Management And Accounting Web

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA

Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

See the links on the Quantitative Methods Main Page for many papers not included here.

*A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge*. 2000. Project Management Institute.

Abdel-Khalik, A. R. 1983. Overfitting bias in the models assessing the predictive power of quarterly reports. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 293-296.
(JSTOR link).

Abelson, R. P. 1995. *Statistics as Principled Argument*. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Abiteboul, S., R. Hull and V. Vianu. 1995. *Foundations of Databases*. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.
(Link).

Ackoff, R. L. 1984. *Scientific Method: Optimizing Applied Research Decisions*. Krieger Publishing Company.

Ackoff, R. L. and M. W. Sasieni. 1968. *Fundamentals of Operations Research*. Wiley.

Ackoff, R. L. and P. Rivett. 1967. *A Manager's Guide to Operations Research*. Wiley.

Adkins, A. C. 1984. EOQ in the real world. *Production and Inventory Management* (4th quarter): 50-54.

Agin, N. 1966. Optimum seeking with branch and bound. *Management Science* (December): B176-B185.
(JSTOR link).

Agresti, A. and B. Finlay. 1986. *Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences*. Dellen Publishing.

Ahadiat, N. 1986. Solving inventory problems by
simulation. *Journal of Systems Management *(September): 29-35.

Akers, M. D. et al. 1986. Expert systems for management
accountants. *Management Accounting* (March): 30-34.

Albright, T. L., G. P. Moynihan, R. G. Batson and E. Henderson . 1998. Activity-based relationships among management information
systems and service organization revenues: A Markov process. *Advances in Management Accounting* (6): 195-213.

Aldrich, J. H., and F. D. Nelson. 1984. *Linear Probability, Logit and Probit Models*. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Allen, C. B. 1953. Operational analysis - Statistical approach. *N.A.C.A. Bulletin* (December): 459-476.

Allison, P. D. 2001. *Logistic Regression Using the SAS System: Theory and Application*. Wiley SAS.

Anderson, D. R., D. J. Sweeney and T. A. Williams. 2003. *Quantitative Methods for Business*. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Anderson, D. R., D. J. Sweeney, T. A. Williams and J. D. Camm. 2009. *Quantitative Methods for Business*. South-Western
College Publishing.

Anderson, D. R., D. J. Sweeney and T. A. Williams. 2011. * Statistics for Business and Economics, 11th edition*.
South-Western College Pub.

Anderson, M. J. and G. S. Potter. 1998. On the use of regression and verbal protocol analysis in modeling analysts' behavior in
an unstructured task environment: A methodological note. *Accounting, Organizations and Society*
23(5-6): 435-450.

Anderson, T. E. and J. A. Hunt. 1965. Operational control through sampling - An illustrative case. *Management Accounting*
(November): 13-17.

Aneshensel, C. S. 2002. *Theory Based Data Analysis for the Social Sciences*. Pine Forge Press.

Anshen, M. 1956. Management science in marketing: Status and prospects. *Management Science*
(April): 222-231. (JSTOR link).

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2017. An introduction to
data analysis for auditors and accountants. *The CPA Journal*
(February): 32-37. (Summary).

Appelbaum, D., A. Kogan, M. Vasarhelyi and Z. Yan. 2017. Impact of
business analytics and enterprise systems on managerial accounting. *
International Journal of Accounting Information Systems* (25): 29-44. (Summary).

Arnoff, E. L. 1970. Operations research and decision-oriented management information systems. *Management Accounting*
(June): 11-16.

Arrington, C. E., W. Hillison and R. E. Jensen. 1984. An application of analytical hierarchy process to model expert judgments
on analytical review procedures. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 298-312.
(JSTOR link).

Avriel, M. and D. J. Wilde. 1966. Optimal search for a maximum with sequences of simultaneous function
evaluations. *Management Science* (May): 722-731. (JSTOR
link).

Avriel, M. and D. J. Wilde. 1968. Golden block search for the maximum of unimodal functions. *Management Science*
(January): 307-319. (JSTOR link).

Ayres, D., J. Schmutte and J. Stanfield. 2017. Expect the unexpected:
Risk assessment using Monte Carlo simulations: With software such as
Microsoft Excel, CPAs can perform statistical simulations to assess the
potential upside and risk of business decisions. *Journal of Accountancy
*(November): 42-48.

Azoury, K. S. 1985. Bayes solution to dynamic inventory models under unknown demand distribution. *Management
Science* (September): 1150-1160.

