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Ha, A. Y., S. Tong and H. Zhang. 2011. Sharing demand information in competing supply chains with production diseconomies. Management Science (March): 566-581.

Haanaes, K., B. Balagopal, D. Arthur, M. T. Kong, I. Velken, N. Kruschwitz and M. S. Hopkins. 2011. First look: The second annual sustainability & innovation survey. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 77-83.

Haanaes, K., B. Balagopal, M. T. Kong, I. Velken, D. Arthur, M. S. Hopkins and N. Kruschwitz. 2011. New sustainability study: The 'embracers' seize advantage. MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 23-35.

Haanaes, K., D. Michael, J. Jurgens and S. Rangan. 2013. Making sustainability profitable. Harvard Business Review (March): 110-115.

Haas, E. and L. Collen. 1963. Administrative practices in university departments. Administrative Science Quarterly 8(1): 44-60. (JSTOR link).

Haas, E. A. 1987. Breakthrough manufacturing. Harvard Business Review (March-April): 75-81.

Haas, M. and M. Mortensen. 2016. The secrets of great teamwork. Harvard Business Review (June): 70-76.

Haas, M. R. 2003. Review: Organizational Knowledge in the Making: How Firms Create, Use, and Institutionalize Knowledge by Gerardo Patriotta. Administrative Science Quarterly 48(4): 690-692. (JSTOR link).

Haas, M. R. 2006. Knowledge gathering, team capabilities, and project performance in challenging work environments. Management Science (August): 1170-1184. (JSTOR link).

Haas, S. 2015. Disappointment makes you more trusting. Harvard Business Review (October): 36-37.

Haase, P. 1971. Financial Executives Institute: The First Forty Years. FEI.

Haber, J. and K. Wallace. 2017. Preparing the statement of cash flows using the direct method: Illustrating a simpler approach. The CPA Journal (April): 52-55.

Haberfeld, Y. 1992. Employment discrimination: An organizational model. The Academy of Management Journal 35(1): 161-180. (JSTOR link).

Habermann, M. J. Blackhurst and A. Y. Metcalf. 2015. Keep your friends close? Supply chain design and disruption risk. Decision Sciences 46(3): 491-526.

Haberstroh, C. J. 1960. Control as an organizational process. Management Science (January): 165-171. (JSTOR link).

Haberstroh, C. J. 1961. Administration of safety in the steel industry. Management Science (July): 436-444. (JSTOR link).

Habib, A., M. Hossain and H. Jiang. 2011. Environmental uncertainty and the market pricing of earnings smoothness. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 27(2): 256-265.

Habib, G. M. 1987. Measures of manifest conflict in international joint ventures. The Academy of Management Journal 30(4): 808-816. (JSTOR link).

Habib, A. 2008. Corporate transparency, financial development and the allocation of capital: Empirical evidence. Abacus 44(1): 1-21.

Habib, A. 2012. Non-audit service fees and financial reporting quality: A meta-analysis. Abacus 48(2): 214-248.

Habib, A., H. Jiang and D. Zhou. 2015. Related-party transactions and audit fees: Evidence from China. Journal of International Accounting Research 14(1): 59-83.

Habibi, S., Amin-Naseri and M. Limayem. 2009. Understanding The Use of Technology-Based Self Service: The Consumers' Point of View. Lambert Academic Publishing. Germany.

Habiby, A. S. and D. M. Coyle Jr. 2010. The high-intensity entrepreneur. Harvard Business Review (September): 74-78.

Hackenbrack, K. 1992. Implications of seemingly irrelevant evidence in audit judgment. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 126-136. (JSTOR link).

Hackenbrack, K. 1997. Discussion of determinants of the justifiability of performance in ill- structured audit tasks. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Experts and the Application of Expertise in Accounting, Auditing, and Tax): 125-130. (JSTOR link).

Hackenbrack, K. and M. W. Nelson. 1996. Auditors' incentives and their application of financial accounting standards. The Accounting Review (January): 43-59. (JSTOR link).

Hackenbrack, K., K. L. Jensen and J. L. Payne. 2000. The effect of a bidding restriction on the audit services market. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 355-374. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, A. F. 1957. Telling Mr. Brown what he wants to know. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March): 881-885.

Hackett, J. P. 2007. Preparing for the prefect product launch. Harvard Business Review (April): 45-50 .

