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"The Interaction of Perceived Subjectivity and Pay Transparency on Professional Judgement in a Profit Pool Setting: The Case of Large Law Firms"

  • Publication: The Accounting Review

10/16/2019, Ronit Dinovitzer, The Accounting Review

“The Interaction of Perceived Subjectivity and Pay Transparency on Professional Judgement in a Profit Pool Setting: The Case of Large Law Firms,” (w. K.Kelly, H. Gunz, & S. Gunz) 95(5) The Accounting Review 227(2020)

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