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Abernethy, M. A., A. M. Millis, P. Brownell and P. Carter. 2001. Product diversity and costing system design choice: Field study evidence. Management Accounting Research (September): 261-279.

Ahrens, T. 1997. Talking accounting: An ethnography of management knowledge in British and German brewers. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(7): 617-637.

Ahrens, T. 1999. Contrasting Involvements: A Study of Management Accounting Practices (Management, Organizations and Society). Gordon & Breach Science Publishers.

Ahrens, T. and C. S. Chapman. 2006. Doing qualitative field research in management accounting: Positioning data to contribute to theory. Accounting, Organizations and Society 31(8): 819-841.

Ahrens, T. and J. F. Dent. 1998. Accounting and organizations: Realizing the richness of field research. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 1-39. (Summary).

Ahrens, T. and M. Mollona. 2007. Organisational control as cultural practice - A shop floor ethnography of a Sheffield steel mill. Accounting, Organizations and Society 32(4-5): 305-331.

Akers, M. D. and G. Porter. 1995. Strategic planning at five world-class companies. Management Accounting (July): 24-31. (Field study).

Andersen, I., P. Karnoe and F. Borum. 1999. On the Art of Doing Field Studies: An Experience-Based Research Methodology (Copenhagen Studies in Economics and Management). Handelshojskolens Forlag.

Anderson, S. W., J. W. Hesford and S. M. Young. 2002. Factors influencing the performance of activity based costing teams: A field study of ABC model development time in the automobile industry. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(3): 195-211. (Summary).

Anderson, S. W., M. H. Christ, H. C. Dekker and K. L. Sedatole. 2014. The use of management controls to mitigate risk in strategic alliances: Field and survey evidence. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 1-32.

Andon, P., J. Baxter and W. F. Chua. 2007. Accounting change as relational drifting: A field study of experiments with performance measurement. Management Accounting Research (June): 273-308.

Angrosino, M. V. 2004. Projects in Ethnographic Research. Waveland Press.

Aranda, C. and J. Arellano. 2010. Consensus and link structure in strategic performance measurement systems: A field study. Journal of Management Accounting Research (22): 271-299.

Argyris, C. 1979. Review: Using qualitative data to test theories. Reviewed work: The Swine Flu Affair: Decision Making on a Slippery Disease. by Richard Neustadt and Harvey V. Fineberg. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 672-679. (JSTOR link).

Atkinson, A. A. and W. Shaffir. 1998. Standards for field research in management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 41-68. (Summary).

Banker, R. D. and S. M. Datar. 1987. Accounting for labor productivity in manufacturing operations: An application. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 169-203.

Banker, R. D., J. M. Field, R. G. Schroeder and K. K. Sinha. 1996. Impact of work teams on manufacturing performance: A longitudinal field study. The Academy of Management Journal 39(4): 867-890. (JSTOR link).

Banker, R. D., S. Devaraj, R. G. Schroeder and K. K. Sinha. 2002. Performance impact of the elimination of direct labor variance reporting: A field study. Journal of Accounting Research (September): 1013-1036. (JSTOR link).

Banker, R. D., S. Lee and G. Potter. 1996. A field study of the impact of a performance-based incentive plan. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April): 195-226.

Banker, R. D., S. M. Datar, S. Kekre and T. Mukhopadbyay. 1990. Costs of product and process complexity. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 9: 269-290.

Barley, S. R. 1996. Technicians in the workplace: Ethnographic evidence for bringing work into organizational studies. Administrative Science Quarterly 41(3): 404-441. (JSTOR link).

Barrett, B. V., J. B. Forbes, E. J. O'Connor and R. A. Alexander. 1980. Ability-satisfaction relationships: Field and laboratory studies. The Academy of Management Journal 23(3): 550-555. (JSTOR link).

Baxter, J. A. and W. F. Chua. 1998. Doing field research: Practice and meta-theory in counterpoint. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 69-87.

Berger, L., K. J. Klassen, T. Libby and A. Webb. 2013. Complacency and giving up across repeated tournaments: Evidence from the field. Journal of Management Accounting Research (25): 143-167.

Bhambri, A. and J. Sonnenfeld. 1988. Organization structure and corporate social performance: A field study in two contrasting industries. The Academy of Management Journal 31(3): 642-662. (JSTOR link).

