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Behavioral Issues Bibliography A-B

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

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Abdel-Halim, A. A. 1981. Effects of role stress-job design-technology interaction on employee work satisfaction. The Academy of Management Journal 24(2): 260-273. (JSTOR link).

Abdel-Halim, A. A. 1983. Effects of task and personality characteristics on subordinate responses to participative decision making. The Academy of Management Journal 26(3): 477-484. (JSTOR link).

Abdel-Khalik, A. R. 1971. User preference ordering value: A model. The Accounting Review (July): 457-471. (JSTOR link).

Abdel-Khalik, A. R. 1988. Incentives for accruing costs and efficiency in regulated monopolies subject to ROE constraint. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Management's Ability and Incentives to Affect the Timing and Magnitude of Accounting Accruals): 144-174. (JSTOR link).

Abdolmohammadi, M. and A. Wright. 1987. An examination of the effects of experience and task complexity on audit judgments. The Accounting Review (January): 1-13. (JSTOR link).

Abele, J. 2011. Bringing minds together. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 86-93. ("Community building begins with convincing people who don't need to work together that they should.").

Abernethy, M. A. and E. Vagnoni. 2004. Power, organization design and managerial behavior. Accounting, Organizations and Society 29(3-4): 207-225.

Abernethy, M. A. and J. U. Stoelwinder. 1991. Budget use, task uncertainty, system goal orientation and subunit performance: A test of the 'fit' hypothesis in not-for-profit hospitals. Accounting, Organizations and Society 16(2): 105-120.

Abernethy, M. A. and P. Brownell. 1997. Management control systems in research and development organizations: The role of accounting, behavior and personnel controls. Accounting, Organizations and Society 22(3-4): 233-248.

Abrahamson, M. 1965. Cosmopolitanism, dependence-identification, and geographical mobility. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(1): 98-106. (JSTOR link).

Abrahamson, M. 1973. Talent complementarity and organizational stratification. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(2): 186-193. (JSTOR link).

Abrams, D. and M. A. Hogg. Eds. 1990. Social Identity Theory: Constructive and Critical Advances. Springer-Verlag New York, Inc.

Abruzzi, A. 1959. Rational systems and logics of action: The factory situation. Management Science (July): 369-386. (JSTOR link).

Acker, J. and D. R. Van Houten. 1974. Differential recruitment and control: The sex structuring of organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(2): 152-163. (JSTOR link).

Ackerman, D. E. 1945. Wage incentives - A management tool. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May 1): 807-816.

Ackerman, J. L. 2017. How value-based billing helps firm culture. The CPA Journal (February): 72-73. (Get rid of time sheets and focus on profitability and client satisfaction).

Ackoff, R. L. 1958. Towards a behavioral theory of communication. Management Science (April): 218-234. (JSTOR link).

Ackoff, R. L. and S. Rovin. 2003. Redesigning Society. Stanford Business Books.

Ackoff, R. L., F. Emery and B. Ruben. 2005. On Purposeful Systems: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Individual and Social Behavior as a System of Purposeful Events. Aldine Transaction.

Acland, D. 1976. The effects of behavioral indicators on investor decisions: An exploratory study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 133-142.

Adam, E. E. Jr. and W. E. Scott, Jr. 1971. The application of behavioral conditioning procedures to the problems of quality control. The Academy of Management Journal 14(2): 175-193. (JSTOR link).

Adams, J., R. W. Rice and D. Instone. 1984. Follower attitudes toward women and judgments concerning performance by female and male leaders. The Academy of Management Journal 27(3): 636-643. (JSTOR link).

Adams, J. R. and L. A. Swanson. 1976. Information processing behavior and estimating accuracy in operations management. The Academy of Management Journal 19(1): 98-110. (JSTOR link).

Adkins, C. L. 1995. Previous work experience and organizational socialization: A longitudinal examination. The Academy of Management Journal 38(3): 839-862. (JSTOR link).

