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2016

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin; Grasser, Robert Andreas (2016). Incentive recalibration through intra-year target revisions : evidence from sales manager's targets (Unpublished). In: AAA Management Accounting Section Mid-Year Meeting. Dallas, Texas. 07.01-09.01.2016.

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin (2016). The use of a single budget or separate budgets for planning and Performance evaluation (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference for Management Accounting Research. WHU Vallendar. 10.03.-11.03.2016.

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin (2016). The use of a single budget or separate budgets for planning and performance evaluation (Unpublished). In: Global Management Accounting Research Symposium. East Lansing, MI. 23.06.-24.06.2016.

2015

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin (2015). Target difficulty, target flexibility, and firm performance. Accounting, organizations and society, 40(1), pp. 61-77. Elsevier 10.1016/j.aos.2014.12.002

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin; Grasser, Robert Andreas (2015). Incentive recalibration through intra-year target revisions : evidence from sales managers' target (Unpublished). In: Annual Conference for Management Accounting Research. WHU Vallendar. 05.03-06.03.2015.

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin; Grasser, Robert Andreas (2015). Incentive recalibration through intra-year targer revisions : evidence from sales managers' targets (Unpublished). In: Global Management Accounting Research Symposium. Kopenhagen. 17.06.-19.06.2015.

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin; Grasser, Robert Andreas (2015). Incentive recalibration through intra-year target revisions : evidence from sales managers' targets (Unpublished). In: American Accounting Association Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois. 07.08.-12.08.2015.

2012

Arnold, Markus Christopher; Artz, Martin (August 2012). Target difficulty, intra-year target revisions and firm performance: evidence from business units' targets. In: Performance: Targets, Measurement, and Evaluation. American Accounting Association

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