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  3. 2016
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  5. 2015
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  9. 2013
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  13. 2011
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  15. 2010
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  17. 2008
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  19. 2007
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    Moers, F. (2007). Doing archival research in management accounting. In H. A. G. S. M. D. Chapman, C.S. (Ed.), Handbook of Management Accounting Research (pp. 399-414). (Vol. 1). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
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  24. 2006
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  26. 2005
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  28. 2004
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  30. 2003
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    Moers, F., Meuwissen, R. H. G., Peek, E., & Vanstraelen, A. (2003). An Evaluation of Abnormal Accruals Measurement Models in an International Context. (MARC-WP/3; No. 2003-07). onbekend: Accounting & Information Management.
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    Moers, F. (2003). Discretion and bias in performance evaluation: the impact of diversity and subjectivity. (MARC-WP/3; No. 2003-04). onbekend: Accounting & Information Management.
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  35. 2001
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    Moers, F. (2001). Discretion and bias in performance evaluation: the impact of diversity and subjectivity. (METEOR research memorandum; No. 038). Maastricht: METEOR, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
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    Moers, F., & Peek, E. (2000). An empirical analysis of the role of risk aversion in executive compensation contracts. (METEOR research memorandum; No. 045). Maastricht: METEOR, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
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    Moers, F. (2000). Financial and non-financial performance measures and managerial short-term orientation: the interactive effect of performance targets. (METEOR research memorandum; No. 053). Maastricht: METEOR, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.
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    Moers, F. (2000). The role of performance measure characteristics in the design of incentive systems: an empirical analysis. (METEOR research memorandum; No. 052). Maastricht: METEOR, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.