Managerial Finance


Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 31 Issue 3

Sampling rules to achieve quality, maximize benefit and minimize financial loss

André de Korvin, Margaret F. Shipley

Determining the proper sample size and frequency of sampling such that quality is assured while financial losses are not unnecessarily incurred is critical to an effective…

Linking firm performance to the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award implementation effort using multiattribute utility theory

Robert A. Davis, Gary L. Stading

Executives are searching for ways to deliver consistent improvements in productivity and profitability while addressing economic realities. One initiative that has been…

Analyzing the product‐mix decision by using a fuzzy hierarchical model

Mohamed E. Bayou, Alan Reinstein

The product‐mix decision has received considerable attention in management accounting and economics literatures. However, many studies in these literatures are…

Supporting the paradigm shift in vendor selection: multicriteria methods for sole‐sourcing

John Seydel

Procurement is an increasingly important activity within most firms, and severe financial and operational consequences can result from the failure to optimize the…

Systems dynamics model of a transition firm

David L. Olson, Paraskeva Dimitrova‐Davidova, Ivan Stoykov

Eastern European countries are undergoing a transition from centralized economic planning to more open economic systems. A team of Bulgarian and U.S. researchers have…



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