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Aaberg, O. B. 1962. Do you really need additional personnel? N.A.A. Bulletin (September): 44.

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, E. and M. Eisenman. 2008. Employee-management techniques: Transient fads or trending fashions? Administrative Science Quarterly 53(4): 719-744. (JSTOR link).

Accounting, Organizations and Society. 1976. Towards a human resource accounting bibliography. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 271-279.

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, J. 2016. Recruiting and retaining talent. The CPA Journal (August): 14.

Ackerman, J. L. 2017. Creating a culture of learning. The CPA Journal (August): 71. (Hiring team members that fit the firm's culture).

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).

Addy, N. and T. Yoder. 2011. The decision to adopt a Clawback provision. The CPA Journal (January): 58-63.

Adler, D. A. 1977. Another look at ERISA. Management Accounting (January): 21-25.

Adler, P. S. 2003. Making the HR outsourcing decision. MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 53-60.

Adler, R. L. 1982. Creative cost control in unemployment tax management. Management Accounting (March): 47-55.

Albrecht, M. H. Editor. 2000. International HRM: Managing Diversity in the Workplace. Blackwell Publishing.

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)).

Amato, N. 2015. Drive competencies and develop talent: Baker Hughes uses a three-step process that assesses finance employee's skills, offers learning, and holds employees accountable for their own development. Journal of Accountancy (February): 44-46.

Anders, S. B. 2017. Diversity pipeline resources. The CPA Journal (September): 72-73.

Ansari, S. L. and D. T. Flamholtz. 1978. Management science and the development of human resource accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 11-35. (JSTOR Link).

Aquila, A. J. and C. L. Rice. 2007. Compensation as a Strategic Asset. AICPA.

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).

Arms, D. and T. Bercik. 2015. Filling jobs wisely: How companies use talent supply chain management to link human capital to business needs. Strategic Finance (June): 38-45.

Arms, D. and T. Bercik. 2016. 10 hiring mistakes to avoid. Strategic Finance (January): 46-53.

Arnaboldi, M. and T. Palermo. 2011. Translating ambiguous reforms: Doing better next time? Management Accounting Research (March): 6-15. ("This paper investigates the translation of a key management accounting concern - performance based appraisal and reward systems - in three central government organisations.").

Arthur, J. B. 1994. Effects of human resource systems on manufacturing performance and turnover. The Academy of Management Journal 37(3): 670-687. (JSTOR link).

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).

Arya, A. and B. Mittendorf. 2011. The benefits of aggregate performance metrics in the presence of career concerns. Management Science (August): 1424-1437.

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).

Ashforth, B. E., G. E. Kreiner, M. A. Clark and M. Fugate. 2007. Normalizing dirty work: Managerial tactics for countering occupational taint. The Academy of Management Journal 50(1): 149-174. (JSTOR link).

Ashkenas, R., S. Francis and R. Heinick. 2011. The merger dividend. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 126-133. (An acquisition can help you develop your top talent).

Ashta, A. 2015. A social innovation in cost sharing for micro-entrepreneurs: The cooperative of activities and employment. Cost Management (May/June): 12-20.

Astebro, T., J. Chen and P. Thompson. 2011. Stars and misfits: Self-employment and labor market frictions. Management Science (November): 1999-2017.

Austin, R. D. and T. Sonne. 2014. The Dandelion principle: Redesigning work for the innovation economy. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 67-72.

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.

Axelrod, B., H. Handfield-Jones and E. Michaels. 2002. A new game plan for C players. Harvard Business Review (January): 80-88. (Talent management).

Axline, L. L. 1976. A strategy for personnel growth. Management Accounting (May): 38-40, 48.

Bacal, R. 1999. Performance Management: Energize every employee, Improve performance through feedback, Learn how to measure performance. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company.

Bach, S. and K. Sisson. 2000. Personnel Management: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice. Blackwell Publishing.

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 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).

Bae, J. and J. J. Lawler. 2000. Organizational and HRM strategies in Korea: Impact on firm performance in an emerging economy. The Academy of Management Journal 43(3): 502-517. (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).