Hackett, R. D., P. Bycio and R. M. Guion. 1989. Absenteeism among hospital nurses: An idiographic-longitudinal analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 32(2): 424-453. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1933. Recent developments in governmental and institutional accounting. The Accounting Review (June): 122-127. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1933. A second course in accountancy. The Accounting Review (June): 160. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1935. Consistency in prepaid expenses. The Accounting Review (June): 206-209. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1937. Property accounts for municipalities. The Accounting Review (March): 64-68. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1938. Governmental accounting in the education of the public accountant. The Accounting Review (December): 390-392. (JSTOR link).

Hackett, R. P. 1944. Encumbrance accounting for industry. The Accounting Review (July): 294-298. (JSTOR link).

Hacklin, F., B. Battistini and G. Von Krogh. 2013. Strategic choices in converging industries. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 65-73.

Hackman, J. D. 1985. Erratum: Power and centrality in the allocation of resources in colleges and universities. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(3): 425. (JSTOR link).

Hackman, J. D. 1985. Power and centrality in the allocation of resources in colleges and universities. Administrative Science Quarterly 30(1): 61-77. (JSTOR link).

Hackman, J. R. 2002. Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances. Harvard Business School Press.

Hackman, J. R. and R. Wageman. 1995. Total quality management: Empirical, conceptual, and practical issues. Administrative Science Quarterly 40(2): 309-342. (JSTOR link).

Hackman, J. R. and R. E. Kaplan. 1974. Interventions into group process: An approach to improving the effectiveness of groups. Decision Sciences 5(3): 459-480.

Haddleton, G. 1998. 10 rules for selecting budget management software. Management Accounting (January): 24, 26-27.

Hadeed, F. 1952. Property and sales records for nonfederal taxes. N.A.C.A. Bulletin (March): 813-817.

Hadjicharalambous, C. and M. Preis. 2004. Antecedents of opportunism in channels of distribution: The mediating roles of conflict, satisfaction, and performance. Journal of Business Industry and Economics (4): 33-47.

Hadjinicola, G. C., C. Charalambous and E. Muller. 2013. Product positioning using a self-organizing map and the rings of influence. Decision Sciences 44(3): 431-461.

Hadley, G. 1962. Generalizations of the optimal final inventory model. Management Science (July): 454-457. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, G. 1964. A comparison of order quantities computed using the average annual cost and the discounted cost. Management Science (April): 472-476. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, G. and T. M. Whitin. 1961. A family of inventory models. Management Science (July): 351-371. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, G. and T. M. Whitin. 1961. An optimal final inventory model. Management Science (January): 179-183. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, G. and T. M. Whitin. 1962. A family of dynamic inventory models. Management Science (July): 458-469. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, G. and T. M. Whitin. 1962. Analysis of Inventory Systems. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.

Hadley, G. D. and T. E. Balke. 1979. A comparison of academic and practitioner views of content levels in the undergraduate accounting curriculum. The Accounting Review (April): 383-389. (JSTOR link).

Hadley, S. 2004. Making the supply chain management business case. Strategic Finance (April): 28-34.

Hadley, S. W. 2004. A modern view of inventory. Strategic Finance (July): 30-35.

Hadley, S. W. 2004. Safety inventory analysis: Why and how? Strategic Finance (September): 26-33.

Hadley, W. B. 1914. Municipal accounting, reporting and budget making. Journal of Accountancy (May): 355-363.

Haedicke, J. and D. Feil. 1991. In a DOD environment: Hughes Aircraft sets the standard for ABC. Management Accounting (February): 29-33.

Haenisch, F. A. 1921. Some cost problems in the Hawaiian sugar industry. National Association of Cost Accountants Official Publications (November): 3-16.

Hafner, G. F. 1964. Auditing E.D.P. The Accounting Review (October): 979-982. (JSTOR link).

Hafter, R. A. and R. C. Sparks. 1986. Can you evaluate your R&D spending? Management Accounting (January): 53-55.

Hafzalla, N. M. 2009. Managerial incentives for discretionary disclosure: Evidence from management leveraged buyouts. Review of Accounting Studies 14(4): 507-533.

Hagaman, T. C. 1990. At risk! Management Accounting (January): 41-43. (Related to bank failure).

Hagan, B. and B. Wilkinson. 2014. Intangible migration and the challenges of the patent box. Strategic Finance (November): 47-51. (Need for international consensus).

Hage, J. 1965. An axiomatic theory of organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 10(3): 289-320. (JSTOR link).

Hage, J. 1966. An axiomatic theory of organizations: Reply. Administrative Science Quarterly 11(1): 141-146. (JSTOR link).

