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Home | People | Victor Maas

Victor Maas

Research Fellow

University of Amsterdam
Research field
TI Finance
Accounting, Corporate Governance, Organizational Economics, Personnel Economics

List of publications

van Rinsum, M. and V.S. Maas and D. Stolker. 2018. Disclosure Checklists and Auditors’ Judgments of Aggressive Accounting. European Accounting Review, 27, 383--399, 0963-8180

V.S. Maas and N. Verdoorn. 2017. The effects of performance report layout on managers’ subjective evaluation judgments. Accounting and Business Research, 47, 731--751, 0001-4788

S. Kramer and V.S. Maas and van Rinsum, M.. 2016. Relative Performance Information, Rank Ordering and Employee Performance: A Research Note. Management Accounting Research, 33, 16--24, 1044-5005

V.S. Maas and van Rinsum, M.. 2013. How control system design influences performance misreporting. Journal of Accounting Research, 51, 1159--1186, 0021-8456

V. Maas and van Rinsum, M. and K. Towry. 2012. In search of informed discretion: an experimental investigation of fairness and trust reciprocity. The Accounting Review, 87, 617--644, 0001-4826

F.G.H. Hartmann and V.S. Maas. 2011. The effects of uncertainty on the roles of controllers and budgets: an exploratory study. Accounting and Business Research, 41, 439--458, 0001-4788

V.S. Maas and M. Matejka. 2009. Balancing the dual responsibilities of business unit controllers: field and survey evidence. The Accounting Review, 84, 1233--1253, 0001-4826

D. Naranjo-Gil and V.S. Maas and F.G.H. Hartmann. 2009. How CFOs determine management accounting innovation: an examination of direct and indirect effects. European Accounting Review, 18, 667--695, 0963-8180