Bacharach, M. 1966. Matrix rounding problems. *Management Science* (May): 732-742.
(JSTOR link).

Bailey, A. D. Jr. 1973. A dynamic programming approach to the analysis of different costing methods
in accounting for inventories. *The Accounting Review*
(July): 560-574. (JSTOR
link).

Bailey, F. A. 1967. A note on PERT/Cost resource allocation. *The Accounting Review*
(April): 361. (JSTOR
link).

Balachandran, K. R., R. A. Maschmeyer and J. L. Livingstone. 1981. Product warranty period: A Markovian approach to estimation and analysis of
repair and replacement costs. *The Accounting Review* (January): 115-124.
(JSTOR link).

Balinski, M. L. 1965. Integer programming: Methods, uses, computation. *Management Science*
(November): 253-313. (JSTOR link).

Bamber, E. M. and J. H. Bylinski. 1984. Attribute sampling: A review in light of SAS no. 39. *Journal of Accounting Education*
2(1): 83-97.

Baran, J. J. 1965. Exponential smoothing. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(May): 51-52.

Barberis, N. 2012. A model of casino gambling. *Management Science* (January): 35-51.

Barefield, R. M. 1970. A model of forecast biasing behavior. *The Accounting Review*
(July): 490-501. (JSTOR link).

Barenbaum, L. and T. Monahan. 1983. Utilizing terminal values in teaching time value analysis. *Journal of Accounting Education*
1(2): 79-88.

Barkman, A. I. 1981. Testing the Markov chain approach on accounts receivable. *Management Accounting*
(January): 48-50.

Barton, T. L. and F. M. Cole. 1994. Atlantic Dry Dock's unique cost estimation system. *Management Accounting*
(October): 32-35, 38-39.

Bashan, O., Y. Goldschmidt, G. Levkowitz and L. Shashua. 1973. Laspeyres indexes for variance analysis in cost accounting. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 790-793. (JSTOR link).

Baucells, M. and F. H. Heukamp. 2012. Probability and time trade-off. *Management Science* (April): 831-842.

Bayou, M. E., A. Reinstein, X. Du and A. Arya. 2014. Using fuzzy set
theory to help resolve governmental hospitals' health care decision
conflicts. *Advances in Management Accounting* (24): 163-187.

Beaver, W. H. 1987. The properties of sequential regressions with multiple explanatory variables.
*The Accounting Review* (January): 137-144. (JSTOR link).

Bedford, N. M. 1961. Emerging tools for managerial accounting. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(October): 31-37.

Bedford, N. M., C. H. Griffin and T. H. Williams. 1962. Emerging role of mathematical methodology in accountancy. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(June):
33-38.

Beightler, C. S. 1966. Erratum: Diagonalization of quadratic forms by Gauss elimination. *Management Science*
(July): 908. (JSTOR link).

Beightler, C. S. and D. J. Wilde. 1966. Diagonalization of quadratic forms by Gauss elimination. *Management Science*
(January): 371-379. (JSTOR link).

Belda, B. J. 1965. Operations research at work. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(August): 51-55.

Belko, M. E., T. S. Reed and K. A. Heppard. 2006. Building and maintaining technical relationships: An evaluation of the In-Q-Tel Model. *
The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management* 8(1): 85-95.

Bellman, R. 1956. Dynamic programming and the smoothing problem. *Management Science*
(October): 111-113. (JSTOR link).

Bellman, R. 1956. On the theory of dynamic programming - A warehousing problem. *Management Science*
(April): 272-275. (JSTOR link).

Bellman, R. 1957. On a dynamic programming approach to the caterer problem. *Management Science*
(April): 270-278. (JSTOR link).

Bellman, R. 1958. Notes on the theory of dynamic programming-transportation models.
*Management Science* (January): 191-195. (JSTOR link).

Bellman, R., I. Glicksberg and O. Gross. 1955. On the optimal inventory equation. *Management Science* (October): 83-104.
(JSTOR link).

Belser, F. C. 1919. Rapid calculation of compound interest processes. *Journal of Accountancy*
(April): 241-248.

Bendel, C. W. 1953. Using statistical tools to keep costs current. *N.A.C.A. Bulletin*
(June): 1307-1326.

Bene, K. J. 1966. Clerical work measurement. *Management Accounting*
(October): 29-34.

Benjamin, A. 2015. *The Magic of Math: Solving for x and Figuring Out
Why*. Basic Books.

