MAS News Archive

2020 Management Accounting Section Award Winners

Best Management Accounting Paper at a Midyear Meeting

  • Erina Ytsma, “Effort and Selection Effects of Performance Pay in Knowledge Creation"

Impact on Management Accounting Practice

  • Steven J. Kachelmeier, Laura W. Wang, Michael G. Williamson “Incentivizing the Creative Process: From Initial Quantity to Eventual Creativity”, The Accounting Review, March 2019

JMAR Best Paper Award

  • Kenneth A. Merchant, Carolyn Stringer and Paul Shantapriyan, “Setting Financial Performance Thresholds, Targets, and Maximums in Bonus Plans”, Journal of Management Accounting Research, Vol. 30, No. 3 (Fall 2018) pp. 55-73

Lifetime Contribution Award

  • S. Mark Young

Outstanding JMAR Reviewer Award

  • Laura Wang, Raj Mashruwala, Serena Loftus and Steven Smith

2019 Management Accounting Section Award Winners

Best Management Accounting Paper at a Midyear Meeting

  • Ochan Kwon and Jee-Eun Shin “Managing Through Organizational Change: Employee Alignment in the Presence of Unexpected Career Concerns ”

Impact on Management Accounting Practice

  • Christopher Inner and Jeremy “Michels Risk-based forecasting and planning and management earnings forecasts ”

JMAR Best Paper Award

  • Ella Mae Matsumura and Jason Schloetzer “The structural and executional components of customer concentration: Implications for Supplier Performance ”

Lifetime Contribution Award

  • Harry Evans

JMAR Editor Service Award

  • Karen Sedatole

Outstanding JMAR Reviewer Award

  • Will Demere, Dirk Black, David Maber, and Melissa Martin

2018 Management Accounting Section Award Winners

Best Early Career Researcher Award

  • Henri Friedman

Best Management Accounting Paper at an AAA Conference

  • Arthur Morris “The Relationships Between Risky Projects, Convex Compensation, and Project Selection: Evidence from the War on Terror”

Best Management Accounting Paper at a Midyear Meeting

  • Eunhee Kim “The Market for Reputation: Repeated Matching and Career Concerns”

Best Management Case at a Midyear Meeting

  • Gillian Vesty, Albie Brooks, Michael Taouk “Lucro Island: Strategic Budgeting”

IMA Jim Bulloch Award

  • Kimberly Swanson Church, Kelvie Crabb, Gail Hoover King  “Launch Learning: A Compendium of Cases for Students to Create, Collaborate and Comprehend Managerial Accounting”

IMA Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation

  • Eunhee Kim; supervisors are Carlos Corona and Jonathan Glover “The Market for Reputation: Repeated Career Concerns and Matching”

IMA Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Runner Up

  • Henry Eyring; Advisor is Dennis Campbell “Disclosing Physician Ratings: Performance Effects and the Difficulty of Altering Ratings Consensus”

Impact on Management Accounting Practice

  • Mark Young, Fei Du, Kelsey Dworkis, Kari Olsen “It’s All about All of Us: The Rise of Narcissism and Its Implications for Management Control System Research”

JMAR Best Paper Award

  • Dennis Campbell, Srikant Datar, Susan Kulp, V.G. Narayanan “Testing Strategy with Multiple Performance Measures: Evidence from a BSC at Store24”

Lifetime Contribution Award

  • Mike Shield

Notable Contribution to Management Accounting Literature

  • Shane Dikolli, William James Mayew, Dhanajay Nanda “CEO tenure and the performance-turnover relation”

Letter from the President

Welcome to the webpage for the AAA Management Accounting Section!

The Management Accounting Section (MAS) is a diverse community of academics and practitioners from all over the world dedicated to advancing the practice, research, and teaching of management accounting. We have strong partnerships with several organizations, including the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA), CPA Canada, and Wiley. Through these partnerships, MAS offers a wide range of resources to support its members, and I encourage you to click on the tabs at the top of the webpage to learn more.

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Dear MAS members, As the incoming Senior Editor of the Journal of Management Accounting Research (JMAR) for the 2022–2024 term, I am excited to announce the editorial team that will serve during my term. We will have a group of 13 Editors who are distinguished scholars ready to work with you, current and future authors and referees, on publishing high-quality and relevant management accounting research. We will also have a great new Editorial Advisory and Review Board with 44 accomplished members.

Continuing JMAR’s mission to promote diverse topics and methodological perspectives, the new editorial team covers all methods of management accounting research. Close to 50% of the team is based outside of the US, which also continues the tradition of a wide geographical representation.

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