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Journal of Management Accounting Research 2014

Provided by James R. Martin, Ph.D., CMA
Professor Emeritus, University of South Florida

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Anderson, S. W., M. H. Christ, H. C. Dekker and K. L. Sedatole. 2014. The use of management controls to mitigate risk in strategic alliances: Field and survey evidence. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 1-32.

Arya, A. and J. C. Glover. 2014. On the upside of aggregation. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 151-166.

Baiman, S. 2014. Some ideas for further research in managerial accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 119-121.

Balakrishnan, R., E. Labro and N. S. Soderstrom. 2014. Cost structure and sticky costs. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 91-116.

Banker, R. D. and D. Byzalov. 2014. Asymmetric cost behavior. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 43-79.

Banker, R. D., D. Byzalov, M. Ciftci and R. Mashruwala. 2014. The moderating effect of prior sales changes on asymmetric cost behavior. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 221-242.

Bushee, B. J., M. E. Carter and J. Gerakos. 2014. Institutional investor preferences for corporate governance mechanisms. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 123-149.

Cadman, B. and M. E. Carter. 2014. Compensation peer groups and their relation with CEO pay. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 57-82.

Chang, H., C. D. Ittner and M. T. Paz. 2014. The multiple roles of the finance organization: Determinants, effectiveness, and the moderating influence of information systems integration. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 1-32.

Chen, J., H. Chang, H. Chen and S. Kim. 2014. The effect of supply chain knowledge spillovers on audit pricing. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26( 26(1): 83-100.

Forst, A., M. S. Park and B. Wier. 2014. Insider entrenchment and CEO compensation: Evidence from initial public offering firms. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 101-120.

Hyun, J., B. Kim, S. Kwon and J. Y. Shin. 2014. The effects of corporate governance, competition, and political costs on strategic executive pay disclosure: Evidence from Korea. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 195-220.

Johnson, E. N., P. M. J. Reckers and G. D. Bartlett. 2014. Influences of timeline and perceived strategy effectiveness on balanced scorecard performance evaluation judgments. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 165-184.

Krishnan, R. 2014. Editor's report. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 269-272.

Mahlendorf, M. D. 2014. Discussion of The multiple roles of the finance organization: Determinants, effectiveness, and the moderating influence of information systems integration. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 33-42.

Olsen, K. J., K. K. Dworkis and S. M. Young. 2014. CEO narcissism and accounting: A picture of profits. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 243-267.

Reichmann, S. and A. Rohlfing-Batian. 2014. Decentralized task assignment and centralized contracting: On the optimal allocation of authority. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 33-35.

Schwartz, S. T., A. Sudbury and R. A. Young. 2014. A note on the benefits of aggregate evaluation of budget proposals. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 145-164.

Shust, E. and D. Weiss. 2014. Discussion of asymmetric cost behavior - Stick costs: Expenses versus cash flows. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 81-90.

Van der Stede, W. A. 2014. Some ideas for further research in managerial accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 117-118.

Young, C., C. Peng, C. Chien and L. Tsai. 2014. Does SFAS No. 151 trigger more overproduction? Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(1): 121-143.

Yu, C. 2014. CEO overconfidence, CEO compensation, and earnings manipulation. Journal of Management Accounting Research 26(2): 167-193.