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

Bailes, J. C. and R. L. Edwards. 1987. Productivity boost: Treating employees as independent contractors. Management Accounting (October): 48-51.

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

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).

Banham, R. 2012. When the boomers go: The coming retirement of the baby boomers could leave businesses short of critical knowledge and skills. Make sure it doesn't happen to your company. CFO (June): 50-55.

Barber, F. and R. Strack. 2005. The surprising economics of a "people business". Harvard Business Review (June): 80-90.

Barnes, C. M. and G. Spreitzer. 2015. Why sleep is a strategic resource. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 19-21.

Baron, J. N. and K. S. Cook. 1992. Process and outcome: Perspectives on the distribution of rewards in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(2): 191-197. (JSTOR link).

Baron, J. N. and W. T. Bielby. 1986. The proliferation of job titles in organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(4): 561-586. (JSTOR link).

Baron, J. N., A. Davis-Blake and W. T. Bielby. 1986. The structure of opportunity: How promotion ladders vary within and among organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 31(2): 248-273. (JSTOR link).

Baron, J. N., A. Davis-Blake and W. T. Bielby. 1988. Errata: The structure of opportunity: How promotion ladders vary within and among organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 33(1): 131. (JSTOR link).

Bartlett, C. A. and S. Ghoshal. 2002. Building competitive advantage through people. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 34-41.

Bass, B. M., W. F. Cascio, J. W. McPherson and H. J. Tragash. 1976. PROSPER - Training and research for increasing management awareness of affirmative action in race relations. The Academy of Management Journal 19(3): 353-369. (JSTOR link).

Bassi, L. and D. McMurrer. 2007. Maximizing your return on people. Harvard Business Review (March): 115-123.

Batt, R. 2002. Managing customer services: Human resource practices, quit rates, and sales growth. The Academy of Management Journal 45(3): 587-597. (JSTOR link).

Beard, A. 2017. How work styles inform. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 58-59.

Beard, A. 2017. The theory: "If you understand how the brain works, you can reach anyone. A conversation with biological anthropologist Helen Fisher. Harvard Business Review (March/April): 60-62. (Summary).

Becker, B. and B. Gerhart. 1996. The impact of human resource management on organizational performance: Progress and prospects. The Academy of Management Journal 39(4): 779-801. (JSTOR link).

Becker, B. E. and M. A. Huselid. 1998. High performance work systems and firm performance: A synthesis of research and managerial implications. Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management (16): 53-101.

Becker, B. E., M. A. Huselid and D. Ulrich. 2001. The HR Scorecard: Linking People, Strategy and Performance. Harvard Business School.

Becker, T. E., R. S. Billings, D. M. Eveleth and N. L. Gilbert. 1996. Foci and bases of employee commitment: Implications for job performance. The Academy of Management Journal 39(2): 464-482. (JSTOR link).

Beeson, J. 2009. Why you didn't get that promotion. Harvard Business Review (June): 101-105.

Benkler, Y. 2011. The unselfish gene. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 76-85. (The deep-rooted belief about human selfishness is beginning to change. This research indicates that companies should use systems that rely on engagement and a sense of common purpose to motivate people, rather than controls, carrots and sticks).

Benson, G. S., D. Finegold and S. A. Mohrman. 2004. You paid for the skills, now keep them: Tuition reimbursement and voluntary turnover. The Academy of Management Journal 47(3): 315-331. (JSTOR link).

Berglas, S. 2006. How to keep A players productive. Harvard Business Review (September): 104-112.

Berinato, S. 2015. Corporate wellness programs make us unwell. Harvard Business Review (May): 28-29.

Berk, B. A. 2015. Career toolkit: Tips and practices for employers and employees. Journal of Accountancy (April/May):102-107.

Bernstein, A. and A. Raman. 2015. The great decoupling: Output is on the rise, but workers aren't sharing in the bounty. An interview with the authors of The Second Machine Age. Harvard Business Review (June): 66-74. (Brynjolfsson, E. and A. McAfee. 2014. The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies).

Berry, W. E. 1994. Management accountants' strategic asset: The human resource information system. Management Accounting (January): 56-57.

