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CHWASTIAK’S ARTICLES IN TOP 50 ARTICLES IN MANAGEMENT

February 12, 2007

Anderson Professor’s Article Is Selected Out of 15,000 Others

(Albuquerque, New Mexico) Emerald Management Reviews has recognized Anderson School of Management associate professor Michele Chwastiak for her research, naming one of her publications among the top 50 management articles published in 2006. Chwastiak’s article, “Rationality, performance measures and representations of reality: Planning, programming, and budgeting and the Vietnam War,” appeared in Critical Perspectives on Accounting, volume 17 issue 1.

Emerald Management Reviews is an abstracting and indexing database that covers every article in the top 400 business and management journals world-wide including titles such as: Harvard Business Review, Journal of Finance, and Journal of Marketing. Each article that appears in one of the titles that Emerald reviews is sent in by independent subject experts for evaluation. Chwastiak’s article was selected as one of the top fifty out of the 15,000 articles that were evaluated by Emerald.

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