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Chandar, N., & Miranti, P. J. (2009). Integrating accounting and statistics: Forecasting, budgeting, and production planning at the American Telephone and Telegraph Company during the 1920s. Accounting and Business Research, 39(4), 373–395.
Hogan, C. E., & Lewis, C. M. (2005). Long-run investment decisions, operating performance, and shareholder value creation of firms adopting compensation plans based on economic profits. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 40(4), 721–745.
Hsu, C. C., Tan, K. C., Kannan, V. R., & Keong Leong, G. (2009). Supply chain management practices as a mediator of the relationship between operations capability and firm performance. International Journal of Production Research, 47(3), 835–855.
Mir, A. E., & Seboui, S. (2006). Corporate governance and earnings management and the relationship between economic value added and created shareholder value. Journal of Asset Management, 7(3), 242–254.
Payne, B. C. (2011). On the financial characteristics of firms that initiated new dividends during a period of economic recession and financial market turmoil. Journal of Economics and Finance, 35(2), 149–163.
Wu, J., Zhang, L., & Zhang, X. F. (2010). The q-theory approach to understanding the accrual anomaly. Journal of Accounting Research, 48(1), 177–223. Not available in the library.
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