Bevelander, D., J. Nolan and M. Page. 2015. Case Study: Humor or harassment? A manager wonders whether to complain about her boss's insensitive comments. Harvard Business Review (June): 114-117.

Bharadwaj, S. S. 2015. Can a work-at-home policy hurt morale? Harvard Business Review (April): 105-109.

Bhatnagar, J. and N. Gupta. 2016. Case study: Should you rehire someone who left for a competitor? Harvard Business Review (December): 103-108.

Bhattacharya, C. B., S. Sen and D. Korschun. 2008. Using corporate social responsibility to win the war for talent. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 37-44.

Biagioni, L. F. and P. Ogan. 1977. Human resource accounting for professional sports teams. Management Accounting (November): 25-29.

Bills, D. B. 1987. Costs, commitment, and rewards: Factors influencing the design and implementation of internal labor markets. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(2): 202-221. (JSTOR link).

Bills, D. B. 1987. Erratum: Costs, commitment, and rewards: Factors influencing the design and implementation of internal labor markets. Administrative Science Quarterly 32(3): 448-449. (JSTOR link).

Bingham, W. V. 1926. Measures of occupational success. Harvard Business Review (October): 1-10.

Birnberg, J. G. and J. A. Craft. 1976. Human resource accounting: Eric Flamholtz. (Encino, California: Dickenson Publishing Company, 1974.) Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 281-283.

Birnberg, J. G. and V. B. Heiman-Hoffman. 1993. Accountability and knowledge workers: A potential unifying theme for managerial and auditing research. Advances in Management Accounting (2): 47-61.

Bishop, R. C. 1974. The relationship between objective criteria and subjective judgements in performance appraisal. The Academy of Management Journal 17(3): 558-563. (JSTOR link).

Blaine, E. and W. T. Stanbury. 1971. Accounting for human capital. Canadian Chartered Accountant (January):

Blanchard, K. H. and S. Bowles. 1997. Gung Ho! Turn On the People in Any Organization. William Morrow & Co.

Bloom, M. 1999. The performance effects of pay dispersion on individuals and organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 42(1): 25-40. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, M. and J. G. Michel. 2002. The relationships among organizational context, pay dispersion, and managerial turnover. The Academy of Management Journal 45(1): 33-42. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, N. and S. Berinato. 2014. To raise productivity, let more employees work from home. Harvard Business Review (January/February): 28-29.

Bloxham, E. 2000. Intangibles, human capital, and options value measurement. Journal of Cost Management (November/December): 26-31.

Blumenfeld, W. S. and G. A. Leveto. 1975. Gullibility's travels. The Academy of Management Journal 18(2): 370-374. (JSTOR link). (Discussion of an inappropriate validation strategy related to employee selection techniques - Faith validity, i.e., the extent to which one believes in a test).

Bolt-Lee, C. E. and M. Swain. 2016. Highlights of management accounting research. Journal of Accountancy (December): 50-54.

Bommer, W. H., E. C. Dierdorff and R. S. Rubin. 2007. Does prevalence mitigate relevance? The moderating effect of group-level OCB on employee performance. The Academy of Management Journal 50(6): 1481-1494. (JSTOR link).

Boswell, W. R., J. B. Olson-Buchanan and J. B. Olsen-Buchanan. 2004. Experiencing mistreatment at work: The role of grievance filing, nature of mistreatment, ad employee withdrawal. The Academy of Management Journal 47(1): 129-139. (JSTOR link).

Boudreau, J. and S. Rice. 2015. Bright, shiny objects and the future of HR. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 72-78.

Bougen, P. D. 1989. The emergence, roles and consequences of an accounting - industrial relations interaction. Accounting, Organizations and Society 14(3): 203-234.

Bowers, D. G. and D. L. Hausser. 1977. Work group types and intervention effects in organizational development. Administrative Science Quarterly 22(1): 76-94. (JSTOR link).

Boyett, J.H., and H.P. Conn. 1991. Workplace 2000: The Revolution Reshaping American Business. New York: Penguin Books USA Inc.

Brazel, J. F., C. P. Agoglia and R. C. Hatfield. 2004. Electronic versus face-to-face review: The effects of alternative forms of review on auditors' performance. The Accounting Review (October): 949-966. (JSTOR link).

