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Abstract

The starting point for the present study was the claim that “[…] the principal purpose of accounting is to influence behavior, i.e. to provide the information and the motivation for certain actions.”711 By providing managers “[…] with power to achieve their own ends”712, MAI is a particularly important resource for informational influence strategies.

Keywords

Task Difficulty Social Psychology Research Influence Strategy Formal Information System UHODWLRQVKLS EHWZHHQ 
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