Franz Michael Fischer investigates the relationships between the application of the controllability principle and managers’ cognitive, affective, and behavioral responses. The author further explores the impact of several important contextual factors on the basic relationships and, thus, develops moderated mediation models. He reveals that the application of the controllability principle has a significant effect on role stress and role orientation which, in turn, are related to managerial performance and affective constructs.
|Series:||Research in Management Accounting & Control Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.03(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Franz Michael Fischer completed his doctoral thesis at the Chair of Management Accounting and Control at the European Business School, Oestrich-Winkel. He works in the finance and accounting department of a large car manufacturer in Munich.