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Part of the Muensteraner Schriften zur Internationalen Unternehmensrechnung Series
Performance Measurement Systems (PMSs) are of utmost importance for multinational companies since they provide head offices with information on the subsidiaries' performance and are expected to influence the subsidiaries' decisions. However, despite their high importance, little is known about the design and adoption of PMSs in multinational companies. Therefore, this study analyzes in detail how head offices of German multinational companies design their PMSs. Furthermore, it also investigates how this PMS is adopted by the subsidiaries of these multinational companies. The findings have implications for researchers and practitioners such as management accountants in multinational companies' head offices and subsidiaries.
|Publication date:||28th May 2020|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang AG|
|Categories:||Cost accounting, Management accounting & bookkeeping, Entrepreneurship,|
Henrik Schirmacher studied Business Administration at the University of Munster (Germany) and Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands). He worked as a research assistant for the Chair of International Accounting at the University of Munster.More About Henrik Schirmacher