Martin. 1984. Controlling unemployment costs. Association Management (May): 129-133.

Martin, R. 2010. The age of customer capitalism. Harvard Business Review (January-February): 58-65.

Martin, R. 2014. The rise (and likely fall) of the talent economy. How to rein in the dynamic that enriches executives and financiers - at everyone else's expense. Harvard Business Review (October): 40-47.

Martinez-de-Albeniz, V. and K. Talluri. 2011. Dynamic price competition with fixed capacities. Management Science (June): 1078-1093.

Marx, K. and F. Engels. 2002. The Communist Manifesto. Penguin USA.

Marx, K. and F. Engels. 2008. The Communist Manifesto. Forgotten Books. (First published in 1848. Link).

Mason, P. 1947. Accounting during inflation and deflation. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (April 1): 933-940.

Mattessich, R. 1956. The constellation of accountancy and economics. The Accounting Review (October): 551-564. (JSTOR link).

Matthews, J. 1978. Accounting, business and the economy: Undue influence and dysfunctional attitudes. Abacus 14(2): 145-153.

Matzler, K., V. Veider and W. Kathan. 2015. Adapting to the sharing economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-77.

May, R. C., W. H. Stewart, Jr. and R. Sweo. 2000. Environmental scanning behavior in a transitional economy: Evidence from Russia. The Academy of Management Journal 43(3): 403-427. (JSTOR link).

Mayer, K. M. 1964. Accountants and economists must join forces. N.A.A. Bulletin (April): 18.

Mayes, T. R. and T. M. Shank. 2004. Financial Analysis With Microsoft Excel, 3e. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Maynard, G. P. 1952. Business income and national income: A contrast of concepts. The Accounting Review (April): 189-194. (JSTOR link).

Maynard, G. P. 1953. Modifications of accounting data in national-income estimation. The Accounting Review (April): 199-210. (JSTOR link).

Mayo, R. P. 1972. Economic expansion in 1972. Management Accounting (May): 11-13.

Mazur, E. and J. Montoro. 2011. Intergovernmental financial dependency: Why it matters. Journal of Accountancy (October): 48-55. (Discussion of the GAO Fiscal year 2010 Financial Report of the United States Government. GAO U.S. Government Accountability Office Link).

McBride, S., J. Wiseman and J. R. Wiseman. 2000. Globalization and Its Discontents. Palgrave MacMillan.

McCallum, J. E. 1929. Incidental powers of national banks: A recent extension. Harvard Business Review (July): 461-466.

McCloskey, D. N. 1986. The Rhetoric of Economics. The University of Wisconsin Press.

McCollum, P. 1966. Economics of consignment buying. Management Accounting (October): 16-18.

McConnell, C., S. Brue and S. Flynn. 2008. Economics, 18th edition, McGraw-Hill.

McCullers, L. D. and R. P. VanDaniker. 1972. Socio-economics and accounting education. The Accounting Review (July): 604-606. (JSTOR link).

McDonald, C. 2012. Banks behaving badly: Scandals have tarnished the reputation of banks to the point where some experts are calling their viability into question. CFO (September): 29-30.

McFarland, W. B. 1940. The economics of business costs. The Accounting Review (June): 196-204. (JSTOR link).

McLawhon, A. 1959. Profits and the economics of credit sales. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 25-39.

McMahon, G. 2011. Mark-to-market's real role in the crisis: How accounting standards helped build the 'super bubble'. The CPA Journal (February): 46-55.

McMillan, J. 2002. Reinventing the Bazaar: The Natural History of Markets. W.W. Norton and Company.

McRae, T. W. 1970. Opportunity and incremental cost: An attempt to define in systems terms. The Accounting Review (April): 315-321. (JSTOR link).

McSweeney, B. 2009. The roles of financial asset market failure denial and the economic crisis: Reflections on accounting and financial theories and practices. Accounting, Organizations and Society 34(6-7): 835-848.

Meek, G. 1984. Competition spurs worldwide harmonization. Management Accounting (August): 47-49.

Meeker, R. 1930. The dependability and meaning of unemployment and employment statistics in the United States. Harvard Business Review (July): 385-400.

Menees, E. L. 1978. Macroaccounting: Why not? Management Accounting (February): 29-32.

Mensah, Y. M. 1981. A financial reporting model for dependent market economies. Abacus 17(2): 161-173.

Meyer, C. and J. Kirby. 2012. Runaway capitalism. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 66-75.

Mezias, S. J. and E. Boyle. 2005. Blind trust: market control, legal environments, and the dynamics of competitive intensity in the early American film industry, 1893-1920. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(1): 1-34. (JSTOR link).

Michael, R. R. and L. D. Lankton. 1994. Accounting innovations: The implications of a firm's response to post Civil War market disruptions. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 41-84. (JSTOR link).

Micklethwait, J. and A. Wooldridge. 2004. The Right Nation: Conservative Power in America. The Penguin Press.

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Miller, D. 1923. Government control of foreign bills in Germany. Harvard Business Review (October): 28-36.

Miller, D. and M. Chen. 1994. Sources and consequences of competitive inertia: A study of the U.S. airline industry. Administrative Science Quarterly 39(1): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

Miller, J. J. 1964. Automation, job creation, and unemployment. The Academy of Management Journal 7(4): 300-307. (JSTOR link).

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