Adler, N. J. 1984. Understanding the ways of understanding: Cross-cultural management methodology review. In R. N. Farmer. Advances in International Comparative Management. JAI Press: 31-67.

Adler, N. J., R. Doktor and R. Redding. 1986. From the Atlantic to the Pacific century: Cross-cultural management reviewed. 1986 Yearly Review of Management (3): 295-318.

Adler, P., C. Hecksher and L. Prusak. 2011. Building a collaborative enterprise. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-101.

Adler, P. A. and P. Adler. 1988. Intense loyalty in organizations: A case study of college athletics. Administrative Science Quarterly 33(3): 401-417. (JSTOR link).

Adler, P. S. and B. Borys. 1996. Two types of bureaucracy: Enabling and coercive. Administrative Science Quarterly 41 (March): 61-89.

Adler, P. S. and C. X. Chen. 2011. Combining creativity and control: Understanding individual motivation in large-scale collaborative creativity. Accounting, Organizations and Society 36(2): 63-85.

Adler, R. S. 2007. Negotiating with liars. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 69-74.

Adler, S., N. Aranya and J. Amernic. 1981. Community size, socialization, and the work needs of professionals. The Academy of Management Journal 24(3): 504-511. (JSTOR link).

Adomavicius, G., S. P. Curley, A. Gupta and P. Sanyal. 2012. Effect of information feedback on bidder behavior in continuous combinatorial auctions. Management Science (April): 811-830.

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.

Aiken, M., S. B. Bacharach and J. L. French. 1980. Organizational structure, work process, and proposal making in administrative bureaucracies. The Academy of Management Journal 23(4): 631-652. (JSTOR link).

Aiken, M. E., L. A. Blackett and G. Isaacs. 1975. Modeling behavioral interdependencies for stewardship reporting. The Accounting Review (July): 544-562. (JSTOR link).

Ajiferuke, M. and J. Boddewyn. 1970. "Culture" and other explanatory variables in comparative management studies. The Academy of Management Journal 13(2): 153-163. (JSTOR link).

Akter, M., J. Y. Lee and Y. Monden. 1999. Motivational impacts of the type and tightness of target cost information: A laboratory experiment. Advances in Management Accounting (8): 159-171.

Albanese, R. 1972. Profiles of P.O.M.C. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 371-374. (JSTOR link). (Surveys of 50 students' and 50 managers' sentiments towards the terms planning, organization, motivation, and control).

Albaum, G. 1964. Horizontal information flow: An exploratory study. The Academy of Management Journal 7(1): 21-33. (JSTOR link).

Albrecht, C., C. C. Albrecht, A. N. Sanford and V. M. Rocha. 2017. A better understanding of the Wells Fargo fraud: Through the lens of the fraud triangle. Cost Management (November/December): 35-40. (How employees rationalized their fraudulent activities).

Alcouffe, S., N. Berland and Y. Levant. 2008. Actor-networks and the diffusion of management accounting innovations: A comparative study. Management Accounting Research (March): 1-17.

Alderfer, C. P. 1977. A critique of Salancik and Pfeffer's examination of need-satisfaction theories. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(4): 658-669. (JSTOR link).

Alderfer, C. P. and K. K. Smith. 1982. Studying intergroup relations embedded in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 27(1): 35-65. (JSTOR link).

Alderfer, C. P. and R. A. Guzzo. 1979. Life experiences and adults' enduring strength of desires in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 24(3): 347-361. (JSTOR link).

Alderfer, C. P. and R. A. Guzzo. 1980. Errata: Life experiences and adults' enduring strength of desires in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 25(1): 147. (JSTOR link).

Alderfer, C. P., R. E. Kaplan and K. K. Smith. 1974. The effect of variations in relatedness need satisfaction on relatedness desires. Administrative Science Quarterly 19(4): 507-532. (JSTOR link).