Breitfelder, M. D. and D. W. Dowling. 2008. Why did we ever go into HR? Harvard Business Review (July-August): 39-43.

Brett, J. F., W. L. Cron and J. W. Slocum, Jr. 1995. Economic dependency on work: A moderator of the relationship between organizational commitment and performance. The Academy of Management Journal 38(1): 261-271. (JSTOR link).

Brief, A. P. and R. J. Aldag. 1978. The job characteristic inventory: An examination. The Academy of Management Journal 21(4): 659-670. (JSTOR link).

Brinkman, S. 1987. Productivity begins with hiring. Management Accounting (July): 50-52.

Brockner, J. 2006. Why it's so hard to be fair. Harvard Business Review (March): 122-129. (Personnel management).

Brockner, J., G. Spreitzer, A. Mishra, W. Hochwarter, L. Pepper and J. Weinberg. 2004. Perceived control as an antidote to the negative effects of layoffs on survivors' organizational commitment and job performance. Administrative Science Quarterly 49(1): 76-100. (JSTOR link).

Brockner, J., J. Greenberg, A. Brockner, J. Bortz, J. Davy and C. Carter. 1986. Layoffs, equity theory, and work performance: Further evidence of the impact of survivor guilt. The Academy of Management Journal 29(2): 373-384. (JSTOR link).

Brockner, J., M. Konovsky, R. Cooper-Schneider, R. Folger, C. Martin and R. J. Bies. 1994. Interactive effects of procedural justice and outcome negativity on victims and survivors of job loss. The Academy of Management Journal 37(2): 397-409. (JSTOR link).

Brockner, J., S. Grover, T. F. Reed and R. L. Dewitt. 1992. Layoffs, job insecurity, and survivors' work effort: Evidence of an inverted-U relationship. The Academy of Management Journal 35(2): 413-425. (JSTOR link).

Brokaw, L. 2009. Does sustainability change the talent equation? MIT Sloan Management Review (Fall): 33-34.

Broschak, J. P. and A. Davis-Blake. 2006. Mixing standard work and nonstandard deals: The consequences of heterogeneity in employment arrangements. The Academy of Management Journal 49(2): 371-393. (JSTOR link).

Brown, M. P., M. C. Sturman, M. J. Simmering. 2003. Compensation policy and organizational performance: The efficiency, operational, and financial implications of pay levels and pay structure. The Academy of Management Journal 46(6): 752-762. (JSTOR link).

Brummet, R. L., E. G. Flamholtz and W. C. Pyle. 1968. Human resource measurement - A challenge for accountants. The Accounting Review (April): 217-224. (JSTOR link).

Brummet, R. L., E. G. Flamholtz and W. C. Pyle. 1969. Human resource accounting: A tool to increase managerial effectiveness. Management Accounting (August): 12-15.

Brummet, R. L., E. Flamholtz and W. C. Pyle. Ed. 1969. Human Resource Accounting. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Foundation for Research on Human Behavior.

Brundage, H. and M. Koziel. 2010. Retaining top talent still a requirement for firms. Journal of Accountancy (May): 38-44.

Bruns, S. M., C. Jackson and Y. Zhang. 2012. Designing an effective peer-reporting system. Management Accounting Quarterly (Winter): 8-13.

Bryant, B. C. 1957. Application of job evaluation in a medium size company. N.A.A. Bulletin (October): 25-30.

Bryniarski, B. 2016. Time to prepare for overtime changes. Journal of Accountancy (September): 87, 89, 91, 93, 95.

Buchheit, S., D. Dalton, T. Downen and S. Pippin. 2012. Outcome feedback, incentives, and performance: Evidence from a relatively complex forecasting task. Behavioral Research In Accounting 24(2): 1-20.

Buckingham, M. and A. Goodall. 2015. Reinventing performance management: How one company is rethinking peer feedback and the annual review, and trying to design a system to fule improvement. Harvard Business Review (April): 40-50. (Deloitte's redesigned system).

Buford, J. A. and J. R. Lindner. 2002. Human Resource Management in Local Government: Concepts and Applications for HRM Students and Practitioners. South-Western Educational Publishing.

