Browse College of Business by Subject "Law"
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An Ethnographic Study of Employee Absences: The Impact of Uncertainty, Negotiation and the Employment Relationship (1988)This investigation is an ethnographic study of employee absences in a coal-fired electric generation plant located in the mid-west. An anthropological perspective and methodology was employed for the purpose of "getting ...
Juror decision-making in professional liability cases: A model and tests in the audit litigation setting (1996)Auditors and other professionals currently face a litigation crisis. An important cause of this crisis is that auditors' decision and actions are evaluated in light of an ill-defined standard of care and in hindsight. In ...
(1995)In a setting where tax laws are ambiguous, the resolution of disputes between taxpayers and the tax agency may require litigation. This study investigates (i) how the possibility of litigation influences taxpayers' initial ...