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- Advances in accounting behavioral research
- Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research
- Copyright page
- List of contributors
- Reviewer Acknowledgments
- Editorial policy and submission guidelines
- A review of the strengths and weaknesses of archival, behavioral, and qualitative research methods: recognizing the potential benefits of triangulation
- Disclosure versus recognition in stock-option reporting: are sophisticated users’ perceptions and judgments influenced by the reporting format?
- Auditor performance variation: impact of sub-specialty knowledge differences between industry-specialists
- Auditors’ self-other agreement on perceived possession of expert attributes
- Do audit and non-audit business students implicitly associate a company's relative stock market performance with perceptions of corporate ethical behavior?
- An examination of the influence of contextual and individual variables on public accountants’ exhaustion
- A research note on the effects of financial and nonfinancial measures in balanced scorecard evaluations