Benjamin, W. 2004. *Introduction to Online Competitive Intelligence Research*. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Benston, G. J. 1966. Multiple regression analysis of cost behavior. *The Accounting Review* (October): 657-672.
(JSTOR link).

Berger, J. O. 1985. *Statistical Decision Theory and Bayesian Analysis (Springer Series in Statistics)*.
Springer-Verlag.

Berhold, M. 1970. It's permutations or combinations. *Decision Sciences*
1(3-4): 513-515.

Berkowitz, J., P. Christoffersen and D.
Pelletier. 2011. Evaluating value-at-risk models with desk-level data. *Management Science*
(December): 2213-2227.

Berman, E. B. 1959. A regional production and transportation model. *Management Science*
(April): 319-326. (JSTOR link).

Berman, E. B. 1964. Resource allocation in a PERT
network under continuous activity time-cost functions. *Management Science*
(July): 734-745. (JSTOR
link).

Bernhard, R. H. 1968. Some problems in applying mathematical programming to opportunity costing. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 143-148.
(JSTOR
link).

Berry, W. L. and V. A. Mabert and M. Marcus.
1979. Forecasting teller window demand with exponential smoothing. *The Academy of Management Journal*
22(1): 129-137. (JSTOR
link).

Bessiere, F. and E. A. Sautter. 1968. Optimization and suboptimization: The method of extended models in the non-linear case. *Management Science*
(September): 1-11. (JSTOR link).

Biddle, G. C. and R. K. Martin. 1986. Stochastic inventory model
incorporating intra-year purchases and accounting tax incentives. *Management
Science *(June): 714-730.

Bierman, H. Jr. 1962. Probability, statistical decision theory, and accounting. *The Accounting Review* (July): 400-405.
(JSTOR link).

Bierman, H. Jr., L. E. Fouraker and R. K. Jaedicke. 1961. A use of probability and statistics in performance evaluation. *The Accounting Review*
(July): 409-417. (JSTOR link).

Bird, F. A. and P. A. Jones. 1970. A decision-tree approach to earnings per share. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 779-783. (JSTOR link).

Birnberg, J. G. 1964. Bayesian statistics: A review. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 108-116.
(JSTOR
link).

Birnberg, J. G. and R. J. A. Pratt. 1966. Better estimates of confidence intervals for very low error rate
population. *Management Science* (June): B482-B488. (JSTOR
link).

Blanc, L. C. 1962. Making work measurements in the office. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(July): 37-46.

Blum, J. D. 1976. Decision tree analysis for accounting decisions. *Management Accounting* (December): 45-46.

Blum, M. 1974. Failing company discriminant analysis. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 1-25.
(JSTOR link).

Boatsman, J. R. and G. M. Crooch. 1975. An example of controlling the risk of a type II error for substantive tests in
auditing. *The Accounting Review* (July): 610-615. (JSTOR
link).

Bollen, K. A. 1989. *Structural Equations with Latent Variables*. John Wiley.

Bonabeau, E. 2002. Predicting the unpredictable. *Harvard Business Review* (March): 109-116. (Using agent-based modeling, i.e., sophisticated computer
simulations, to predict, shape and control emergent phenomena, i.e., phenomena that occur as a result of collective group behavior).

Bonabeau, E. 2003. Don't trust your gut. *Harvard Business Review*
(May): 116-123. (Discussion of when to use a new set of analytical tools and
some old ones. Agent-based modeling, open-ended artificial evolution,
interactive evolution, interactive open-ended search, decision trees, real
options, simulation modeling, scenario planning, optimization, and data mining).

Book, S. A. 2006. Unbiased percentage-error CERs with smaller standard
errors. *The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management* 8(1): 55-72.

Boot, J. C. G. 1961. Notes on quadratic
programming: The Kuhn-Tucker and Theil-Van de Panne conditions, degeneracy, and
equality constraints. *Management Science* (October): 85-98. (JSTOR
link).

Boot, J. C. G. 1962. On trivial and binding constraints in programming problems. *Management Science* (July): 419-441.
(JSTOR link).

Borkowski, S. C., M. J. Welsh and Q. Zhang. 2001. An analysis of statistical power in behavioral accounting research. *Behavioral Research In Accounting*
(13): 63-84.

Boutell, W. S. 1970. Discussion of an experiment on nonsampling errors. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Empirical Research in
Accounting: Selected Studies): 172-174. (JSTOR
link).

