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Budget Participation, Budgetary Slack And Budget Monitoring On Management Performance: Evidence From Club 100 Companies In Ghana
The study investigates the effect of budget participation, budget slack and budget monitoring on the managerial performance of Club 100 firms in Ghana. The study used data collected from managers, employees and unit heads of various firms on the Ghana club 100 list through the administration of closed-ended questionnaires. The sample size comprised 160 employees of the 100 firms on the Ghana club 100 list who were purposely selected to ensure the results were devoid of any bias. All constructs were analyzed using the Statistical Package of Social Science (SPSS, Version 26), where, descriptive statistics, correlation analysis, and regression analysis were used to examine the effect of budget
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