Supplement to ‘Neuroaccounting: Consilience Between the Biologically-Evolved Brain and Culturally-Evolved Accounting Principles’
John W. Dickhaut
Chapman University (Deceased)
Temple University - Department of Accounting
Kevin A. McCabe
George Mason University - Department of Economics; George Mason University School of Law
Gregory B. Waymire
Emory University - Department of Accounting
December 2, 2009
This supplement is a companion piece to NeuroAccounting: Consilience Between the Biologically-Evolved Brain and Culturally-Evolved Accounting Principles. We provide brief summaries of five studies from neuroscience along with key aspects of the findings that are cited in the NeuroAccounting paper.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 7
Keywords: Accounting principles, economic exchange, neuroeconomics, primate brain
JEL Classification: D80, E11, M40working papers series
Date posted: December 4, 2009
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