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On the Use of Regression and Verbal Protocol Analysis in Modeling Analysts’ Behavior in an Unstructured Task Environment: A Methodological Note
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  • M. J. Anderson, Michigan State University
  • Gordon S. Potter, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration
Publication Date
1-1-1998
Abstract

This paper discusses areas for future research opportunities by addressing accounting issues faced by management accountants practicing in hospitality organizations. Specifically, the article focuses on the use of the uniform system of accounts by operating properties, the usefulness of allocating support costs to operated departments, extending our understanding of operating costs and performance measurement systems and the certification of practicing accountants.

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© Elsevier. Final version published as: Anderson, M. J., & Potter, G. (1998). On the use of regression and verbal protocol analysis in modeling analysts’ behavior in an unstructured task environment: A methodological note. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 23(5/6), 435-450. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved.

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Anderson, M. J., & Potter, G. (1998). On the use of regression and verbal protocol analysis in modeling analysts’ behavior in an unstructured task environment: A methodological note [Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date], from Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration site: http://scholarship.sha.cornell.edu/articles/927