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Research Methodology Bibliography K-Z

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Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
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Kachelmeier, S. J., J. R. Smith and W. F. Yancey. 1994. Budgets as a credible threat: An experimental study of cheap talk and forward induction. Journal of Management Accounting Research (6): 144-174. Used a lab experiment with 120 subjects.

Kakkuri-Knuuttila, M., K. Lukka and J. Kuorikoski. 2008. Interpretive research in management accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(2-3): 267-291.

Kakkuri-Knuuttila, M., K. Lukka and J. Kuorikoski. 2008. No premature closures of debates, please: A response to Ahrens. Accounting, Organizations and Society 33(2-3): 298-301.

Kanodia, C. 1982. Discussion of models in managerial accounting. Journal of Accounting Research (Supplement: Studies on Current Research Methodologies in Accounting: A Critical Evaluation): 153-160. (JSTOR link).

Kaplan, N. 1959. The role of the research administrator. Administrative Science Quarterly 4(1): 20-42. (JSTOR link).

Kaplan, N. 1961. Research administration and the administrator: U.S.S.R. and U.S. Administrative Science Quarterly 6(1): 51-72. (JSTOR link).

Kaplan, R. S. 1981. The impact of management accounting research on policy and practice. In Buckley, J. W. Editor. The Impact of Accounting Research on Policy and Practice. Arthur Young Professors Roundtable: 57-76.

Kaplan, R. S. 1983. Comments on Wilson and Jensen. The Accounting Review (April): 340-346. (JSTOR link). (Part of a special section that includes 8 papers on research perspectives from related disciplines).

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. 1986. Role of empirical research in management accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 11(4-5): 429-452.

Kaplan, R. S. 1986. Research cultures in managerial accounting: Empirical research. Accounting and Culture. Annual meeting plenary session papers. American Accounting Association: 78-87. (Summary).

Kaplan, R. S. 1989. Connecting the research-teaching-practice triangle. Accounting Horizons (March): 129-132.

Kaplan, R. S. 1993. Research opportunities in management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 1-14. (Summary).

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

Kaplan, S. E. and J. T. Mackey. 1992. An examination of the association between organizational design factors and the use of accounting information for managerial performance evaluation. Journal of Management Accounting Research (4): 116-130. This paper provides a study based on Contingency theory, i.e., that there is a relationship between organizational structure and situation. The most effective organizational structure will depend, or be contingent on, the organization’s particular situation. Questionnaires from 47 firms. Questionnaire included in an appendix. Uses probit regression analysis. (Summary).

Kasanen, E., K. Lukka and A. Siitonen. 1993. The constructive approach in management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (5): 243-264. (Summary).

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.

Kennedy, D. B. 1992. Classification techniques in accounting research: Empirical evidence of comparative performance. Contemporary Accounting Research 8(2): 419-442.

Kennedy, J. L. and G. H. Putt. 1956. Administration of research in a research corporation. Administrative Science Quarterly 1(3): 326-339. (JSTOR link).

Kern, B. B. and M. H. Morris. 1994. Differences in the COMPUSTAT and expanded Value Line databases and the potential impact on empirical research. The Accounting Review (January): 274-284. (JSTOR link).

Kerr, S., J. Tolliver and D. Petree. 1977. Manuscript characteristics which influence acceptance for management and social science journals. The Academy of Management Journal 20(1): 132-141. (JSTOR link).

Keys, D. E. and J. A. Hendricks. 1984. The ethics of accounting research. Journal of Accounting Education 2(2): 77-88.

Kifner, J. 2001. Scholar sets off gastronomic false alarm. New York Times (September 8).

Kim, N. K. W. and E. M. Matsumura. 2017. Managerial accounting research in corporate social responsibility: A framework and opportunities for research. Advances in Management Accounting (28): 31-58.

King, G., R. O. Keohane and S. Verba. 1994. Designing Social Inquiry. Princeton University Press.

King, R. R. and D. E. Wallin. 1996. Managerial incentives for disclosure timing: An experimental investigation. Journal of Management Accounting Research (8): 117-136.

Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1986. Empirical accounting research design for Ph.D. students. The Accounting Review (April): 338-350. (JSTOR link).

Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1988. Attestation research opportunities: 1987. Contemporary Accounting Research 4(2): 416-425.

Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1988. L'attestation de recherche, 1987. Contemporary Accounting Research 4(2): 426-437.

Kinney, W. R. Jr. 1989. The relation of accounting research to teaching and practice: A "positive" view. Accounting Horizons (March): 119-124.