Birnberg, J. G. and C. Snodgrass. 1988. Culture and control: A field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(5): 447-464.

Bouchard, T. J. 1976. Field research methods: interviewing, questionnaires, participant observation, unobtrusive measures. Handbook of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Edited by M. D. Dunnette. Rand-McNally College Publishing Company, Chicago: 363-414.

Bourmistrov, A. and K. Kaarboe. 2013. From comfort to stretch zones: A field study of two multinational companies applying "beyond budgeting" ideas. Management Accounting Research (September): 196-211.

Briers, M. and W. F. Chua. 2001. The role of actor-networks and boundary objects in management accounting change: A field study of an implementation of activity-based costing. Accounting, Organizations and Society 26(3): 237-269.

Brownell, P. 1982. A field study examination of budgetary participation and locus of control. The Accounting Review (October): 766-777. (JSTOR link).

Bruns, W. J. Jr. 1987. A field study of an attempt to change an embedded cost accounting system. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 97-118.

Bruns, W. J. Jr. and R. S. Kaplan, editors. 1987. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Boston: Harvard Business School Press.

Bruns, W., and S. McKinnon. 1993. Information and managers: A field study. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 84-108. (Summary).

Buchanan, D., et. al. 1988. Getting in, getting on, getting out, and getting back. In Doing Research in Organizations. Edited by A. Bryman. Routledge: 53-67.

Buller, P. F. and C. H. Bell, Jr. 1986. Effects of team building and goal setting on productivity: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 305-328. (JSTOR link).

Caplan, E. H. 1968. Behavioral assumptions of management accounting - Report of a field study. The Accounting Review (April): 342-362. (JSTOR link).

Chan, S. H. and S. Wright. 2007. Feasibility of more frequent reporting: A field study informed survey of in-company accounting and IT. Professionals. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 101-115.

Collier, P. and A. Gregory. 1995. Investment appraisal in service industries: A field study analysis of the U.K. hotels sector. Management Accounting Research (March): 33-57.

Collier, P. M. 2001. The power of accounting: A field study of local financial management in a police force. Management Accounting Research (December): 465-486.

Collins, J. M. and P. M. Muchinsky. 1993. An assessment of the construct validity of three job evaluation methods: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 36(4): 895-904. (JSTOR link).

Conlon, D. E. and N. M. Murray. 1996. Customer perceptions of corporate responses to product complaints: The role of explanations. The Academy of Management Journal 39(4): 1040-1056. (JSTOR link).

Cook, T. D. and D. T. Campbell. 1979. Quasi-Experimentation: Design and Analysis for Field Settings. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Cooper, R. and P. B. B. Turney. 1990. Internally focused activity-based cost systems. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 10: 291-305.

Cooper, R. and R. S. Kaplan. 1987. How cost accounting systematically distorts product costs. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 204-228.

Cordery, J. L., W. S. Mueller and L. M. Smith. 1991. Attitudinal and behavioral effects of autonomous group working: A longitudinal field study. The Academy of Management Journal 34(2): 464-476. (JSTOR link).

Corey, E. R. 1990. MBA Field Studies: A Guide for Students and Faculty. Harvard Business School Press.

Covaleski, M. A. and M. W. Dirsmith. 1988. The use of budgetary symbols in the political arena: An historically informed field study. Accounting, Organizations, and Society 13(1): 1-24.

Covaleski, M. A., M. W. Dirsmith and J. M. Weiss. 2013. The social construction, challenge and transformation of a budgetary regime: The endogenization of welfare regulation by institutional entrepreneurs. Accounting, Organizations and Society 38(5): 333-364.

Covaleski, M. A., M. W. Dirsmith and S. Samuel. 1996. Managerial accounting research: The contributions of organizational and sociological theories. Journal of Management Accounting Research (8): 1-35.

Covaleski, M. A., M. W. Dirsmith, J. B. Heian and S. Samuel. 1998. The calculated and the avowed: Techniques of discipline and struggles over identity in big six public accounting firms. Administrative Science Quarterly 43(2): 293-327. (JSTOR link).

Chew, D. H. 1997. Studies in International Corporate Finance and Governance Systems: A Comparison of the U.S., Japan, and Europe. Oxford University Press.

