Enseignements D'Une Meta-Analyse Sur Le Lien Participation Budgetaire-Performance Manageriale
This meta-analysis is a critical comparison of three of quantitative synthesis. It applies some propositions of the Potsdam international consultation on meta-analysis, in the field of management control. Study design. After a traditional narrative review, three meta-analysis methodologies for the synthesis of articles with heterogeneous methodologies and fields are presented. After a short critical presentation of our results with “box score” and p-values combination methods, we show the result of best-evidence synthesis and its stability as recommended at the Potsdam international consultation on meta-analysis. Results. The results of methods of meta-analysis implemented do not make it possible to conclude without prudence. The link “budget participation-managerial performance” is not statistically significant for the articles of better quality.
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