Allan, H. T. 1966. An empirical test of choice and decision postulates in the Cyert-March behavioral theory of the firm. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(3): 405-413. (JSTOR link).

Allcorn, S., H. S. Gaum, M. A. Diamond and H. F. Stein. 1996. The Human Cost of a Management Failure. Quorum Books.

Allen, B. H. and W. R. LaFollette. 1977. Perceived organizational structure and alienation among management trainees. The Academy of Management Journal 20(2): 334-341. (JSTOR link).

Allen, L. E. 1958. Toward more clarity in business communications by modern logical methods. Management Science (October): 121-135. (JSTOR link).

Allen, N. J. and J. P. Meyer. 1990. Organizational socialization tactics: A longitudinal analysis of links to newcomers' commitment and role orientation. The Academy of Management Journal 33(4): 847-858. (JSTOR link).

Allen, R. F., C. Park and S. Pilnick. 1974. The shadow organization. Management Accounting (January): 11-14.

Allen, S. A. 1978. Organizational choices and general management influence networks in divisionalized companies. The Academy of Management Journal 21(3): 341-365. (JSTOR link).

Alles, M. and S. Datar. 2002. Control implications of worker identification with firm sales success. Management Accounting Research (June): 173-190.

Allon, G. and E. Hanany. 2012. Cutting in line: Social norms in queues. Management Science (March): 493-506.

Allport, C. D., J. A. Brozovsky and W. A. Kerler. 2010. How decision preference impacts the use of persuasive communication frames in accounting. Advances in Management Accounting (18): 111-148.

Altenburger, M. 2017. The effect of injunctive social norms and dissent on budget reporting honesty. Journal of International Accounting Research 16(2): 9-31.

Alter, C. 1990. An exploratory study of conflict and coordination in interorganizational service delivery systems. The Academy of Management Journal 33(3): 478-502. (JSTOR link).

Altimus, C. A. Jr. and R. J. Tersine. 1973. Chronological age and job satisfaction: The young blue collar worker. The Academy of Management Journal 16(1): 53-66. (JSTOR link).

Altum, O. R. 1951. A group incentive plan for the office. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (May): 1033-1039.

Alutto, J. A. and F. Acito. 1974. Decisional participation and sources of job satisfaction: A study of manufacturing personnel. The Academy of Management Journal 17(1): 160-167. (JSTOR link).

Alves, W. M. and P. H. Rossi. 1978. Who should get what? Fairness judgments of the distribution of earnings. American Journal of Sociology (November): 541-564.

Amabile, T. M. 1988. A model of creativity and innovation in organizations. Research in Organizational Behavior (10). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press: 123-167.

Amable, T. M. 1998. How to kill creativity: Keep doing what you're doing. Or, if you want to spark innovation, rethink how you motivate, reward, and assign work to people. Harvard Business Review (September-October): 77- 87. (Summary).

Amabile, T. M. and S. J. Kramer. 2007. Inner work life: Understanding the subtext of business performance. Harvard Business Review (May): 72-83. (Performance is driven by the workers' state of mind).

Amabile, T. M. and S. J. Kramer. 2011. The power of small wins. Harvard Business Review (May): 70-80. ("In a 1968 issue of HBR, Frederick Herzberg published a now-classic article titled "One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees?" Our findings are consistent with his message: People are most satisfied with their jobs (and therefore most motivated) when those jobs give them the opportunity to experience achievement." See Herzberg, F. 2003. One more time: How do you motivate employees? Harvard Business Review (January): 87-96. (Summary)).

Amabile, T. M., S. G. Barsade, J. S. Mueller and B. M. Staw. 2005. Affect and creativity at work. Administrative Science Quarterly 50(3): 367-403. (JSTOR link).

Amaldoss, W. and S. Jain. 2005. Conspicuous consumption and sophisticated thinking. Management Science (October): 1449-1466. (JSTOR link).

