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Have American's Social Attitudes Become More Polarized?
Many observers have asserted with little evidence that Americans' social opinions have become polarized. Using General Social Survey and National Election Survey social attitude items that have beenExpand
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Honesty in Managerial Reporting
This study reports the results of three experiments that examine how preferences for wealth and honesty affect managerial reporting. We find that subjects often sacrifice wealth to make honest orExpand
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Budgeting Research: Three Theoretical Perspectives and Criteria for Selective Integration
Budgeting is one of the most extensively researched topics in management accounting and has been studied from the theoretical perspectives of economics, psychology, and sociology. Thus, budgetingExpand
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Honesty in Managerial Reporting
This study reports the results of three experiments that examine how preferences for wealth and honesty affect managerial reporting. We find that subjects often sacrifice wealth to make honest orExpand
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Playing God?: Human Genetic Engineering and the Rationalization of Public Bioethical Debate
Technology evolves at a dazzling speed, and nowhere more so than in the field of genetic engineering, where the possibility of directly changing the genes of one's children is quickly becoming aExpand
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Signaling and Monitoring in Public-Sector Accounting
Although several recent papers (e.g., Zimmerman [1977], Baber [1983], Evans and Patton [1983], and Ingram [1984]) have hypothesized that state and local government accounting and auditing practicesExpand
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Epistemological and Moral Conflict Between Religion and Science
Debates about religion and educational attainment often assume that members of certain religious groups do not seek out knowledge of science because they are opposed to the use of the scientificExpand
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Board size and firm performance: the moderating effects of the market for corporate control
We examine whether takeover threats affect the importance of board size using the passage of state antitakeover laws enacted in mid-to-late 1980s as our empirical setting. While the ComplementExpand
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Agency Theory and Participative Budgeting Experiments
ABSTRACT: A series of participative budgeting experiments has examined the effect of incentive structures and/or information environments on employees' reporting and production decisions. We analyzeExpand
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Religion and Human Cloning: An Exploratory Analysis of the First Available Opinion Data
Human cloning has recently entered the public sphere as a contentious issue and religious groups have spoken out in opposition to these technologies. To date, there has been no research toExpand
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