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Excerpt from A Field Study Examination of Budgetary Participation and Locus of Control: October 1982
The question of the conditions under which budgetary participation will lead to desirable organizational outcomes is a matter of concern to researchers in managerial accounting for two reasons: (1) participation is widely believed to provide a managerial approach to improving performance of organizational personnel and (2) the evidence which exists in the literature is in considerable conflict. This question provided the motivation for a laboratory study reported elsewhere [brownell, 1981] of the role of internal-external locus of control, a personality variable, as a moderator of the relationship between budgetary participation and performance. The purpose of the present study is to validate the results of the laboratory experiment using a field - study approach. The results of the previous study will also be extended by considering the effects of participation and locus of control on job satisfaction, as well as on performance.
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