نتایج جستجو برای Behavioral Accounting

تعداد نتایج: 146768  

2000
Rajendra P. Srivastava, Theodore J. Mock, Arthur Andersen,

Behavioral accounting research deals with a complex set of phenomenon including the broad domain of human decision making under uncertainty. Two aspects of decision making of particular relevance to accounting and auditing research are two constructs that are inexorably interrelated: uncertainty and information (evidence). This paper introduces a theoretical perspective that enriches the knowle...

The purpose of this study is to investigate the rationality of behavioral economics in mental accounting by studying laboratory economics. Undoubtedly, economic man, whose fundamental characteristic is rationality, is the starting point for economic analysis. In conventional economics, the premise of rationality is the cornerstone and the premise of all economic theories. However, critics of ec...

The purpose of this research is to provide a model for reporting quality of financial information based on behavioral and value accounting of listed companies in Tehran Stock Exchange which is based on Structural Equation Modeling. This research in terms of applied purpose is applied research and in terms of data collection method is post-semi experimental research in the field of proofing acco...

2001
Christopher J. Napier,

A. C. Littleton famously described accounting as “relative and progressive”. However, in recent historical accounting research, there has been increasing hesitation in describing accounting as “progressing”. This is largely because “progress” implies a degree not only of change but also of improvement, and historical accounting researchers, influenced by social science conventions, often regard...

2015
Leslie Eldenburg, Naomi Soderstrom, Veronda Willis, Anne Wu,

This research examines physician response to implementation of an activity-based costing (ABC) system developed and designed with physician input. We analyze changes in resource utilization for treatment of cataract patients and find changes in practice patterns, where physicians redeployed resources toward more severely ill patients and decreased average length of stay. We also find preliminar...

2004
Bettina Rockenbach,

The paper reports an experiment on the pricing of financial options. Arbitrage-free option pricing is tested against three hypotheses based on mental accounting. The data show that, even with considerable experience, unexploited arbitrage opportunities persist. Subjects do not seem to make the connections between the different investment possibilities, as essential for arbitrage-free pricing (A...

2015
Michael Springborn, Gerardo Chowell, Matthew MacLachlan, Eli P. Fenichel,

BACKGROUND Theory suggests that individual behavioral responses impact the spread of flu-like illnesses, but this has been difficult to empirically characterize. Social distancing is an important component of behavioral response, though analyses have been limited by a lack of behavioral data. Our objective is to use media data to characterize social distancing behavior in order to empirically i...

2016
Mary Low,

This research examined what accounting employers are seeking in their ‘ideal’ accounting graduate and sought to provide clarification on the ‘expectation gap’ between what accounting employers require in their graduates, and the skills these graduates are exhibiting. Adopting a qualitative research method, this research paper draws on semi-structured interviews conducted face-to-face with parti...

2001
Aiko Pras, Ron Sprenkels, Robert Parhonyi,

This article provides an introduction to Inter-net accounting and discusses the status of related work within the IETF and IRTF, as well as certain research projects. Internet accounting is different from accounting in POTS. To understand Internet accounting, it is important to answer questions like " what is being paid for " and " who is being paid. " With respect to the question " what is bei...

2006
Ivy Zhang, Yong Zhang,

This study investigates the factors affecting acquirers’ allocation of purchase price between goodwill and identifiable intangible assets with finite lives. SFAS 142 replaces goodwill amortization with periodic impairment tests that are based on fair value estimates, while most identifiable intangible assets are still amortized over finite useful lives. As a result of the differential accountin...

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