Ameen, E., S. M. Bruns and C. Jackson. 2010. Communication skills and accounting: Do perceptions match reality? The CPA Journal (July): 63-65.

Ameen, E. C., C. Jackson, W. R. Pasewark and J. R. Strawser. 1995. An empirical investigation of the antecedents and consequences of job insecurity on the turnover intentions of academic accountants. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 65-82.

Amer, E. D., R. G. Brody and J. J. Masselli. 2005. A cross-cultural analysis of student perceptions of gender diversity, family status and hiring practices in Spain and the United States. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (2): 37-52.

Amer, T. S. and S. Ravindran. 2010. The effect of visual illusions on the graphical display of information. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 23-42.

Ancona, D. G., T. A. Kochan, J. V. Maanen, M. Sculley, D. E. Westney, D. M. Kolb, S. J. Ashford and J. E. Dutton. 2004. Managing for the Future: Organizational Behavior and Processes, 3e. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Anderson, B., J. Berger, B. P. Cohen and M. Zelditch, Jr. 1966. Status classes in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(2): 264-283. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, C. R. and F. T. Paine. 1975. Managerial perceptions and strategic behavior. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 811-823. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, C. R., D. Hellriegel and J. W. Slocum, Jr. 1977. Managerial response to environmentally induced stress. The Academy of Management Journal 20(2): 260-272. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, J. A. 1975. Information interactions and accounting information user reactions. The Accounting Review (July): 509-511. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, M. J. 1988. A comparative analysis of information search and evaluation behavior of professional and non-professional analysts. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(5): 431-446.

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.

Ansari, S. L. 1976. Behavioral factors in variance control: Report on a laboratory experiment. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 189-211. (JSTOR link).

Anthony, R. N. 1990. The bad and good of experience. Management Accounting (January): 36-37.

Aquino, K., R. W. Griffeth, D. G. Allen and P. W. Hom. 1997. Integrating justice constructs into the turnover process: A test of a referent cognitions model. The Academy of Management Journal 40(5): 1208-1227. (JSTOR link).

Aquino, K., S. L. Grover, M. Bradfield and D. G. Allen. 1999. The effects of negative affectivity, hierarchical status, and self-determination on workplace victimization. The Academy of Management Journal 42(3): 260-272. (JSTOR link).

Aram, J. D., C. P. Morgan and E. S. Esbeck. 1971. Relation of collaborative interpersonal relationships to individual satisfaction and organizational performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 16(3): 289-297. (JSTOR link).

Aranya, N. and J. T. Wheeler. 1986. Accountants' personality types and their commitment to organization and profession. Contemporary Accounting Research 3(1): 184-199.

Aranya, N., R. Lachman and J. Amernic. 1982. Accountants' job satisfaction: A path analysis. Accounting, Organizations and Society 7(3): 201-215.

Archer, M. S. 1996. Culture and Agency: The Place of Culture in Social Theory. Cambridge University Press.

Argyris, C. 1952. The Impact of Budgets on People. New York: Controllership Foundation.

Argyris, C. 1953. Human problems with budgets. The Harvard Business Review (January-February): 97-110.

Argyris, C. 1957. The individual and organization: Some problems of mutual adjustment. Administrative Science Quarterly 2(1): 1-24. (JSTOR link).

Argyris, C. 1959. The individual and organization: An empirical test. Administrative Science Quarterly 4(2): 145-167. (JSTOR link).

Argyris, C. 1958. Some problems in conceptualizing organizational climate: A case study of a bank. Administrative Science Quarterly 2(4): 501-520. (JSTOR link).

Argyris, C. 1970. Intervention Theory and Method. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley.

Argyris, C. 1973. Personality and organization theory revisited. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(2): 141-167. (JSTOR link).

Argyris C. 1977. Organizational learning and management information systems. Accounting, Organizations and Society 2(2): 113-123.