Bovaird, R. L. 1961. Characteristics of optimal maintenance policies. *Management Science* (April): 238-253.
(JSTOR link).

Bowerman, E. R. and S. B. Littauer. 1956. Operations engineering. *Management Science* (July): 287-298.
(JSTOR link).

Bowman, E. H. 1955. Using statistical tools to set a reject allowance. *N.A.C.A. Bulletin*
(June): 1334-1342.

Bradbury, M. E. and P. Rouse. 2002. An application of data envelopment analysis to the evaluation of audit risk. *Abacus*
38(2): 263-279.

Bradley, H. E. 1969. Setting and controlling budgets with regression analysis. *Management Accounting*
(November): 31-34, 40.

Brief, R. P. 1977. A note on "rediscovery" and the rule of 69. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 810-812. (JSTOR link).
(Approximation for determining the number of periods it takes for a sum to double at a given interest rate).

Brief, R. P. and J. Owen. 1968. A least squares allocation model. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Autumn): 193-199.
(JSTOR link).

Brief, R. P. and J. Owen. 1969. On the bias in accounting allocations under uncertainty. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 12-16.
(JSTOR link).

Briggs, W. B. 1957. Calculating economic manufacturing quantities for better inventory control. *N.A.A. Bulletin* (October): 57-64.

Brightman, H. J. 1971. Comments on "Applications of spectral analysis". *Decision Sciences* 2(3): 375-376.

Briner, R. F., D. T. Pearson and J. E. Gauntt Jr. 1987. A microcomputer application for attribute sampling. *Journal of Accounting Education*
5(1): 161-166.

Briskin, L. E. 1966. A method of unifying multiple objective functions. *Management Science*
(June): B406-B416. (JSTOR link).

Briskin, L. E. 1966. Selecting delivery dates in the tanker scheduling problem. *Management Science*
(February): B224-B235. (JSTOR link).

Brockett, P., A. Charnes, W. W. Cooper and H. Shin. 1984. A chance-constrained programming approach to cost-volume-profit analysis.
*The Accounting Review* (July): 474-487. (JSTOR link).

Brodshatzer, A. and O. Galbraith III. 1963.
Making decisions more rationally - The example of Monte Carlo. *N.A.A. Bulletin *(August): 33-42.

Broido, A., R. J. McConnen and W. G. O'Regan. 1965. Some operations research applications in the conservation of wildland resources. *Management Science*
(July): 802-814. (JSTOR link).

Brown, A. A. 1969. Discussion of testing a prediction method for multivariate budgets. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Empirical Research in
Accounting: Selected Studies): 203-204. (JSTOR link).

Brown, R. G. 1971. Detection of turning points in a time series. *Decision Sciences* 2(4): 383-403.

Brown, T. W., E. D. White and M. A. Gallagher.
2002. Weibull-based forecasting of R&D program budgets. *The Journal of Cost Analysis & Management *(Winter): 41-54.

Brownlee, E. R. II. 1985. Actuarial cost methods: A primer. *Journal of Accounting Education*
3(2): 163-169.

Buckless, F. A. and S. P. Ravenscroft. 1990. Contrast coding: A refinement of ANOVA in behavioral analysis. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 933-945. (JSTOR link).

Bunch, R. G. 1967. The effect of payment terms on
economic order quantity determination. *Management Accounting*
(January): 53-63.

Burch, J. G. Jr. 1969. Business games and
simulation techniques. *Management Accounting*
(December): 49-52.

Bures, J. P. 1974. Time-framing a PERT chart. *Management Accounting*
(October): 24-26.

Burford, R. L. and D. R. Williams. 1971. Graduate education in
quantitative methods in the AACSB schools. *Decision Sciences* 2(3):
357-373.

Burford, R. L. and D. R. Williams. 1972. Quantitative methods
in the undergraduate curricula of AACSB member institutions.
*Decision Sciences* 3(1): 111-127.

Burford, R. L., B. M. Enis and G. W. Paul. 1971. An index for
the measurement of consumer loyalty. *Decision Sciences* 2(1): 17-24.

Burgher, P. H. 1964. Pert and the auditor. *The Accounting Review* (January): 103-120.
(JSTOR link).

Burgstahler, D. 1984. Discussion of an application of the bootstrap method to the analysis of squared,
standardized market model prediction errors. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Studies on Current
Econometric Issues in Accounting Research): 55-58. (JSTOR
link).

Burns, J. O. and K. Bindon. 1980. Evaluating leases with LP. *Management Accounting*
(February): 48,50-53.