Hage, J. and M. Aiken. 1969. Routine technology, social structure, and organization goals. Administrative Science Quarterly 14(3): 366-376. (JSTOR link).

Hage, J. and R. Dewar. 1973. Elite values versus organizational structure in predicting innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly 18(3): 279-290. (JSTOR link).

Hagel, J. 2012. Bridging the ethical divide: Survey finds firms lagging. Journal of Accountancy (July): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2012. CFO Round Table: Managing uncertainty. Journal of Accountancy (June): 94-98.

Hagel, J. 2012. Developing the talent pipeline. Journal of Accountancy (November): 24-25.

Hagel, J. 2012. Executives turn data into internal insight. Journal of Accountancy (May): 26-27.

Hagel, J. 2012. New skills for an evolving profession. Journal of Accountancy (August): 24-25.

Hagel, J. 2012. The merits of thinking the unthinkable. Journal of Accountancy (October): 18-19.

Hagel, J. 2013. How to be a better delegator. Journal of Accountancy (December): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2013. Finance's role in fostering innovation. Journal of Accountancy (August): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2013. Five skills that distinguish innovators. Journal of Accountancy (July): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2013. Saving face in the Facebook age. Journal of Accountancy (October): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2013. The global finance function: Five focal points. Journal of Accountancy (September): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2013. Why accountants should own big data. Journal of Accountancy (November): 20-21. (Business intelligence).

Hagel, J. 2014. 10 tips for implementing shared services. Journal of Accountancy (March): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. 6 tips for integrated thinking. Journal of Accountancy (December): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. Expanded role requires expanded skills. Journal of Accountancy (October): 20-21. (CFOs' expanded role).

Hagel, J. 2014. How to better connect planning, forecasting, and budgeting. Journal of Accountancy (April): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. Meeting the challenge of the young and the restless. Journal of Accountancy (May): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. Move over, strategy: Compliance needs you. Journal of Accountancy (June): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2014. Nimble thinking takes the lead. Journal of Accountancy (August): 24-25. (Finance professionals need business acumen and a global view).

Hagel, J. 2014. Nine ways to improve data security. Journal of Accountancy (September): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2014. Not-for-profits delve into risk management. Journal of Accountancy (November): 24-25.

Hagel, J. 2014. Smart ways to tap accountants' business process acumen. Journal of Accountancy (February): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. The four D's of better strategic planning. Journal of Accountancy (July): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2014. The top priorities for finance in 2014. Journal of Accountancy (January): 25-26.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: Are you a scorekeeper or a business partner? Journal of Accountancy (September): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: Bringing analytics to life. Journal of Accountancy (February): 24-25.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: Developing finance leaders. Journal of Accountancy (July): 22-23.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: Ethics, reputation, and compliance gain as corporate priorities. Journal of Accountancy (March): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: How to make flexible working work. Journal of Accountancy (April/May): 28-29.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: How to meet the challenge of the open workplace. Journal of Accountancy (January): 20-21.

Hagel, J. 2015. From CGMA Magazine: Internal pressures challenge internal auditors' objectivity. Journal of Accountancy (June): 20-22.

Hagel, J. 2016. Return from the wings: As you prepare to bow out of your career, here is advice on finding a different role for your encore. Journal of Accountancy (March): 24-27.

Hage, J. and M. Aiken. 1967. Relationship of centralization to other structural properties. Administrative Science Quarterly 12(1): 72-92. (JSTOR link).

Hagel, J. III. 2002. Leveraged growth: Expanding sales without sacrificing profits. Harvard Business Review (October): 68-77. (Build on other companies' assets).

Hagel, J. III. 2002. Out of the Box: Strategies for Achieving Profits Today and Growth Tomorrow through Web Services. Harvard Business School Press.

Hagel, J. III. and J. S. Brown. 2005. Productive friction: How difficult business partnerships can accelerate innovation. Harvard Business Review (February): 82-91.

Hagel, J. III., J. S. Brown and L. Davison. 2008. Shaping strategy in a world of constant disruption. Harvard Business Review (October): 80-89.

Hagel, J. III., J. S. Brown and L. Davison. 2009. The big shift: Measuring the forces of change. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 86-89. (A framework for understanding the forces of change in the competitive landscape - The shift index).

Hagel, J. III., J. S. Brown and L. Davison. 2010. The Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion. Basic Books. (For a review see Hayashi, A. M. 2010. Are you 'pushing' in a 'pull' world? MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring): 16-18).