Chua, W. F. 1994. Issues in substantive areas of research: Field research in accounting. In Review Methods in Accounting: Issues and Debates, edited by A. J. Richardson. CGA Research Monograph Number 25. Vancouver, B.C.: CGA Canada.

Chua, W. F. 1996. Issues in substantive areas of research: Field research in accounting. In Research Methods in Accounting: Issues and Debates. Edited by A. Richardson, 209-228. Vancouver, B.C.: CGA-Canada Research Foundation.

Debrecency, R. S. and G. L. Gray. 2013. IT governance and process maturity: A multinational field study. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 157-188.

Dekker, H. C. 2003. Value chain analysis in interfirm relationships: A field study. Management Accounting Research (March): 1-23.

Dent, J. F. 1987. Tension in the design of formal control systems: A field study in a computer company. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 119-145.

Diamond, R. M. 2002. Field Guide to Academic Leadership (Jossey Bass Higher and Adult Education Series). Jossey-Bass.

Dopuch, N. and M. Gupta. 1994. Economic effects of production changes: Accounting implications. Journal of Management Accounting Research (6): 1- 23.

Downey, H. K. and R. D. Ireland. 1979. Quantitative versus qualitative: Environmental assessment in organizational studies. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 630-637. (JSTOR link).

Dvir, T., D. Eden, B. J. Avolio and B. Shamir. 2002. Impact of transformational leadership on follower development and performance: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 45(4): 735-744. (JSTOR link).

Earley, P. C. 1993. East meets west meets mideast: Further explorations of collectivistic and individualistic work groups. The Academy of Management Journal 36(2): 319-348. (JSTOR link).

Ferreira, A. and D. Otley. 2009. The design and use of performance management systems: An extended framework for analysis. Management Accounting Research (December): 263-282. (Summary).

Ferreira, L., and K. Merchant. 1992. Field research in management accounting and control: A review and evaluation. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal (5): 3-34.

Fetterman, D. M. 2009. Ethnography: Step-by-Step. Sage Publications, Inc.

Fife, W. 2005. Doing Fieldwork: Ethnographic Methods for Research in Developing Countries and Beyond. Palgrave Macmillan.

Fischer, M. J. 1996. "Real-izing" the benefits of new technologies as a source of audit evidence: An interpretive field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 21(2-3): 219-242.

Flamholtz, E. and E. Cook. 1978. Connotative meaning and its role in accounting change: A field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 3(2): 115-139.

Flamholtz, E. G. 1972. Assessing the validity of a theory of human resource value: A field study. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 241-266. (JSTOR link).

Forbes, J. B. 1987. Early intraorganizational mobility: Patterns and influences. The Academy of Management Journal 30(1): 110-125. (JSTOR link).

Foster, G. and M. Gupta. 1990. Activity accounting: An electronics industry implementation. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 8: 225-268.

Gauharou, B. 2000. Activity-based costing at DSL Client Services. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 4-11.

Gephart, R. P. Jr. 1978. Status degradation and organizational succession: An ethnomethodological approach. Administrative Science Quarterly 23(4): 553-581. (JSTOR link).

Ghosh, D. and R. Lusch. 2000. Outcome effect, controllability and performance evaluation of managers: Some field evidence from multi-outlet businesses. Accounting Organizations and Society 25(4&5): 411-425.

Glaser, B. G. and A. L. Strauss. 1967. The Discovery of Grounded Theory. Chicago, IL: Aldine.

Gosse, D. I. 1993. Cost accounting’s role in computer-integrated manufacturing: An empirical field study. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 159-179.

Griffin, R. W. 1983. Objective and social sources of information in task redesign: A field experiment. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(2): 184-200. (JSTOR link).

Groen, B. A. C., M. J. F. Wouters and C. P. M. Wilderom. 2012. Why do employees take more initiatives to improve their performance after co-developing performance measures? A field study. Management Accounting Research (June): 120-141.

Gundry, L. K. and A. Buckho. 1996. Field Casework : Methods for Consulting to Small and Startup Businesses (Entrepreneurship and the Management of Growing Enterprises). Sage Publications.

Gupta, M. 1993. Heterogeneity issues in aggregated costing systems. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 180-212.

Hall, M., A. Mikes and Y. Millo. 2015. How do risk managers become influential? A field study of toolmaking in two financial institutions. Management Accounting Research (March): 3-22.