Burr, R. M. and B. R. Copeland. 1970. It's permutations - not combinations. *Decision Sciences*
1(1-2): 230-233.

Burt, O. R. 1964. Optimal resource use over time with an application to ground water. *Management Science*
(September): 80-93. (JSTOR link).

Buttimer, H. 1961. The allocation of combined net income in reciprocal affiliations. *The Accounting Review* (October): 649-650.
(JSTOR link).

Buzby, S. L. 1974. Extending the applicability of probabilistic management planning and control models. *The Accounting Review* (January): 42-49.
(JSTOR link).

Buzby, S. L. 1975. Extending the applicability of probabilistic management planning and control models: A reply. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 832-834. (JSTOR link).

Callen, J. L. 1991. Data envelopment analysis: Partial survey and applications for management accounting. *Journal of
Management Accounting Research* (3): 35-55.

Campbell, J. F., A. T. Ernst and M. Krishnamoorthy. 2005. Hub arc location problems: Part I: Introduction and results. *Management Science*
(October): 1540-1555. (JSTOR link).

Campbell, J. F., A. T. Ernst and M. Krishnamoorthy. 2005. Hub arc location problems: Part II: Formulations and optimal algorithms. *Management Science*
(October): 1556-1571. (JSTOR link).

Candler, W. and R. J. Townsley. 1964. The
maximization of a quadratic function of variables subject to linear inequalities.
*Management Science* (April): 515-523.
(JSTOR link).

Capettini, R. and G. L. Salamon. 1977. Internal versus external acquisition of services when reciprocal services exist.
*The Accounting Review* (July): 690-696. (JSTOR
link).

Carper, W. B, M. F. Barton Jr. and H. F. Wunder.
1979. The future of forecasting. *Management Accounting*
(August): 27-31.

Carr, C. R. and C. W. Howe. 1962. Optimal service
policies and finite time horizons. *Management Science* (October):
126-140. (JSTOR
link).

Carter, J. and D. Tomlinson. 1970. Extending
PERT/CPM into computerized LOB. *Management Accounting*
(May): 41-44. (LOB refers to line-of-balance).

Caster, D., B. Mittag and C. A. Scheraga. 2003. Application of
digital analysis to assess the quality and usability of the ATA database. *Journal
of Forensic Accounting* (4): 95-104.

Cataldo, F. 1970. Make it happen. *Management Accounting*
(May): 38-40. (PERT/CPM use in scheduling and controlling financial and
administrative work).

Cattanach, R. L. and G. W. Hanbery. 1973. Audit planning: An application of network analysis. *The Accounting Review*
(July): 609-611. (JSTOR
link).

Chambers, R. J. 1967. The mathematics of accounting and estimating. *Abacus* 3(2): 163-180.

Chan, K. H., S. F. Lam and R. Tang. 1979. Probabilistic approaches to return on investment and residual income: A comment.
*The Accounting Review* (July): 643-649. (JSTOR link).

Chan, Y. L. and B. E. Lynn. 1991. Performance evaluation and
the analytic hierarchy process. *Journal of Management Accounting Research*
(3): 57-87. (Summary).

Chan, Y. L. and B. E. Lynn. 1993. Organizational effectiveness and competitive
analysis: An analytic framework. *Advances In Management Accounting* (2):
85-108.

Charnes, A. 1955. Future of mathematics in management science. *Management Science*
(January): 180-182. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and M. H. Miller. 1956. A model for the optimal programming of railway freight train movements. *Management Science*
(October): 74-92.
(JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and M. J. L. Kirby. 1967. Some special P-models in chance-constrained programming.
*Management Science* (November): 183-195. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and W. W. Cooper. 1958. The theory of search: Optimum distribution of search effort. *Management Science*
(October): 44-50. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and W. W. Cooper. 1959. Chance-constrained programming. *Management Science* (October): 73-79.
(JSTOR link).

Charnes, A. and W. W. Cooper. 1967. Some network characterizations for mathematical programming and accounting
approaches to planning and control. *The Accounting Review*
(January): 24-52. (JSTOR
link).

