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Advances in management accounting

Advances in management accounting

Author: Laurie L Burney; Mary A Malina
Publisher: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing, 2019.
Series: Advances in management accounting, v. 31.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This volume of Advances in Management Accountingexplores a variety of current issues through rigorous academic research. Topics include the link between CEO compensation and the 2008 financial crisis, the association between performance-based pay and employee honesty, and more.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurie L Burney; Mary A Malina
ISBN: 9781789732771 1789732778
OCLC Number: 1107041862
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro; Contents; List of Contributors; Editorial Board; Statement of Purpose; Review Procedures; Manuscript form Guidelines; Introduction; Competitor Monitoring and Revenue Performance: Evidence from the Hospitality Industry; Introduction; Literature Review; Hypothesis Development; Monitoring Scope; Monitoring Above and Below; Reciprocity of Monitoring; Research Design; Data; Impact of Competitor Monitoring on Pricing, Demand, and Revenue Performance; Dependent Variables; Independent Variables: Competitor Monitoring; Independent Variables: Controls; Results; Additional Tests; Conclusion LimitationsAvenues for Further Research; References; Appendix: Make-Up of the Data Set; An Empirical Examination of Economic Determinants of Financial CEO Compensation: A Comparative Study on Pre- and Post-Financial Crisis Periods; 1. Introduction; 2. Prior Literature; 3. Theoretical Development and Hypotheses; 3.1. Firms' Stock Performance and Executive Compensation; 3.2. Firms' Accounting Performance and Executive Compensation; 3.3. Firms' Leverage and Executive Compensation; 3.4. Pay for Performance Sensitivity, Leverage, and Compensation; 4. Research Methodology; 4.1. Sample and Data 4.2. Model Specification5. Sample Statistics and Empirical Results; 5.1. Sample Distribution; Descriptive Statistics; 5.2. Correlation Matrix and Results of Lagged Regression Analysis; 5.3. Results of Additional Tests; 6. Summary, Conclusions, and Implications; References; Firm Performance Implications of Using Qualitative Criteria in CEO Bonus Contracts; 1. Introduction; 2. Hypothesis Development; 3. Data and Methodolody; 3.1. Sample; 3.2. Measures; 3.3. Regression Model; 4. Results; 4.1. Univariate Results; 4.2. Multivariate Results; 5. Robustness Test and Additional Analysis 5.1. Tests with Propensity Score Matching5.2. The Moderating Role of the Proportion of CEO Total Payment Tied to Bonus; 6. Conclusion; References; Performance-Based Pay, Performance Monitoring, and Dishonest Behavior: The Plot Thickens; Theory and Hypothesis Development; The Effect of PBP on Honesty; The Effect of PM on Honesty; Interaction Effects of Compensation Scheme and PM; Research Design; Experimental Treatments; Honesty Assessment Task; Analysis of Results; Assessment of Treatment Effects and Potential Confounds; Levels of Honesty Overall and by Treatment Group; Combined Analysis Discussion and ConclusionsReferences; The Role of Managerial Ability in Classification Shifting Using Discontinued Operations; 1. Introduction; 2. Literature Review and Hypothesis Development; 3. Research Design; 3.1. Measuring Unexpected Core Earnings; 3.2. Empirical Specification; 3.3. Sample Selection and Descriptive Statistics; 4. Main Results; 5. Additional Tests; 5.1. Income-increasing Discontinued Operations versus Income-decreasing Discontinued Operations; 5.2. Alternative Sample Periods; 5.3. Subsequent Firm Performance Comparison; 6. Conclusion; References
Series Title: Advances in management accounting, v. 31.
Responsibility: edited by Laurie L. Burney, Mary A. Malina.

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This volume compiles six articles by scholars from North America, Europe, and Australia, who discuss management accounting topics and methods. They address the relationship between competitor Read more...

 
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