Hagen, E. 1949. National accounting systems and the European recovery program. The Accounting Review (July): 248-254. (JSTOR link).

Hagen, H. O. 1959. How we achieved ready control of fixed asset detail. N.A.A. Bulletin (July): 72-78.

Hager, H. C. 1976. Cash management and the cash cycle. Management Accounting (March): 19-21.

Hageman, A. M. and d. B. Schmitt. 2014. Institutional and political antecedents of interjurisdictional tax harmonization: Lessons from three states. Accounting and the Public Interest (14): 1-33.

Hageman, A. M., V. Arnold and S. G. Sutton. 2009. Starving the beast: Using tax policy and governmental budgeting to drive social policy. Accounting and the Public Interest (9): 10-38.

Hagerman, R. L. 1975. A test of government regulation of accounting principles. The Accounting Review (October): 699-709. (JSTOR link).

Hagerman, R. L. 1978. The Metcalf report: Selling some assumptions. Management Accounting (January): 13-16.

Hagerman, R. L. 1980. Accounting in the Bible. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 71-76. (JSTOR link).

Hagerman, R. L. and C. H. Hagerman. 1989. Research promotion standards at selected accounting programs. Issues in Accounting Education (Fall): 265-279.

Hagerman, R. L. and M. E. Zmijewski. 1979. Some economic determinants of accounting policy choice. Journal of Accounting and Economics (August): 141-161.

Hagerman, R. L., M. E. Zmijewski and P. Shah. 1984. The association between the magnitude of quarterly earnings forecast errors and risk-adjusted stock returns. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 526-540. (JSTOR link).

Hagerty, J. E. 1907. Commercial Credit. Journal of Accountancy (April): 429-437.

Hagerty, J. E. 1907. History of the National Credit Men's Association. Journal of Accountancy (November): 44-56.

Hagerty, J. E. 1907. Mercantile agencies. Journal of Accountancy (August): 261-271.

Hagerty, J. E. 1907. The credit man. Journal of Accountancy (June): 112-121.

Hagg, I., A. Magnusson and L. A. Samuelson. 1988. Research on budgetary control in the nordic countries - A survey. Accounting, Organizations and Society 13(5): 535-547.

Hagg, I. and G. Hedlund. 1979. "Case studies" in accounting research. Accounting, Organizations and Society 4(1-2): 135-143.

Haggard, K. S., J. S. Howe and A. A. Lynch. 2015. Do baths muddy the waters or clear the air? Journal of Accounting and Economics (February): 105-117.

Hagiu, A. 2014. Strategic decisions for multisided platforms. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 71-80.

Hagiu, A. and D. B. Yoffie. 2009. What's your Google strategy? Harvard Business Review (April): 74-81.

Hagiu, A. and E. J. Altman. 2017. Finding the platform in your product: Four strategies that can reveal hidden value. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 94-100.

Hagiu, A. and J. Wright. 2013. Do you really want to be an eBay? Harvard Business Review (March): 102-108.

Hagiu, A. and S. Rothman. 2016. Network effects aren't enough: The hidden traps in building an online marketplace. Harvard Business Review (April): 64-71.

Hagler, J. L. 1974. The franchise fee. Management Accounting (July): 49-51.

Haglund, B. E. 1966. Inventory: Lower of cost or market. The Accounting Review (October): 772. (JSTOR link).

Hagstrom, W. O. 1964. Traditional and modern forms of scientific teamwork. Administrative Science Quarterly 9(3): 241-263. (JSTOR link).

Hagy, J. C. 2017. How to obtain rescission of a 90-day letter. Journal of Accountancy (April): 56.

Hah, C. and R. M. Lindquist. 1975. The 1952 steel seizure revisited: A systematic study in presidential decision making. Administrative Science Quarterly 20(4): 587-605. (JSTOR link).

Hahn, A. 1929. Stabilization of business in Germany. Harvard Business Review (January): 129-142.

Hahn, C. K. and W. C. Waterhouse. 1972. Confucian theories of man and organization. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 355-363. (JSTOR link).

Hahn, W. 2011. The going-concern assumption: Its journey into GAAP. The CPA Journal (February): 26-31.

Haidinger, T. P. 1968. The case for continuous discounting. Management Accounting (February): 57-61.

Haidinger, T. P. 1970. Negotiate for profits. Management Accounting (December): 23-24, 52. (Related to transfer pricing).