Charnes, A., C. Colantoni, W. W. Cooper and K. O. Kortanek. 1972. Economic
social and enterprise accounting and mathematical models. *The Accounting Review*
(January): 85-108. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., H. J. Davidson and K. Kortanek. 1964. On a mixed-sequential estimating procedure with application to audit tests in
accounting. *The Accounting Review* (April): 241-250. (JSTOR
link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper and G. H. Symonds. 1958. Cost horizons and certainty equivalents: An approach to stochastic programming
of heating oil. *Management Science* (April): 235-263. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper, D. B. Learner and E. F. Snow. 1968. Note on an application of a goal programming model for media planning. *Management Science*
(April): B431-B436. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper, J. K. DeVoe and D. B. Learner.
1966. DEMON: Decision mapping via optimum go-no networks - A model for marketing
new products. *Management Science* (July): 865-887. (JSTOR
link).

Charnes, A. W. W. Cooper, J. K. Devoe and D. B. Learner. 1968. DEMON, Mark II: An extremal equation approach to new product marketing. *Management Science*
(May): 513-524. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper, J. K. DeVoe and D. B. Learner. 1968. DEMON Mark II: Extremal equations solution and approximation. *Management Science*
(July): 682-691. (JSTOR link).

Charnes, A., W. W. Cooper, J. K. DeVoe, D. B. Learner and W. Reinecke. 1968. A goal programming model for media planning. *Management Science*
(April): B423-B430. (JSTOR
link). 1968. Errata: A goal programming model for media planning. *Management Science*
(June): B643. (JSTOR link).

Chatterjee, S., A. S. Hadi and B. Price. 1999. *Regression Analysis by Example, 3rd Edition*. Wiley-Interscience.

Chen, C. J. and M. Engquist. 1986. Primal simplex approach to pure processing
networks. *Management Science *(December): 1582-1598.

Chen, G. K. C. and P. R. Winters. 1966. Forecasting peak demand for an electric utility with a hybrid exponential model. *Management Science* (August):
B531-B537. (JSTOR link).

Chen, K. H. and E. L. Summers. 1981. A study of reporting probabilistic accounting figures. *Accounting,
Organizations and Society* 6(1): 1-15.

Chen, Y., L. Cheng and W. Hsu. 2013. A new approach to the group ranking problem: Finding consensus ordered segments from users' preference data.
*Decision Sciences* 44(6): 1091-1119.

Cheng, C. S. A., W. S. Hopwood and J. C. McKeown. 1992. Non-linearity and specification problems in unexpected earnings response regression
model. *The Accounting Review* (July): 579-598. (JSTOR link).

Cheng, T. T. 1983. Financial forecasting: Throw away the crystal ball. *Management Accounting*
(May): 50-52. (Table 1 was omitted, but appears in the July issue on p. 53. The table includes three forecasting techniques.)

Chenhall, R. H. and K. Langfield-Smith. 1998. The relationship between strategic priorities, management techniques and management
accounting: An empirical investigation using a systems approach. *Accounting,
Organizations and Society* 23(3): 243-264. (Summary).

Chentnik, C. G. Jr. 1972. The use of forecast error measures as surrogates for an error cost criterion in the production
smoothing problem. *Decision Sciences* 3(2): 54-75.

Chesley, G. R. 1975. Elicitation of subjective probabilities: A review. *The Accounting Review* (April): 325-337.
(JSTOR link).

Chesley, G. R. 1976. The elicitation of subjective probabilities: A laboratory study in an accounting context. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 27-48.
(JSTOR link).

Chesley, G. R. 1977. Subjective probability elicitation: The effect of congruity of datum and response mode on performance. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Spring): 1-11.
(JSTOR link).

Chesley, G. R. 1978. Subjective probability elicitation techniques: A performance comparison. *Journal of Accounting Research *(Autumn): 225-241.
(JSTOR link).

Chesley, G. R. 1986. Interpretation of uncertainty expressions. *Contemporary Accounting Research* 2(2): 179-199.

Chesley, G. R. 1986. Interpretations des expressions d'incertitude. *Contemporary Accounting Research* 2(2): 200-221.

Chick, S. E. and P. Frazier. 2012. Sequential sampling witheconomics of selection procedures. *Management Science*
(March): 550-569.

Chiu, J. S. and D. T. DeCoster. 1966. Multiple product costing by multiple correlation analysis. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 673-680. (JSTOR link).

Christenson, C. 1955. Construction of present value tables for use in evaluating capital investment opportunities. *The Accounting Review*
(October): 666-672. (JSTOR link).

Churchill, N. 1964. Linear algebra and cost allocations: Some examples. *The Accounting Review* (October): 894-904.
(JSTOR link).

Churchman, C. W., R. L. Ackoff and E. L. Arnoff. 1957. *Introduction to Operations Research*. New York: John Wiley.

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