Argyris, C. 1982. Reasoning, Learning, and Action. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Argyris, C. 1991. Teaching smart people how to learn. Harvard Business Review (May-June): 99-109.

Argyris, C. 1993. Knowledge for Action. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Argyris, C. 1993. Education for leading learning. Organizational Dynamics (Winter).

Argyris, C. and R. S. Kaplan. 1994. Implementing new knowledge: The case of activity-based costing. Accounting Horizons (September): 83-105. (Summary).

Ariely, D. 2009. The end of rational economics. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 78-84.

Ariely, D. 2010. The Upside of Irrationality: The unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home. Harper.

Arkes, H. R. and C. Blumer. 1985. The psychology of sunk cost. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 35(1): 124-140. (The paper describes how past investments of time and effort affect decision making).

Armenakis, A. and L. Smith. 1978. A practical alternative to comparison group designs in OD evaluations: The abbreviated time series design . The Academy of Management Journal 21(3): 499-507. (JSTOR link).

Armstrong, M. B. 1987. Moral development and accounting education. Journal of Accounting Education 5(1): 27-43.

Arnaiz, O. G. and V. Salas-Fumás. 2008. Performance standards and optimal incentives. Journal of Accounting and Economics (March): 139-152.

Arnold, H. J. 1985. Task performance, perceived competence, and attributed causes of performance as determinants of intrinsic motivation. The Academy of Management Journal 28(4): 876-888. (JSTOR link).

Arnold, H. J. and D. C. Feldman. 1981. Social desirability response bias in self-report choice situations. The Academy of Management Journal 24(2): 377-385. (JSTOR link).

Arnold, H. J., D. C. Feldman and M. Purbhoo. 1985. The role of social-desirability response bias in turnover research. The Academy of Management Journal 28(4): 955-966. (JSTOR link).

Arnold, V. 2010. Advances in Accounting Behavioural Research (13). Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Arnold, V. and S. G. Sutton. 1997. Behavioral Accounting Research: Foundations and Frontiers. American Accounting Association.

Aronoff, C. 1975. The rise of the behavioral perspective in selected general management textbooks: An empirical investigation through content analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 753-768. (JSTOR link).

Arrington, C. E. and J. R. Francis. 1993. Accounting as a human practice: The appeal of other voices. Accounting, Organizations and Society 18(2-3): 105-106.

Arrington, C. E. and J. R. Francis. 1993. Giving economic accounts: Accounting as cultural practice. Accounting, Organizations and Society 18(2-3): 107-124.

Arrow, K. J. 1963. Social Choice and Individual Values. 2nd edition. Yale University Press.

Arthur, J. B. and L. Aiman-Smith. 2001. Gainsharing and organizational learning: An analysis of employee suggestions over time. The Academy of Management Journal 44(4): 737-754. (JSTOR link).

Arvey, R. D., G. A. Davis, S. L. McGowen and R. L. Dipboye. 1982. Potential sources of bias in job analytic processes. The Academy of Management Journal 25(3): 618-629. (JSTOR link).

Arya, A. and B. Mittendorf. 2004. Benefits of a slanted view: A discussion of ‘disclosure bias’. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 251-262.

Arya, A. and B. Mittendorf. 2005. Using disclosure to influence herd behavior and alter competition. Journal of Accounting and Economics (December): 231-246.

Arya, A. and J. Glover. 1996. Verification of historical cost reports. The Accounting Review (April): 255-269. (JSTOR link).

Arya, A., J. Fellingham, and J. Glover. 1997. Teams, repeated tasks, and implicit incentives. Journal of Accounting and Economics (May): 7-30.

Asare, S. K. and L. S. McDaniel. 1996. The effects of familiarity with the preparer and task complexity on the effectiveness of the audit review process. The Accounting Review (April): 139-159. (JSTOR link).

Ashforth, B. E. and A. M. Saks. 1996. Socialization tactics: Longitudinal effects on newcomer adjustment. The Academy of Management Journal 39(1): 149-178. (JSTOR link).

