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Management Accounting Research 2016

March, June, and September

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Bromwich, M. and R. W. Scapens. 2016. Management Accounting Research: 25 years on. Management Accounting Research (June): 1-9.

Caldarelli, A., C. Fiondella, M Maffei and C. Zagaria. 2016. Managing risk in credit cooperative banks: Lessons from a case study. Management Accounting Research (September): 1-15.

Carlsson-Wall, M., K. Kraus and M. Messner. 2016. Performance measurement systems and the enactment of different institutional logics: Insights from a football organization. Management Accounting Research (September): 45-61.

De Harlez, Y. and R. Malagueno. 2016. Examining the joint effects of strategic priorities, use of management control systems, and personal background on hospital performance. Management Accounting Research (March): 2-17.

Dekker, H. C. 2016. On the boundaries between intrafirm and interfirm management accounting research. Management Accounting Research (June): 86-99.

Demere, B. W., R. Krishnan, K. L. Sedatole and A. Woods. 2016. Do the incentive effects of relative performance measurement vary with the ex ante probability of promotion? Management Accounting Research (March): 18-31.

Hall, M. 2016. Realising the richness of psychology theory in contingency-based management accounting research. Management Accounting Research (June): 63-74.

Hopper, T. and B. Bui. 2016. Has Management Accounting Research been critical? Management Accounting Research (June): 10-30.

Kruis, A., R. F. Spekle and S. K. Widener. 2016. The levers of control framework: An exploratory analysis of balance. Management Accounting Research (September): 27-44.

Luft, J. 2016. Cooperation and competition among employees: Experimental evidence on the role of management control systems. Management Accounting Research (June): 75-85.

Malmi, T. 2016. Managerialist studies in management accounting: 1990-2014. Management Accounting Research (June): 31-44.

Messner, M. 2016. Does industry matter? How industry context shapes management accounting practice. Management Accounting Research (June): 103-111.

Miller, F. and A. Drake. 2016. Using information asymmetry to mitigate hold-ups in supply chains. Management Accounting Research (September): 16-26.

Otley, D. 2016. The contingency theory of management accounting and control: 1980-2014. Management Accounting Research (June): 45-62.

Quattrone, P. 2016. Management accounting goes digital: Will the move make it wiser? Management Accounting Research (June): 118-122.

Sponem, S. and C. Lambert. 2016. Exploring differences in budget characteristics, roles and satisfaction: A configurational approach. Management Accounting Research (March): 47-61.

Van der Stede, W. A. 2016. Management accounting in context: Industry, regulation and informatics. Management Accounting Research (June): 100-102.

VouBem, L., S. Kramer and U. Schaffer. 2016. Fairness perceptions of annual bonus payments: The effects of subjective performance measures and the achievement of bonus targets. Management Accounting Research (March): 32-46.

Wagenhofer, A. 2016. Exploiting regulatory changes for research in management accounting. Management Accounting Research (June): 112-117.