Hammond, S. A. and C. Royal. Editors. 2001. Lessons From the Field: Applying Appreciative Inquiry (Revised Edition). Thin Book Publishing Company.

Hertenstein, J. H. 1987. Management control system change: The adoption of inflation accounting. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 17-48.

Hicks, W. D. and R. J. Klimoski. 1987. Entry into training programs and its effects on training outcomes: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 30(3): 542-552. (JSTOR link).

Hui, C., S. S. K. Lam and J. Schaubroeck. 2001. Can good citizens lead the way in providing quality service? A field quasi experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 44(5): 988-995. (JSTOR link).

Hunton, J., V. Arnold and J. L. Reck. 2010. Decision aid reliance: A longitudinal field study involving professional buy-side financial analysts. Contemporary Accounting Research 27(4): 997-1023.

Hunton, J. E. and C. S. Norman. 2010. The impact of alternative telework arrangements on organizational commitment: Insights from a longitudinal field experiment. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 67-90. (Retracted).

Hunton, J. E. and C. S. Norman. 2015. Retraction: The impact of alternative telework arrangements on organizational commitment: Insights from a longitudinal field experiment. Journal of Information Systems (Summer): 231.

Innes, J. and F. Mitchell. 1990. The process of change in management accounting: Some field study evidence. Management Accounting Research (March): 3-19.

Ittner, C. D. 2014. Strengthening causal inferences in positivist field studies. Accounting, Organizations and Society 39(7): 545-549.

Ittner, C. D. and D. F. Larcker. 1997. Quality strategy, strategic control systems, and organizational performance. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(3-4): 293-314. (Note).

Ivancevich, J. M. and J. T. McMahon. 1982. The effects of goal setting, external feedback, and self-generated feedback on outcome variables: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 25(2): 359-372. (JSTOR link).

Iyer, G. S., P. M. J. Reckers and D. L. Sanders. 2010. A field experiment to explore the effects of detection and penalties communications and framing among Washington State retail firms. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 26(2): 236-245.

Janvrin, D. J. and W. G. No. 2012. XBRL implementation: A field investigation to identify research opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 169-197.

Jehn, K. A., G. B. Northcraft and M. A. Neale. 1999. Why differences make a difference: A field study of diversity, conflict, and performance in workgroups. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(4): 741-763. (JSTOR link).

Jick, T. D. 1979. Mixing qualitative and quantitative methods: Triangulation in action. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 602-611. (JSTOR link).

Johnson, H. T. 1987. Organizational design versus strategic information procedures for managing corporate overhead cost: Weyerhaeuser Company. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 49-72.

Jones, T. C., W. L. Currie and D. Dugdale. 1993. Accounting and technology in Britain and Japan: Learning from field research. Management Accounting Research (June): 109-137.

Jonsson, S. 1998. Relate management accounting research to managerial work! Accounting, Organizations and Society 23(4): 411-434. (Summary).

Jonsson, S. and N. B. Macintosh. 1997. CATS, RATS, and EARS: Making the case for ethnographic accounting research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(3-4): 367-386. (Summary).

Jordan, P. C. 1986. Effects of an extrinsic reward on intrinsic motivation: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 405-412. (JSTOR link). 1987. Errata: Effects of an extrinsic reward on intrinsic motivation: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 30(2): 315. (JSTOR link).

Kaplan, R. S. 1983. Measuring manufacturing performance: A new challenge for managerial accounting research. The Accounting Review (October): 686-705. (JSTOR link). (Summary).

Kaplan, R. S. 1998. Innovation action research: Creating new management theory and practice. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 89-118. (Summary).

Karmarkar, U. S., P. J. Lederer and J. L. Zimmerman. 1990. Choosing manufacturing production control and cost accounting systems. Measures for Manufacturing Excellence. Edited by R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press. Chapter 12: 353-396.

Keating, P. 1995. A framework for classifying and evaluating the theoretical contributions of case research in management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 66-86.

Kim, J. S. and A. F. Campagna. 1981. Effects of flexitime on employee attendance and performance: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 24(4): 729-741. (JSTOR link).

Klein, H. J. and J. S. Kim. 1998. A field study of the influence of situational constraints, leader-member exchange, and goal commitment on performance. The Academy of Management Journal 41(1): 88-95. (JSTOR link).