Ashford, S. J. 1986. Feedback-seeking in individual adaptation: A resource perspective. The Academy of Management Journal 29(3): 465-487. (JSTOR link).

Ashford, S. J., C. Lee and P. Bobko. 1989. Content, causes, and consequences of job insecurity: A theory-based measure and substantive test. The Academy of Management Journal 32(4): 803-829. (JSTOR link).

Ashkanasy, N. M. and S. Holmes. 1995. Perceptions of organizational ideology following merger: A longitudinal study of merging accounting firms. Accounting, Organizations and Society 20(1): 19-34.

Ashraf, N. 2013. Rx: Human nature. Harvard Business Review (April): 119-125. (Behavior and health).

Ashton, R. H. 1974. Behavioral implications of taxation: A comment. The Accounting Review (October): 831-833. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. 1976. Cognitive changes induced by accounting changes: Experimental evidence on the functional fixation hypothesis. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Human Information Processing in Accounting): 1-17. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. 1979. Some implications of parameter sensitivity research for judgment modeling in accounting. The Accounting Review (January): 170-179. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. 1981. A descriptive study of information evaluation. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 42-61. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. 1982. Human Information Processing in Accounting. Studies in Accounting Research (17). American Accounting Association.

Ashton, R. H. 1987. Discussion comments. In Accounting and Culture: Plenary Session Papers and Discussants' Comments from the 1986 Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association, edited by B. E. Cushing. American Accounting Association: 64-68. (Ashton's discussion follows papers by Hopwood and March.) (Summary).

Ashton, R. H. 1990. Pressure and performance in accounting decision settings: Paradoxical effects of incentives, feedback, and justification. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Judgment in Accounting and Auditing): 148-180. (JSTOR link).

Ashton, R. H. and S. S. Kramer. 1980. Students as surrogates in behavioral accounting research: Some evidence. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 1-15. (JSTOR link).

Assael, H. 1969. Constructive role of interorganizational conflict. Administrative Science Quarterly 14(4): 573-582. (JSTOR link).

Asthana, S. 2001. The impact of regulatory and audit environment on managers' discretionary accounting choices: The case of SFAS No. 106. Accounting and the Public Interest (1): 73-96.

Athanassiades, J. C. 1973. The distortion of upward communication in hierarchical organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 16(2): 207-226. (JSTOR link).

Atkinson, A. A. 1979. Information incentives in a standard-setting model of control. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 1-22. (JSTOR link).

Aucoin, S. A. 1988. 10 steps to winning approval of a new reporting system. Management Accounting (June): 50-52, 54.

Audia, P. G., E. A. Locke and K. G. Smith. 2000. The paradox of success: An archival and a laboratory study of strategic persistence following radical environmental change. The Academy of Management Journal 43(5): 837-853. (JSTOR link).

August, T. and T. I. Tunca. 2006. Network software security and user incentives. Management Science (November): 1703-1720. (JSTOR link).

Austin, R. D. and R. L. Nolan. 2007. Bridging the gap between stewards and creators. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 29-36.

Autrey, R. L., S. S. Dikolli and D. P. Newman. 2010. Performance measure aggregation, career incentives, and explicit incentives. Journal of Management Accounting Research (22): 115-131.

Avolio, B. J., D. A. Waldman and M. A. McDaniel. 1990. Age and work performance in nonmanagerial jobs: The effects of experience and occupational type. The Academy of Management Journal 33(2): 407-422. (JSTOR link). 1990. Errata: Age and work performance in nonmanagerial jobs: The effects of experience and occupational type. The Academy of Management Journal 33(3): 652. (JSTOR link).

Avolio, B. J., J. M. Howell and J. J. Sosik. 1999. A funny thing happened on the way to the bottom line: Humor as a moderator of leadership style effects. The Academy of Management Journal 42(2): 219-227. (JSTOR link).