Hail, L. 2007. Discussion of investor protection and analysts’ cash flow forecasts around the world. Review of Accounting Studies 12(2-3): 421-441.

Hail, L. and C. Leuz. 2006. International differences in the cost of equity capital: Do legal institutions and securities regulation matter? Journal of Accounting Research (June): 485-531. (JSTOR link).

Hail, L., C. Leuz and P. Wysocki. 2010. Global accounting convergence and the potential adoption of IFRS by the U.S. (Part I): Conceptual underpinnings and economic analysis. Accounting Horizons (September): 355-394.

Hail, L., C. Leuz and P. Wysocki. 2010. Global accounting convergence and the potential adoption of IFRS by the U.S. (Part II): Political factors and future scenarios for U.S. accounting standards. Accounting Horizons (December): 567-588.

Haim, F., C. Graham and J. Waterhouse. 1992. Towards a framework for not-for-profit accounting; Discussions. Contemporary Accounting Research 8(2): 468-499.

Hain, H. P. 1966. Accounting control in the Zenon Papyri. The Accounting Review (October): 699-703. (JSTOR link). (A collection of more than one thousand accounting related documents covering a thirty year period during the third century B.C.)

Hain, H. P. 1967. Casting the account. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 154-163. (JSTOR link).

Haines, G., F. Heider and D. Remington. 1961. The computer as a small-group member. Administrative Science Quarterly 6(3): 360-374. (JSTOR link).

Haines, G. H. Jr. 1964. A theory of market behavior after innovation. Management Science (July): 634-658. (JSTOR link).

Haislip, J. Z., A. Masli, V. J. Richardson and J. M. Sanchez. 2016. Repairing organizational legitimacy following information technology (IT) material weaknesses: Executive turnover, IT expertise, and IT systems upgrades. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 41-70.

Haislip, J. Z., A. Masli, V. J. Richardson and M. W. Watson. 2015. External reputation penalties for CEOs and CFOs following information technology material weaknesses. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (17): 1-15.

Haislip, J. Z., G. F. Peters and V. J. Richardson. 2016. The effect of auditor IT expertise on internal controls. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (20): 1-15.

Haka, S., L. Friedman and V. Jones. 1986. Functional fixation and interference theory: A theoretical and empirical investigation. The Accounting Review (July): 455-474. (JSTOR link).

Haka, S. F. 1987. Capital budgeting techniques and firm specific contingencies: A correlational analysis. Accounting, Organizations and Society 12(1): 31-48.

Haka, S. F. 2016. 2016. Outstanding contribution to management accounting. Commentary: Looking back at accounting's genesis and looking forward at our challenges. Journal of Management Accounting Research 28(3): 55-61.

Haka, S. F., B. A. Lamberton and H. M. Sollenberger. 1994. International subsidiary performance evaluation: The case of the Ameripill Company. Issues in Accounting Education (Spring): 168-190.

Haka, S. F., J. L. Luft and B. Ballou. 2000 Second-order uncertainty in accounting information and bilateral bargaining costs. Journal of Management Accounting Research (12): 115-139.

Haka, S. F., L. A. Gordon and G. E. Pinches. 1985. Sophisticated capital budgeting selection techniques and firm performance. The Accounting Review (October): 651-669. (JSTOR link).

Hakala, G. 1985. Measuring Costs with machine hours. Management Accounting (October): 57-61.

Hakansson, H. and J. Lind. 2004. Accounting and network coordination. Accounting, Organizations and Society 29(1): 51-72.

Hakansson, N. H. 1969. An induced theory of accounting under risk. The Accounting Review (July): 495-514. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1969. Discussion of an empirical study of accounting methods and stock prices. Journal of Accounting Research (Empirical Research in Accounting: Selected Studies): 82-84. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1969. On the relevance of price-level accounting. Journal of Accounting Research (Spring): 22-31. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1977. Interim disclosure and public forecasts: An economic analysis and a framework for choice. The Accounting Review (April): 396-426. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1978. Review article: Where we are in accounting: A review of "Statement on accounting theory and theory acceptance". The Accounting Review (July): 717-725. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1981. On the politics of accounting disclosure and measurement: An analysis of economic incentives. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Standardization of Accounting Practices: An Assessment of Alternative Institutional Arrangements): 1-35. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1981. [On the politics of accounting disclosure and measurement: An analysis of economic incentives]: A reply. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Standardization of Accounting Practices: An Assessment of Alternative Institutional Arrangements): 48-49. (JSTOR link).

