Volume 9 of "Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research" presents further empirical research in accounting theory. Its content is of wide appeal and crosses into the fields of applied psychology, sociology, management science, and economics. It presents empirical research in accounting theory.
List of Contributors Reviewer Acknowledgments 1. The impact of accountability on the processing of nondiagnostic evidence 2. Auditors' memory of internal control information: the effect of documentation preparation versus review 3. Internal auditor burnout: an examination of behavioral consequences 4. Fairness, budget satisfaction, and budget performance: a path analytic model of their relationships 5. Understanding investment expertise and factors that influence the information processing and performance of investment experts 6. The influence of outcome knowledge on judges and jurors' evaluations of auditor decisions: A review and synthesis of prior research 7. Why you should consider SEM: A guide to getting started 8. A Postmodern Stakeholder Analysis of Telework