Journal of Applied Management Accounting Research

Research journal focuses on managerial accounting and publishes case studies, software implementations, and surveys.

Articles from Vol. 13, No. 2, Summer

Attributes of Adopters and the Diffusion of Benchmarking
IntroductionBenchmarking can be considered as an interesting topic that is less likely to be outdated as it is about the best practice/process at any given time though the examples of best practice/process may change over time. So, any study that may...
Disaster Financing: A Contingent Valuation Approach
IntroductionSamarco Mineiracoes, a 50-50 joint venture between Australia's BHP Billiton and Brazil's Vale, operates three iron ore mine in Mariana, Brazil. One of the dams burst on November 5, 2015, unleashing 62 million cubic metres of sludge into the...
Examining the Interaction Effect of Cost Information Types and Strategy on the Effectiveness of New Product Development: An Experimental Study
IntroductionGiven a highly competitive environment, companies must manage costs properly, especially at the new product development (NPD) stage, if they want to survive. This is because for some companies, product cost is mostly predetermined during...
Information Technology Integration, Extent of ABC Use, Business Strategy, and Performance
IntroductionInformation technology (hereafter IT) can provide a rich source of appropriate information for management accounting systems (Burns and Vaivio, 2001). Thus, it has been widely suggested that there are important links between information technology...
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