Kinney, W. R. Jr. 2001. Accounting scholarship: What is uniquely ours? The Accounting Review (April): 275-284. (JSTOR link).

Klemstine, C. F. and M. W. Maher. 1984. Management Accounting Research: A Review and Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing.

Klersey, G. F. and T. J. Mock. 1989. Verbal protocol research in auditing. Accounting, Organizations and Society 14(1-2): 133-151.

Kohlbeck, M. J., S. D. Krische, N. R. Mangold and S. G. Ryan. 2012. Financial market regulation and opportunities for accounting research. Accounting Horizons (September): 563-581.

Kohler, E. L. 1932. Needed: A research plan for accountancy. The Accounting Review (March): 1-10. (JSTOR link).

Konchitchki, Y. and D. E. O'Leary. 2011. Event study methodologies in information systems research. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 12(2): 99-115.

Kosh, A. S., C. E. Lefanowicz and J. R. Robinson. 2013. Regulation FD: A review and synthesis of the academic literature. Accounting Horizons (September): 619-646.

Kray, L. J., L. Thompson and A. Galinsky. 2001. Battle of the sexes: Gender stereotype confirmation and reactance in negotiations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (80): 942-958.

Kren, L. 1990. Performance in a budget-based control system: An extended expectancy theory model approach. Journal of Management Accounting Research (2): 100-112.

Kuhn, T. S. 1996. The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. 3rd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kulkarni, S. S., U. M. Apte and N. E. Evangelopoulos. 2014. The use of latent sematic analysis in operations management research. Decision Sciences 45(5): 971-994.

Kumar, N., L. W. Stern and J. C. Anderson. 1993. Conducting interorganizational research using key informants. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1633-1651. (JSTOR link).

Kumar, R. 2010. Research Methodology: A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners, 3rd edition. Sage Publications Ltd.

La Porte, T. R. 1965. Conditions of strain and accommodation in industrial research organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(1): 21-38. (JSTOR link).

Labro, E. 2015. Hobby horses ridden. Journal of Management Accounting Research 27(1): 133-138. (Part of the special section on management accounting research: Knowledge base, themes, and future directions).

Lara, J. M. G., B. G. Osma and B. G. de Albornoz Noguer. 2006. Effects of database choice on international accounting research. Abacus 42(3-4): 426-454.

Larcker, D. F. and T. O. Rusticus. 2010. On the use of instrumental variables in accounting research. Journal of Accounting and Economics (April): 186-205.

Largay, J. A. III. 2001. Three Rs and four Ws. Accounting Horizons (March): 71-72. (The essential characteristics of Horizons papers: Readability, Relevance, and Rigor. Early in the paper the authors must explain: What they are doing, Why they are doing it, What they found, and Why the findings are important).

Larsson, R. 1993. Case survey methodology: Quantitative analysis of patterns across case studies. The Academy of Management Journal 36(6): 1515-1546. (JSTOR link).

La Salle, B. 1959. Basic research in accounting. The Accounting Review (October): 603-608. (JSTOR link).

Lave, C. A., and J. G. March. 1993. An Introduction to Models in the Social Sciences. University Press of America.

Lee, F., D. Vogel and M. Limayem. 2003. Virtual community informatics: A review and research agenda. The Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA) 5(1):  47-61.

Lee, J. Y. 2003. Cost system research perspectives. Advances in Management Accounting (11): 39-57.

Lee, L., S. Petter, D. Fayard and S. Robinson. 2011. On the use of partial least squares path modeling in accounting research. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 12(4): 305-328.

Leisenring, J. J. and L. T. Johnson. 1994. Accounting research: On the relevance of research to practice. Accounting Horizons (December): 74-79.

Leitch, R. A. R. E. Steuer and J. T. Godfrey. 1995. A search process for multiple-objective management accounting problems: A budget illustration. Journal of Management Accounting Research (7): 87-121. Used a combined Tchebycheff / Aspiration criterion vector procedure.

Leitch, R. A. R. E. Steuer and J. T. Godfrey. 1995. A search process for multiple-objective management accounting problems: A budget illustration. Journal of Management Accounting Research (7): 87-121. (Used a laboratory experiment).

Lesage, C. and H. Wechtler. 2012. An inductive typology of auditing research. Contemporary Accounting Research 29(2): 487-504.

