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Organisations design performance evaluation systems to obtain desired work outcomes. This study analyses how subjective performance evaluation (SPE), a specific type of performance evaluation, is related to managerial work outcomes—turnover intention, organisational identification, and...
Exploiting the convergence of tax-based accounting standards to the judgement-based International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as an information shock, this study examines whether the decrease in book-tax conformity improves earnings informativeness in China from the book-tax tradeoff...
This study examines whether and how closely-held ownership is associated with the relationship between tax and financial reporting aggressiveness. More specifically, we find that although both closely-held and widely-held firms pursue tax savings and higher reported earnings, closely-held firms...
We respond to recent calls for a better understanding of the effects of management control systems (MCS) in small start-ups. Using a sample of business-incubated start-ups, we examine the performance effects of the alignment between MCS and innovation strategies. Regression analyses show higher...
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