Market Competition, Computer-Aided Manufacturing and Use of multiple performance measures: An empirical study

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Hoque, Zahirul
Mia, Lokman
Alam, Manzurul
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Trevor Hopper and Stuart Turley

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2001
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This paper reports the results of an empirical investigation into use of multiple measures of performance in manufacturing organisations. More specifically, it examines how a multiple performance measurement system is associated with the intensity of market competition and the application of computer-aided manufacturing processes. To test this association, data were collected from 71 New Zealand-based manufacturing units. The results suggest that greater emphasis on multiple measures for performance evaluation is associated with businesses facing high competition and making greater use of computer-aided manufacturing processes.

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British Accounting Review

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33

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Accounting, auditing and accountability

Banking, finance and investment

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