Greatest Impact on Practice
Call for Nominations
An award in the amount of $2,000 will be presented annually at the Midyear Meeting of the Section to the author of a single article with the greatest potential impact on practice. The award is sponsored by the coalition of AICPA and CIMA.
Eligible works will have been published within the previous five years, and submitted by the authors or nominated by peers. Final criteria and nomination procedures will be determined by the selection committee.
Selection: The selection committee will be composed of practitioner representatives nominated by the sponsoring organizations and chaired by a section representative appointed by the President of the Management Accounting Section.
Please forward submissions for this award to:
Submission Deadline: 31 August 2012
Prior Award Winners:
- Co-winners (2012): Scott Jackson, The effects of firms' depreciation method choice on managers' capital investment decisions (The Accounting Review, 2008); and
Alexander Bruggen, Ranjani Krishnan, and Karen Sedatole, Drivers and Consequences of short term production decisions, (Contemporary Accounting Research, 2011)
- Eddy Cardinaels and Eva Labro (2011), Measurement Error in Time-Driven Costing (Accounting Review, 2008)
- Shannon Anderson and Henri Dekker (2010), Management Control for Market Transactions (Management Science, 2005)
- Janek Ratnatunga, Norman Gray and Kashi Balachandran (2009), Valuation and Reporting of Strategic Capabilities (Management Accounting Research, 2004)