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Unformatted text preview: especially when there are competing goals from the clientand the auditor-group members. A second avenue for future research is to investigate selfserving bias when client selection and group formation are endogenous. REFERENCES Abrams, D., and M. Hogg. 1999. Social Identity and Social Cognition. Oxford, U.K.: Blackwell Publishers. Antle, R., P. Griffin, D. Teece, and O. Williamson. 1997. An economic analysis of auditor independence for a multi-client, multi-service public accounting firm. In Serving the Public Interest: A New Conceptual Framework for Auditor Independence. A report prepared on behalf of the AICPA in connection with the presentation to the Independence Standards Board. Available at: http: / / ftp.aicpa.org / public / download / members / div / secps / isb / 0117194.doc. Babcock, L., and G. Loewenstein. 1997. Explaining bargaining impasse: The role of self-serving bias. Journal of Economic Perspectives 11 (Winter): 109–126. Ball, S., and P. Cech. 1996. Subject pool choice and treatment effects in economi...
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