Achieving Managerial Control by Gerald Vinten

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And Omar, N. (1998), “A survey on management accounting practices in Malaysian manufacturing companies”, Management Accounting Practices Paper 3, Concurrent session IC, International Management Accounting Conference, National University of Malaysia, Selangor. W. N. (1999), “Economic transition, strategy and the evolution of management accounting practices: the case of India”, Accounting, Organisations and Society, Vol. 24, pp. 379-412. , Ulan, E. and Wu, A. (1997), “New directions in management accounting research”, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Vol.

1 Hypotheses A number of variables were employed in the literature to explain corporate performance. In this study, variables frequently used in the literature are tested. 1 Economic value added. The economic value added (EVA) measurement is one of the latest and most widely used measures to assess the financial well-being of businesses. EVA is a way of evaluating a company’s real profitability and how effectively it is performing. According to Perkins and Van Zyl (1994), EVA is net operating profit after tax, less the cost of all capital employed to generate such profit.

Hoque, Z. and James, W. (2000), “Linking balanced scorecard measures to size and market factors: impact on organisational performance”, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Vol. 12, pp. 1-17. L. (2001), “The international diffusion of new management accounting practices: the case of India”, Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, Vol. 10, pp. 85-109. S. (1983), “Measuring manufacturing performance: a new challenge for managerial accounting research”, The Accounting Review, Vol.

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