Hakansson, N. H. 1983. Comments on Weick and Ross. The Accounting Review (April): 381-384. (JSTOR link). (Part of a special section that includes 8 papers on research perspectives from related disciplines).

Hakansson, N. H., J. G. Kunkel and J. A. Ohlson. 1984. A comment of Verrecchia's no trading "theorem". Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 765-767. (JSTOR link).

Hackenbrack, K. E., N. T. Jenkins and M. Pevzner. 2014. Relevant but delayed information in negotiated audit fees. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 33(4): 95-117.

Halabi, A. K. 2006. Applying an instructional learning efficiency model to determine the most efficient feedback for teaching introductory accounting. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education (3): 93-113.

Halabi, A. K., J. E. Tuovinen and A. A. Farley. 2005. Empirical evidence on the relative efficiency of worked examples versus problem-solving exercises in accounting principles instruction. Issues in Accounting Education (February): 21-32.

Halaburda, H. and F. Oberhelzer-Gee. 2014. The limits of scale. Harvard Business Review (April): 94-99. (Rapidly scaling companies neglect to take differences between customers into account).

Halaby, C. N. 1978. Bureaucratic promotion criteria. Administrative Science Quarterly 23(3): 466-484. (JSTOR link).

Halbert, T. and E. Ingulli. 2002. CyberEthics. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Haldma, T. and K. Laats. 2002. Contingencies influencing the management accounting practices of Estonian manufacturing companies. Management Accounting Research (December): 379-400.

Hale, C. E. 1961. Effective reporting of research and development costs. N.A.A. Bulletin (June): 63-68.

Hale, J. A. G. 1995. From Concepts to Capabilities: Understanding and Exploiting Change As a Competitive Advantage. John Wiley & Sons.

Hale, J. A. and L. J. Ryan. 1979. Decision science and the management accountant. Management Accounting (January): 42-45.

Haleblian, J. and S. Finkelstein. 1993. Top management team size, CEO dominance, and firm performance: The moderating roles of environmental turbulence and discretion. The Academy of Management Journal 36(4): 844-863. (JSTOR link).

Haleblian, J. and S. Finkelstein. 1999. The influence of organizational acquisition experience on acquisition performance: A behavioral learning perspective. Administrative Science Quarterly 44(1): 29-56. (JSTOR link).

Haleblian, J., J. Kim and N. Rajagopalan. 2006. The influence of acquisition experience and performance on acquisition behavior: Evidence from U.S. commercial banking industry. The Academy of Management Journal 49(2):357-370. (JSTOR link).

Hales, J. 2007. Directional preferences, information processing, and investors' forecasts of earnings. Journal of Accounting Research (June): 607-628. (JSTOR link).

Hales, J. 2015. Discussion of "The effects of forecast type and performance-based incentives on the quality of management forecasts". Accounting, Organizations and Society (46): 19-22.

Hales, J. and J. Johnson. 2015. Sustainability: What is it and why should accountants care? The CPA Journal (April): 12-13.

Hales, J. and S. F. Orpurt. 2013. A review of academic research on the reporting of cash flows from operations. Accounting Horizons (September): 539-578.

Hales, J., E. M. Matsumura, D. V. Moser and R. Payne. 2016. Becoming sustainable: A rational decision based on sound information and effective processes? Journal of Management Accounting Research 28(2): 13-28.

Hales, J., L. Rees and T. J. Wilks. 2016. A synthesis of three commentaries on measurement and performance reporting. Accounting Horizons (December): 473-483.

Haley, A. S. 1996. DARWin: The evolution of data collection. Management Accounting (May): 45-47.

Half, R. 1973. Gamesmanship in salary management. Management Accounting (March): 56-57.

Half, R. 1976. A better job ... Yours for the asking. Management Accounting (December): 54-57, 64.

Half, R. 1980. Do management accountants have an image problem? Management Accounting (August): 10-13.

Half, R. 1985. Burnout or cop-out? Management Accounting (January): 29-33.

Halff, J. F. 1960. Applying the scientific method to the study of management. The Journal of the Academy of Management 3(3): 193-196. (JSTOR link).

Halkos, G. E. and D. S. Salamouris. 2004. Efficiency measurement of the Greek commercial banks with the use of financial ratios: A data envelopment analysis approach. Management Accounting Research (June): 201-224.

Hall, A. and R. W. Hall. 1983. Zero Inventories. Homewood, IL: Dow Jones - Irwin Press.

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