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The design and effects of control systems: tests of direct- and indirect-effects models

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  • Shields, Michael D.
  • Deng, F. Johnny
  • Kato, Yutaka

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  • Shields, Michael D. & Deng, F. Johnny & Kato, Yutaka, 2000. "The design and effects of control systems: tests of direct- and indirect-effects models," Accounting, Organizations and Society, Elsevier, vol. 25(2), pages 185-202, February.
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