Awasthi, V. and J. Pratt. 1990. The effects of monetary incentives on effort and decision performance: The role of cognitive characteristics. The Accounting Review (October): 797-811. (JSTOR link).

Awasthi, V. N., C. W. Chow and A. Wu. 1997. Sensitizing accounting students to cultural diversity: Reporting on a teaching experiment. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 77-80.

Awasthi, V. N., C. W. Chow and A. Wu. 1998. Performance measure and resource expenditure choices in a teamwork environment: The effects of national culture. Management Accounting Research (June): 119-138.

Ax, C. and J. Greve. 2017. Adoption of management accounting innovations: Organizational culture compatibility and perceived outcomes. Management Accounting Research (March): 59-74.

Azim, A. N. and F. G. Boseman. 1975. An empirical assessment of Etzioni's topology of power and involvement within a university setting. The Academy of Management Journal 18(4): 680-689. (JSTOR link).

Bacharach, S. B. and M. Aiken. 1977. Communication in administrative bureaucracies. The Academy of Management Journal 20(3): 365-377. (JSTOR link).

Bacharach, S. B. and P. A. Bamberger. 2007. 9/11 and New York City firefighter's post hoc unit support and control climates: A context theory of the consequences of involvement in traumatic work-related events. The Academy of Management Journal 50(4): 849-868. (JSTOR link).

Bacharach, S. B., P. A. Bamberger and D. Vashdi. 2005. Diversity and homophily at work: Supportive relations among white and African-American peers. The Academy of Management Journal 48(4): 619-644. (JSTOR link).

Bacharach, S. B., P. A. Bamberger and W. J. Sonnenstuhl. 2002. Driven to drink: Managerial control, work-related risk factors, and employee problem drinking. The Academy of Management Journal 45(4): 637-658. (JSTOR link).

Baehr, M. E. and R. Renck. 1958. The definition and measurement of employee morale. Administrative Science Quarterly 3(2): 157-184. (JSTOR link).

Bagley, P. L., D. Dalton and M. Ortegren. 2012. The factors that affect accountants' decisions to seek careers with Big 4 versus non-Big 4 accounting firms. Accounting Horizons (June): 239-264.

Bagnoli, M. and S. G. Watts. 2013. Knowing versus telling private information about a rival. Journal of Management Accounting Research (25): 35-57.

Baik, B., J. H. Evans III, K. Kim and Y. Yanadori. 2016. White collar incentives. Accounting, Organizations and Society (53): 34-49.

Bailey, A. D. Jr. 1995. The practicing professional's mental model: Are we creating the right mental models for new professionals? Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 191-195.

Bailey, C. and A. Madden. 2016. What makes work meaningful - or meaningless. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 53-61.

Bailey, C. D. and N. J. Fessler. 2011. The moderating effects of task complexity and task attractiveness on the impact of monetary incentives in repeated tasks. Journal of Management Accounting Research (23): 189-210.

Bailey, C. D., L. D. Brown and A. F. Cocco. 1998. The effects of monetary incentives on worker learning and performance in an assembly task. Journal of Management Accounting Research (10): 119-131. (Summary).

Bailey, C. D., T. J. Phillips, Jr. and S. B. Scofield. 2005. Does "political bias" in the DIT or DIT-2 threaten validity in studies of CPAs? Behavioral Research in Accounting (17): 23-42.

Bailey, R., D. Dickins and A. Scarlata. 2013. Success in industry-based accounting careers: A survey of contributing factors. The CPA Journal (January): 63-65.

Baiman, S. and B. L. Lewis. 1989. An experiment testing the behavioral equivalence of strategically equivalent employment contracts. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 1-20. (JSTOR link).

Baiman, S. and M. V. Rajan. 1995. The informational advantages of discretionary bonus schemes. The Accounting Review (October): 557-579. (JSTOR link).

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