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Managerial Reputation and Internal Reporting, Accounting Review

Abstract

Demonstrates how a manager's concern for reputation can distort reports made to superiors about an investment project and affect a firm's capital budgeting decisions. Managerial investment distortion in the choice between short term and long term projects; Underinvestment of the firm as a result of managerial misreporting; Participative budgeting issues.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Swaminathan Sridharan

Date Published

1994

Citations

Sridharan, Swaminathan. 1994. Managerial Reputation and Internal Reporting. Accounting Review. 69(2): 343-363.

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