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Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research Vol: 4

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15 Jun 2001
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
424 pages - 156 x 234 x 23mm
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research


Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research promotes research across all areas of accounting, incorporating theory from, and contributing knowledge to, the fields of applied psychology, sociology, management science, ethics and economics. Focusing on research that examines both individual and organizational behavior relative to accounting, the series provides a unique opportunity for the exchange of peer reviewed knowledge across all areas of accounting behavioral research and the development, discussion and expansion of theories from psychology, sociology and related disciplines.
List of Contributors. REVIEWER ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. Editor's comments. The effect of bias on decision usefulness: A review of behavioral financial accounting research. Behavioral research in management accounting: The past, present, and future. Behavioral research in auditing: Past, present, and future research. Auditors' consideration of fraud: How behavioral research can address the concerns of standard setters. Behavioral research in taxation: Recent advances and future prospects. The future of behavioral accounting (information systems) research. Using the management control system to promote competitive advantage in organizations: Behavioral and sociological perspectives. The effect of justification type on agreement with a decision aid and judgment performance. The relationships among lifestyle preference, attrition, and career orientation: A three-year longitudinal study. A comparison of job attitudes and turnover intentions among CPAs in public, private and governmental work settings. Antecedents of organizational commitment: The role of perception of equity. Planned audit hours: Do auditors use a same as last year strategy?. The effects of incentives and audits on transfer price negotiations in a deflationary context. An experimental assessment of business students' performance: Recognizing risk factors associated with misappropriation of assets. Perceptions of benefit and justice and desired outcomes. Unveiling the black box of human-computer interaction: The need for replay process tracing in decision aid research.

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