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Advances in Accounting Information Systems Vol: 3

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25 Aug 1995
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
244 pages - 156 x 234 x 16mm
Advances in Accounting Information Systems


This third volume in the series deals with such topics as information systems practice and theory, information systems and the accounting/auditing environment, and differing perspectives on information systems research.
Part 1 Information systems practice and theory: information presentation format, degree of information processing and decision quality, Robert Bricker and Robert Nehmer; there's nothing like success - Cartesian dualisms in information systems research, Kristi Yuthas and Tony Tinker. Part 2 Information systems and the accounting/auditing environment: the effects of judgement feedback in an earnings prediction task using accounting information, Vairam Arunachalam and Bonita A. Daly; an empirical analysis of risk assessments and computer audit strategy under varying conditions of application stability, Uday S. Murthy; substantial doubt - using artificial neural networks to elevate going concern, George F. Klersey and Michael T. Dugan. Part 3 Perspectives on information systems research: a termite theory of accounting information systems research, Jesse F. Dillard; unsettled frameworks - voluntarism and the dialects of MIS research, Tony Tinker and Kristi Yuthas.

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