Advancing empowerment research in management control: the effects of access to information and deadlines

  title={Advancing empowerment research in management control: the effects of access to information and deadlines},
  author={Vicente Bicudo de Castro and V. G. Sridharan},
  journal={Pacific Accounting Review},
Purpose This paper aims to capture the effects of access to information and deadlines on empowerment and subordinate managers’ effectiveness. The purpose is to contribute to the growing empowerment-related discourse within the management control discipline. Design/methodology/approach To test the hypotheses derived from empowerment theory, this paper collects survey data from 103 middle-level managers. Using a path model that describes all the potential theoretical relations, this study… 



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