Behavioral Research in Accounting - Abstracts

Behavioral Research in Accounting
20-F reconciliations and investors' perceptions of risk, financial performance and quality of accounting principles.Social sciencesMaroney, James J., O' hO'gartaigh, Claran
Academic instruction as a determinant of judgement performance.Social sciencesWright, William F.
Accountants' commitment to their profession: multiple dimensions of professional commitment and opportunities for future research.Social sciencesHall, Matthew, Smith, David, Langfield-Smith, Kim
Alternative measures of managers' performance, controllability, and the outcome effect.Social sciencesGhosh, Dipankar
Analysis of diagnostic tasks in accounting research using signal detection theory.Social sciencesTubbs, Richard M., Ramsay, Robert J.
Antecedents and consequences of quality performance.Social sciencesJacobs, Fred A., Maiga, Adam S.
A theoretical framework of the relationship between public accounting firms and their auditors.(application of agency theory to analyze the working relations between auditors and public accounting firms)Social sciencesHooks, Karen L., Almer, Elizabeth Dreike, Higgs, Julia L.
Attention to evidence of aggressive financial reporting and intentional misstatement judgements: effects of experience and trust.Social sciencesRose, Jacob M.
Culture, implicit theories and the attribution of morality.Social sciencesLui, Gladie, Wong-On-Wing, Bernard
Decisional aids and experiential learning.Social sciencesRose, Jacob M.
Does "political bias" in the DIT or DIT-2 threaten validity in studies of CPAs?(Defining Issues Test)Social sciencesBailey, Charles D., Phillips, Thomas J., Jr., Scofeld, Stephen B.
Effects of supervisor power on preparers' responses to audit review: a field study.Social sciencesFedor, Donald B., Ramsay, Robert J.
Eliciting experts context knowledge with theory-based experiential questionnaires.Social sciencesGibbins, Michael, Qu, Sandy Q.
Empowerment, motivation, and performance: examining the impact of feedback and incentives on nonmanagement employees.Social sciencesDrake, Andrea R., Wong, Jeffrey, Salter, Stephen B.
Estimating activity costs: how the provision of accurate historical activity data from a biased cost system can improve individuals' cost estimation accuracy.Social sciencesHeitger, Dan L.
Ethical reasoning and equitable relief.(interpretation of American tax laws by auditors and accountants)Social sciencesFleischman, Gary M., Valentine, Sean, Finn, Don W.
Long series of information and nonprofessional investors' belief revision.Social sciencesPinsker, Robert
New product development: how cost information precision affects designer focus and behavior in a multiple objective setting.Social sciencesBooker, Donna M., Drake, Andrea R., Heitger, Dan L.
Relative weighting of common and unique balanced scorecard measures by knowledgable decision makers.Social sciencesDilla, William N., Steinbart, Paul John
Strategic performance measurement systems, job-relevant information, managerial behavioral responses - role stress and performance.Social sciencesBurney, Laurie, Widener, Sally K.
The effect of audit inquiries on the ability to detect financial misrepresentations.Social sciencesWelker, Robert B., Lee, Chih-Chen
The effects of client and preparer risk factors on workpaper review effectiveness.Social sciencesAsare, Stephen K., Haynes, Christine M., Jenkins, J. Gregory
The impact of financial information and voluntary disclosures on contributions to not-for-profit organizations.Social sciencesParsons, Linda M.
The role of social influences in using accounting performance information to evaluate subordinates: a causal attribution approach.Social sciencesXu, Yin, Tuttle, Brad M.
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