Bunker, K. A., K. E. Kram and S. Ting. 2002. The young and the clueless. Harvard Business Review (December): 80-87. (Think before promoting a star performer who might not be ready).

Burack, E. H. 1966. Technology and some aspects of industrial supervision: A model building approach. The Academy of Management Journal 9(1): 43-66. (JSTOR link).

Burack, E. H. and F. H. Cassell. 1967. Technological change and manpower developments in advanced production systems. The Academy of Management Journal 10(3): 293-308. (JSTOR link).

Burack, E. H., F. J. Staszak and G. C. Pati. 1972. An organizational analysis of manpower issues in employing the disadvantaged. The Academy of Management Journal 15(3): 255-271. (JSTOR link).

Byars, L. and L. Rue. 2010. Human Resource Management, 10th edition. McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

Cable, D. M. and B. Murray. 1999. Tournaments versus sponsored mobility as determinants of job search success. The Academy of Management Journal 42(4): 439-449. (JSTOR link).

Cable, D. M., L. Aiman-Smith, P. W. Mulvey and J. R. Edwards. 2000. The sources and accuracy of job applicants' beliefs about organizational culture. The Academy of Management Journal 43(6): 1076-1085. (JSTOR link).

Caddy, G. K. 1975. A human value model. Management Accounting (April): 27-30.

Cadsby, C. B., F. Song and F. Tapon. 2007. Sorting and incentive effects of pay for performance: An experimental investigation. The Academy of Management Journal 50(2): 387-405. (JSTOR link).

Callister, R. R., M. W. Kramer and D. B. Turban. 1999. Feedback seeking following career transitions. The Academy of Management Journal 42(4): 429-438. (JSTOR link).

Campbell, G. M. 2012. On-call overtime for service workforce scheduling when demand is uncertain. Decision Sciences 43(5): 817-850.

Campbell, G. M. 2017. Time-staged overtime staffing for services with updated forecasts and availabilities. Decision Sciences 48(4): 691-722.

Campion, M. A., L. Cheraskin and M. J. Stevens. 1994. Career-related antecedents and outcomes of job rotation. The Academy of Management Journal 37(6): 1518-1542. (JSTOR link).

Cannon, J. A. 1976. Applying the human resource account framework in an international airline. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 253-263.

Caplan, E. H. and S. Landekich. 1974. Human Resource Accounting: Past, Present and Future. National Association of Accountants.

Cappelli, P. 1992. Examining managerial displacement. The Academy of Management Journal 35(1): 203-217. (JSTOR link).

Cappelli, P. 2008. Talent management for the twenty-first century. Harvard Business Review (March): 74-81.

Cappelli, P. 2013. HR. for neophytes. Harvard Business Review (October): 25-27.

Cappelli, P. 2015. Why we love to hate HR...and what HR. can do about it. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 54-61.

Cappelli, P. and A. Tavis. 2016. The performance management revolution: The focus is shifting from accountability to learning. Harvard Business Review (October): 58-67. (Dropping or changing the annual review to give people more frequent feedback).

Cappelli, P. and W. F. Cascio. 1991. Why some jobs command wage premiums: A test of career tournament and internal labor market hypotheses. The Academy of Management Journal 34(4): 848-868. (JSTOR link).

Carlozo, L. 2016. 5 ways to address the federal government's new overtime rules. Journal of Accountancy (September): 97.

Carlsson-Wall, M., K. Kraus and J. Lind. 2011. The interdependencies of intra- and inter-organisational controls and work practices - The case of domestic care of the elderly. Management Accounting Research (December): 313-329.

Carmona, S., G. Iyer and P. M. J. Reckers. 2014. Performance evaluation bias: A comparative study on the role of financial fixation, similarity-to-self and likeability. Advances in Accounting: Incorporating Advances in International Accounting 30(1): 9-17.

Carper, W. B. and J. Posey. 1976. The validity of selected surrogate measures of human resource value: A field study. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1(2 & 3): 143-151.

Carroll, C. 2012. The CEO of Anglo American on getting serious about safety. Harvard Business Review (June): 43-46. (Reducing fatalities in Anglo American's mines).

