Advances in Management Accounting, Hardback Book


Volume 21 features articles on: the impact of framed information and project importance on capital budgeting decisions; the measurement of participation in budgeting practice and research; the impact of adverse selection and risk propensity on managers' project evaluation decisions; relative hedonic utility and budgetary conflict resolution; management control systems, environmental uncertainty, and organizational slack; industrial relations, budgetary participation and budget use; corporate strategy, employees' attitudes towards the balanced scorecard, and corporate performance using a contingency approach; the role of cost control systems and the effects of information technology integration on manufacturing financial performance; and the characteristics of no-budget firms.




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