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My research contributes to the understanding of management control system design. Despite ongoing relevance and over 30 years of research there is still a limited understanding about the interdependence of management control. In this paper I analyze the interdependencies of behavioral constraints, incentives and employee selection under differing degrees of task uncertainty and output immeasurability. I find that in situations characterized by low task uncertainty and low output immeasurabilitydoi:10.26481/marble.2015.v2.97 fatcat:qp2ng65aaraitocv67vlycekyi