Michael G. Williamson
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Measuring and motivating quantity, creativity, or both
SJ Kachelmeier, BE Reichert, MG Williamson
Journal of Accounting Research 46 (2), 341-373, 2008
Reward system design and group creativity: An experimental investigation
CX Chen, MG Williamson, FH Zhou
The Accounting Review 87 (6), 1885-1911, 2012
Attracting creativity: The initial and aggregate effects of contract selection on creativity-weighted productivity
SJ Kachelmeier, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 85 (5), 1669-1691, 2010
The effort and risk-taking effects of budget-based contracts
GB Sprinkle, MG Williamson, DR Upton
Accounting, Organizations and Society 33 (4-5), 436-452, 2008
Experimental research in managerial accounting
GB Sprinkle, MG Williamson
Handbooks of management accounting research 1, 415-444, 2006
Contracting benefits of corporate giving: An experimental investigation
R Balakrishnan, GB Sprinkle, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 86 (6), 1887-1907, 2011
Productivity-target difficulty, target-based pay, and outside-the-box thinking
RA Webb, MG Williamson, YM Zhang
The Accounting Review 88 (4), 1433-1457, 2013
Implicit employment contracts: The limits of management reputation for promoting firm productivity
J Hales, MG Williamson
Journal of Accounting Research 48 (1), 51-80, 2010
Consensus information and nonprofessional investors’ reaction to the revelation of estimate inaccuracies
L Koonce, MG Williamson, J Winchel
The Accounting Review 85 (3), 979-1000, 2010
The effects of expanding employee decision making on contributions to firm value in an informal reward environment
MG Williamson
Contemporary Accounting Research 25 (4), 1183-1209, 2008
Selection benefits of stock-based compensation for the rank-and-file
J Hales, LW Wang, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 90 (4), 1497-1516, 2015
The effect of input and output targets for routine tasks on creative task performance
A Brüggen, C Feichter, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 93 (1), 29-43, 2018
Communicated values as informal controls: Promoting quality while undermining productivity?
SJ Kachelmeier, TA Thornock, MG Williamson
Contemporary Accounting Research 33 (4), 1411-1434, 2016
The evolution from Taylorism to employee gainsharing: A case study examining John Deere's continuous improvement pay plan
GB Sprinkle, MG Williamson
Issues in Accounting Education 19 (4), 487-503, 2004
Incentivizing the creative process: From initial quantity to eventual creativity
SJ Kachelmeier, LW Wang, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 94 (2), 249-266, 2019
Does intent modify risk-based auditing?
SJ Kachelmeier, T Majors, MG Williamson
The Accounting Review 89 (6), 2181-2201, 2014
Performance target levels and effort: Reciprocity across single-and repeated-interaction settings
JG Fisher, SA Peffer, GB Sprinkle, MG Williamson
Journal of Management Accounting Research 27 (2), 145-164, 2015
Testing analytical models using archival or experimental methods
SS Dikolli, JH Evans III, J Hales, M Matejka, DV Moser, MG Williamson
Accounting Horizons 27 (1), 129-139, 2013
The role of incentives in sustaining high-creativity production
SJ Kachelmeier, LW Wang, MG Williamson
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Texas at …, 2015
The effects of knowledge sharing on helping behavior: Implications for reward system design
K Haesebrouck, AGHL Van den Abbeele, MG Williamson
Available at SSRN 2648298, 2015
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