Lev, B. and J. A. Ohlson. 1982. Market-based empirical research in accounting: A review, interpretation, and extension. Journal of Accounting Research (Supplement: Studies on Current Research Methodologies in Accounting: A Critical Evaluation): 249-322. (JSTOR link).

Liang, T., J. S. Chandler, I. Han and J. Roan. 1992. An empirical investigation of some data effects on the classification accuracy of probit, ID3, and neural networks. Contemporary Accounting Research 9(1): 306-328.

Libby, R. 1983. Comments on Weick. The Accounting Review (April): 370-374. (JSTOR link). (Part of a special section that includes 8 papers on research perspectives from related disciplines).

Libby, R., R. Bloomfield and M. W. Nelson. 2002. Experimental research in financial accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(8): 775-810.

Libby, R. and B. L. Lewis. 1977. Human information processing research in accounting: The state of the art. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(3): 245-268.

Libby, R. and B. L. Lewis. 1982. Human information processing research in accounting: The state of the art in 1982. Accounting, Organizations and Society 7(3): 231-285.

Libby, T. and J. H. Waterhouse. 1996. Predicting change in management accounting systems. Journal of Management Accounting Research (8): 137-150.

Lieberson, S. 1985. Making it Count. University of California Press.

Lindsay, R. M. 1993. Incorporating statistical power into the test of significance procedure: A methodological and empirical inquiry. Behavioral Research In Accounting (5): 211-236.

Linnenluecke, M. K., J. Birt, X. Chen, X. Ling and T. Smith. 2017. Accounting research in Abacus, A&F, AAR, and AJM from 2008-2015: A review and research agenda. Abacus 53(2): 159-179.

Lipe, R. C. 2004. Frequently asked questions of a new editor. Accounting Horizons (March): 77-80.

Littlefield, W. J. 1961. Research program of Controllers Institute Research Foundation. The Accounting Review (January): 32-35. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1926. Research work at the University of Illinois. The Accounting Review (March): 31-38. (JSTOR link).

Littleton, A. C. 1937. Accounting theses: A list compiled. The Accounting Review (September): 313-315. (JSTOR link).

Liu, Q. and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2014. Editorial: Big questions in AIS research: Measurement, information processing, data analysis, and reporting. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 1-17.

Llewellyn, S. 1993. Working in hermeneutic circles in management accounting research: Some implications and applications. Management Accounting Research (September): 231-249.

Locke, K. and K. Golden-Biddle. 1997. Constructing opportunities for contribution: Structuring intertextual coherence and "problematizing" in organizational studies. The Academy of Management Journal 40(5): 1023-1062. (JSTOR link).

Locke, L. F., S. J. Silverman and W. W. Spirduso. Editors. 2009. Reading and Understanding Research, 3rd edition. Sage Publications Inc.

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

Lofland, J. and L. H. Lofland. 1994. Analyzing Social Settings: A Guide to Qualitative Observation and Analysis. Second edition. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company.

Long, R. G., W. P. Bowers, T. Barnett and M. C. White. 1998. Research productivity of graduates in management: Effects of academic origin and academic affiliation. The Academy of Management Journal 41(6): 704-714. (JSTOR link).

Lowe, A. and J. Locke. 2005. Perceptions of journal quality and research paradigm: Results of a web-based survey of British accounting academics. Accounting, Organizations and Society 30(1): 81-98.

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.

Luft, J. and M. D. Shields. 2002. Zimmerman's contentious conjectures: Describing the present and prescribing the future of empirical management accounting research. The European Accounting Review 11(4): 795-803. (Summary).

Luft, J. and M. D. Shields. 2003. Mapping management accounting: Graphics and guidelines for theory-consistent empirical research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 28(2-3): 169-249. (Summary).

Luft, J. and M. D. Shields. 2003. Erratum to "Mapping management accounting: Graphics and guidelines for theory consistent empirical research" [Accounting, Organizations and Society 28(2003) 169-249]. Accounting, Organizations and Society 28(7-8): 815.

Luft, J. and M. D. Shields. 2014. Subjectivity in developing and validating causal explanations in positivist accounting research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 39(7): 550-558.

Luft, J. L. 1997. Long-term change in management accounting: Perspectives from historical research. Journal of Management Accounting Research (9): 163-197. (Summary).

Lukka, K. 2010. The roles and effects of paradigms in accounting research. Management Accounting Research (June): 110-115.

Lukka, K. 2014. Exploring the possibilities for causal explanation in interpretive research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 39(7): 559-566.