Carter, M. E., L. J. Lynch and S. L. C. Zechman. 2009. Changes in bonus contracts in the post-Sarbanes-Oxley era. Review of Accounting Studies 14(4): 480-506.

Casciaro, T. and M. S. Lobo. 2005. Competent jerks, lovable fools, and the formation of social networks. Harvard Business Review (June): 92-99.

Cascio, W. F. and J. W. Boudreau. 2010. Investing in People: Financial Impact of Human Resource Initiatives, 2nd edition. FT Press.

Castellano, J. F. and M. Wenrick. 2015. The cultural transformation at Value Added Packaging, Inc.: Impact on employee engagement. Cost Management (July/August): 26-32.

Castellano, J. F., D. Klein and H. A. Roehm. 1998. Minicompanies: The next generation of employee empowerment. Management Accounting (March): 22-24, 26-28, 30.

Castilla, E. J. 2016. Achieving meritocracy in the workplace. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 35-41.

Cervellon, M. and P. Lirio. 2017. When employees don't 'like' their employers on social media. MIT Sloan Management Review (Winter): 63-70.

Chamorro-Premuzic, T. 2015. Managing yourself: Ace the assessment: More employers are using tests as part of the hiring process. Here's how to prepare for them. Harvard Business Review (July/August): 118-121.

Charan, R., D. Barton and D. Carey. 2015. People before strategy: A new role for the CHRO. Harvard Business Review (July/August):  62-71. (The chief human resource officer must become a strategic partner to the CEO).

Chen, Q., S. S. Dikolli and W. Jiang. 2015. Career-risk concerns, information effort, and optimal pay-for-performance sensitivity. Journal of Management Accounting Research 27(2): 165-195.

Chen, Z. X. and S. Aryee. 2007. Delegation and employee work outcomes: An examination of the cultural context of mediating processes in China. The Academy of Management Journal 50(1): 226-238. (JSTOR link).

Choi, J., S. Choi, C. E. Hogan and J. Lee. 2013. The effect of human resource investment in internal control on the disclosure of internal control weaknesses. Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory 32(4): 169-199.

Chow, C. W., J. C. Cooper and K. Haddad. 1991. The effects of pay schemes and ratchets on budgetary slack and performance: A multiperiod experiment. Accounting, Organizations and Society 16(1): 47-60.

Christ, M. H., S. A. Emett, S. L. Summers and D. A. Wood. 2012. The effects of preventive and detective controls on employee performance and motivation. Contemporary Accounting Research 29(2): 432-452.

Christ, M. H., S. A. Emett, W. B. Tayler and D. A. Wood. 2016. Compensation or feedback: Motivating performance in multidimensional tasks. Accounting, Organizations and Society (50): 27-40.

Chung, D. J. 2015. How to really motivate salespeople. Harvard Business Review (April): 54-61.

Chung, D. J. 2015. The latest on sales compensation: Interaction. Harvard Business Review (June): 20.

Church, P. H. and K. R. Lambert. 1993. Employee or independent contractor? Management Accounting (June): 52-55. (The wrong classification can mean huge fines and back taxes).

Cianci, A. M., S. E. Kaplan and J. A. Samues. 2013. The moderating effects of the incentive system and performance measure on managers' and their superiors' expectations about the manager's effort. Behavioral Research In Accounting 25(1): 115-134.

Clausen, T. S., K. T. Jones and J. S. Rich. 2008. Appraising employee performance evaluation systems. The CPA Journal (February): 64-67.

Clausen, T. S., K. T. Jones and J. S. Rich. 2016. Harnessing the power of performance evaluations. Strategic Finance (March): 44-51. (Survey).

Coens, T. and M. Jenkins. 2002. Abolishing Performance Appraisals: Why They Backfire and What to Do Instead. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

Cohen, A. 1993. Organizational commitment and turnover: A meta-analysis. The Academy of Management Journal 36(5): 1140-1157. (JSTOR link).

Cohen, C. F. 2012. The 40-year old intern: "Returnships" let companies audition professionals who are resuming their careers. Harvard Business Review (November): 21-23.

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