Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 1999 - Abstracts

Journal of Accounting and Public Policy 1999
TitleSubjectAuthors
Accrual response to mandated accounting principles: the case of SFAS Nos. 2 and 34.BusinessSoo, Billy S.
An analysis of settlement and merit under federal securities law: what will be the effect of the reform of 1995?BusinessKing, Ronald R., Ingberman, Daniel E., Holloway, James A.
Choice of an information structure versus a production environment: a managerial control perspective.BusinessBalachandran, Bala V., Sridhar, Sri S.
Reply to: "Taxpayer behavior in response to taxation: comment and new experimental evidence.".(response to M.A. Sillaman, vol.18, no.2 1999)BusinessSwenson, Charles W.
Stock market reactions to activity-based costing adoptions.BusinessGordon, Lawrence A., Silvester, Katherine J.
Supplier selection, monitoring practices, and firm performance.BusinessIttner, Christopher D., Larcker, David F., Rajan, Madhav V., Nagar, Venkatesh
Systematic differences in employee stock ownership plan contributions: some evidence.BusinessMauldin, Elaine G.
Taxpayer behavior in response to taxation: comment and new experimental evidence.BusinessSillamaa, M.A.
The farmers home administration and farm debt failure prediction.BusinessBarney, Douglas K., Johnson, John D., Graves, O. Finley
The role of accounting information in security exchange delisting.BusinessChen, Kevin C.W., Schoderbek, Michael P.
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