Kornberger, M., L. Justesen and J. Mouritsen. 2011. "When you make manager, we put a big mountain in front of you": An ethnography of managers in a Big 4 accounting firm. Accounting, Organizations and Society 36(8): 514-533.

Krackhardt, D., J. McKenna, L. W. Porter and R. M. Steers. 1981. Supervisory behavior and employee turnover: A field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 24(2): 249-259. (JSTOR link).

Krishnan, R., J. J. Mistry and V. G. Narayanan. 2012. A field study on the acceptance and use of a new accounting system. Journal of Management Accounting Research (24): 103-133.

Lanen, W. N. 1999. Waste minimization at 3M Company: A field study of nonfinancial performance measurement. Journal of Management Accounting Research (11): 29-43.

Lange, G., R. M. Hassan, K. Hamilton and M. Jiwanji. 2003. Environmental Accounting in Action: Case Studies from Southern Africa. Edward Elgar Publishing.

Lawrence, C. M. and A. C. Butler. 1995. Legacy costing, fuzzy systems theory, and environmentally conscious manufacturing. Advances in Management Accounting (4): 103-126.

Lawrence, G., T. Tyson, C. Skousen and R. Fullerton. 2015. Lean practices: A field study. Cost Management (January/February): 14-24.

Lillis, A. M. and J. Mundy. 2005. Cross-sectional field studies in management accounting research - Closing the gaps between surveys and case studies. Journal of Management Accounting Research (17): 119-141.

Lofland, J. and L. H. Lofland. 1984. A Guide to Qualitative Observation and Analysis. Second edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Lucas, D. M. Not dated. Folknography: The foundation and rationale. (Link).

Lucas, D. M. 2006. The Handbook of Folknography: A Qualitative Research Method for Giving Voice. Pearson Custom Publishing.

Mayer, M. W. 1987. The use of relative performance evaluations in organizations. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 295-315.

Maher, M. W. and M. L. Marais. 1998. A field study on the limitations of activity-based costing when resources are provided on a joint and indivisible basis. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 129-142. (JSTOR link).

Maher, M. W., K. V. Ramanathan and R. B. Peterson. 1979. Preference congruence, information accuracy, and employee performance: A field study. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 476-503. (JSTOR link).

Malsch, B. and S. E. Salterio. 2016. "Doing good field research": Assessing the quality of audit field research. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 35(1): 1-22.

Martin, J., M. S. Feldman, M. J. Hatch and S. B. Sitkin. 1983. The uniqueness paradox in organizational stories. Administrative Science Quarterly 28(3): 438-453. (JSTOR link).

McClintock, C. C., D. Brannon and S. Maynard-Moody. 1979. Applying the logic of sample surveys to qualitative case studies: The case cluster method. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 612-629. (JSTOR link).

McNatt, D. B. and T. A. Judge. 2004. Boundary conditions of the Galatea effect: A field experiment of constructive replication. The Academy of Management Journal 47(4): 550-565. (JSTOR link). (The Galatea effect is where high self-expectations leads to high performance. The Pygmalion effect is where one person's high expectations of another person leads to high performance for that person).

Merchant, K. A. 1987. How and why firms disregard the controllability principle. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 316-338.

Merchant, K. A. and A. Riccaboni. 1990. Performance-based management incentives at the Fiat Group: A field study. Management Accounting Research (December): 281-303.

Merchant, K. A. and J. Manzoni. 1989. The achievability of budget targets in profit centers: A field study. The Accounting Review (July): 539-558. (JSTOR link).

Merchant, K. A. and W. A. Van der Stede. 2006. Field-based research in accounting: Accomplishments and prospects. Behavioral Research in Accounting (18): 117-134.

Merchant, K. A., W. Chow and C. A. Wu. 1995. Measurement, evaluation and reward of profit center managers: A cross-cultural field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 20(7-8): 619-638.

Milani, K. 1975. The relationship of participation in budget-setting to industrial supervisor performance and attitudes: A field study. The Accounting Review (April): 274-284. (JSTOR link).

Miles, M. B. 1979. Qualitative data as an attractive nuisance: The problem of analysis. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 590-601. (JSTOR link).

Miller, P. and T. O'Leary. 1997. Capital budgeting practices and complementarity relations in the transition to modern manufacture: A field-based analysis. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 257-271. (JSTOR link).

