Accounting and Control, Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Venturing into New Research Opportunities
AbstractThe relevance of accounting and control to entrepreneurship and innovation has become more salient over the last few years. The traditional paradigm that identified accounting and control as nothing else but detrimental to these two aspects of management has been challenged both through new concepts and recent empirical evidence. This paper presents a review of this emerging literature. It examines the theoretical concepts that are shaping these fields as well as the evidence that is accumulating. It also presents a framework to structure the study of management control systems in innovative settings and future opportunities for research.
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Volume (Year): 18 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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