Lukka, K. and E. Kasanen. 1995. The problem of generalizability: Anecdotes and evidence in accounting research. Accounting, Auditing and Accountability Journal 8(5): 71-90.

Lukka, K. and E. Kasanen. 1996. Is accounting a global or a local discipline? Evidence from major research journals. Accounting, Organizations and Society 21(7-8): 755-773.

Lukka, K. and J. Mouritsen. 2002. Homogeneity or heterogeneity of research in management accounting? The European Accounting Review 11(4): 805-811. (Summary).

Lukka, K. and M. Granlund. 2002. The fragmented communication structure within the accounting academia: The case of activity-based costing research genres. Accounting, Organizations and Society 27(1-2): 165-190.

Lukka, K. and S. Modell. 2010. Validation in interpretive management accounting research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(4): 462-477.

Malmi, T. 2010. Reflections on paradigms in action in accounting research. Management Accounting Research (June): 121-123.

Management Accounting Research. 2009. ENROAC - European Network for Research on Organizational and Accounting Change. Management Accounting Research (December): 296-297.

Marple, R. P. 1947. Research the key to improved industrial accounting. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (January 2): 531-539.

Martin, J. R. Not dated. Framework for Ph.D. study of management accounting. Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/FrameworkForPh.D.Study.htm

Martin, J. R. Not dated. The concept of validity. Management And Accounting Web. http://maaw.info/ValidityNotes.htm

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Macintosh, N. B. and R. W. Scapens. 1991. Management accounting and control systems: A structuration theory analysis. Journal of Management Accounting Research (3): 131-158.

Maddala, G. S. 1991. A perspective on the use of limited-dependent and qualitative variables models in accounting research. The Accounting Review (October): 788-807. (JSTOR link). (Part of a forum on the use of limited-dependent variables in accounting research).

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.

Marais, M. L. 1984. 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): 34-54. (JSTOR link).

Marais, M. L., J. M. Patell and M. A. Wolfson. 1984. The experimental design of classification models: An application of recursive partitioning and bootstrapping to commercial bank loan classifications. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Current Econometric Issues in Accounting Research): 87-114. (JSTOR link).

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Marczyk, G. R. 2005. Essentials of Research Design and Methodology. Wiley.

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Masli, A., V. J. Richardson, J. M. Sanchez and R. E. Smith. 2011. The business value of IT: A synthesis and framework of archival research. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 81-116.

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Mattessich, R. 2007. Two Hundred Years of Accounting Research. Psychology Press.

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Mautz, R. K. 1988. Some thoughts on balance. Accounting Horizons (December): 136-139.

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McElroy, J. C. and H. K. Downey. 1982. Observation in organizational research: Panacea to the performance-attribution effect? The Academy of Management Journal 25(4): 822-835. (JSTOR link).

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Mensah, Y. M. 1984. An examination of the stationarity of multivariate bankruptcy prediction models: A methodological study. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 380-395. (JSTOR link).

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Miller, C. C. 2006. From the editors: Peer review in the organizational and management sciences: Prevalence and effects of reviewer hostility, bias, and dissensus. The Academy of Management Journal 49(3): 425-431. (JSTOR link).

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Miller, P. B. W. 1978. Accounting research needs a more efficient market. Management Accounting (November): 27-34.

Mintzberg, H. 1978. Mintzberg's final paradigm. Administrative Science Quarterly 23(4): 635-636. (JSTOR link). (Reject any submitted paper with the word paradigm in the title).

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

Misiewicz, K. M. 1977. A macro-case analysis approach to tax research. The Accounting Review (October): 935-938. (JSTOR link).

Mittendorf, B. 2015. Introduction: Management accounting research: Knowledge base, themes, and future directions. Journal of Management Accounting Research 27(1): 121-122.

Mock, T. J. 1972. A decision tree approach to the methodological decision process. The Accounting Review (October): 826-829. (JSTOR link). (Note).

Modell, S. 2005. Triangulation between case study and survey methods in management accounting research: An assessment of validity implications. Management Accounting Research (June): 231-254.

Modell, S. 2009. In defence of triangulation: A critical realist approach to mixed methods research in management accounting. Management Accounting Research (September): 208-221.

Modell, S. 2010. Bridging the paradigm divide in management accounting research: The role of mixed methods approaches. Management Accounting Research (June): 124-129.

Modell, S., E. Vinnari and K. Lukka. 2017. On the virtues and vices of combining theories: The case of institutional and actor-network theories in accounting research. Accounting, Organizations and Society (60): 62-78.

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