Miner, A. S., P. Bassoff and C. Moorman. 2001. Organizational improvisation and learning: A field study. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(2): 304-337. (JSTOR link).

Mintzberg, H. 1973. The Nature of Managerial Work. Harper & Row. (Based on Mintzberg's MIT Ph.D. dissertation, The Manager at Work: Determining His Activities, Roles and Programs by Structured Observation).

Mintzberg, H. 1979. An emerging strategy of "direct" research. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 582-589. (JSTOR link).

Mobley, W. H. 1982. Supervisor and employee race and sex effects on performance appraisals: A field study of adverse impact and generalizability. The Academy of Management Journal 25(3): 598-606. (JSTOR link).

Morales, J. and C. Lambert. 2013. Dirty work and the construction of identity. An ethnographic study of management accounting practices. Accounting, Organizations and Society 38(3): 228-244.

Naples, N. A. and K. Bojar. Editors. 2002. Teaching Feminist Activism: Strategies from the Field. Routledge.

Ngwenyama, O., L. D. Introna, M. D. Myers and J. I. Degross. 1999. New Information Technologies in Organizational Processes Mbk: Field Studies and Theoretical Reflections on the Future of Work :Ifip ... tional Federation for Information Processing). Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Ogan, P. 1976. Application of a human resource value model: A field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 195-217.

Palepu, K. 1987. The anatomy of an accounting change. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 73-94.

Patell, J. M. 1987. Adapting a cost accounting system to just-in-time manufacturing: The Hewlett-Packard Personal Office Computer Division. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 229-267. (Summary).

Petro, T. and K. Milani. 2000. Northrop Grumman’s four-tier approach to earning value. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 40-48.

Pettigrew, A. M. 1979. On studying organizational cultures. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 570-581. (JSTOR link).

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

Pincus, K. V. 1997. Discussion of educating for accounting expertise: A field study. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Experts and the Application of Expertise in Accounting, Auditing, and Tax): 63-74. (JSTOR link).

Pinfield, L. T. 1986. A field evaluation of perspectives on organizational decision making. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(3): 365-388. (JSTOR link).

Piore, M. J. 1979. Qualitative research techniques in economics. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 560-569. (JSTOR link).

Quick, J. C. 1979. Dyadic goal setting and role stress: A field study. The Academy of Management Journal 22(2): 241-252. (JSTOR link).

Revsine, L. 1971. Discussion of accounting for intercorporate investments: A behavior field experiment. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 66-73. (JSTOR link).

Roebuck, P. and K. T. Trotman. 1992. A field study of the review process: Research note. Abacus 28(2): 200-210.

Roslender, R. and S. J. Hart. 2003. In search of strategic management accounting: Theoretical and field study perspectives. Management Accounting Research (September): 255-279.

Ross, J. and K. R. Ferris. 1981. Interpersonal attraction and organizational outcomes: A field examination. Administrative Science Quarterly 26(4): 617-632. (JSTOR link).

Salancik, G. R. 1979. Field stimulations for organizational behavior research. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 638-649. (JSTOR link).

Sanday, P. R. 1979. The ethnographic paradigm(s). Administrative Science Quarterly 24(4): 527-538. (JSTOR link).

Schreuder, H. 1987. Organization, information, and people: A participant observation of a MIS-carriage. Accounting and Management Field Study Perspectives. Edited by W. J. Bruns, Jr. and R. S. Kaplan. Harvard Business School Press: 146-165.

Schweiger, D. M. and A. S. DeNisi. 1991. Communication with employees following a merger: A longitudinal field experiment. The Academy of Management Journal 34(1): 110-135. (JSTOR link).

Sedatole, K. L. 2003. The effect of measurement alternatives on a nonfinancial quality measure's forward-looking properties. The Accounting Review (April): 555-580. (Summary).

Shank, J. K., and V. Govindarajan. 1988. Transaction-based costing for the complex product line: A field study. Journal of Cost Management (Summer): 31-38.

Shank, J. K. and V. Govindarajan. 1992. Strategic cost management: The value chain perspective. Journal of Management Accounting Research (4): 179-197.

Sharma, U., S. Lawrence and A. Lowe. 2010. Institutional contradiction and management control innovation: A field study of total quality management practices in a privatized telecommunication company. Management Accounting Research (December): 251-264.

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