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Accounting History Review

1997 - 2023

Current editor(s): Stephen Walker

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Volume 33, issue 2-3, 2023

Reflections from the Editor’s Desk pp. 55-57 Downloads
Cheryl S. McWatters
Cheating ‘Jack Tar’: seafarers’ wages in Britain’s Royal Navy, 1754–1767 pp. 59-80 Downloads
Geoff Burrows, Phillip Cobbin and Jane Hronsky
Measuring profit and performance, a cautionary tale: Birmingham Small Arms c.1911–c.1936 pp. 81-102 Downloads
Trevor Boyns
Social and moral accountability in action: the religious roots of corporate social responsibility in an Italian entrepreneurial family (1900–1950) pp. 103-133 Downloads
Arianna Lazzini, Simone Lazzini and Federica Balluchi
In memory of Esteban Hernández Esteve, 1931–2023 pp. 135-139 Downloads
Yannick Lemarchand

Volume 33, issue 1, 2023

Learning from history. Deconstructing the charge-and-discharge system within an accountability context pp. 1-27 Downloads
Inmaculada Llibrer Escrig and Susana Villaluenga de Gracia
‘Non è mai troppo tardi’. An Italian TV programme in the service of public education (1958–1967): an accounting [in] history perspective pp. 29-45 Downloads
Damiano Cortese and Silvia Sinicropi
Accounting history publications 2022 pp. 47-52 Downloads
Martin Persson
Accounting [in] HistoryAccounting History Review Annual ConferenceEdge Hill University Business School pp. 53-53 Downloads
Cheryl S. McWatters and Alisdair Dobie

Volume 32, issue 2-3, 2022

Fraud in accounting and audit research (1926–2019) – a bibliometric analysis pp. 97-143 Downloads
Nicole V. S. Ratzinger-Sakel and Thorben Tiedemann
Accounting analysis of the Achaemenes archives: a summative content analysis pp. 145-171 Downloads
Mohammad Namazi and Fatemeh Taak
Government Accounting in Pakistan: transition from a Legacy system to the New Accounting Model pp. 173-199 Downloads
Irfan Ullah and Arshad Ali

Volume 32, issue 1, 2022

The nature, roles, uses, and impacts of accounting systems in the Real Liceo of Lucca in the nineteenth century pp. 1-29 Downloads
Alessandro Capocchi, Paola Orlandini, Mariarita Pierotti and Stefano Amelio
Industry self-regulatory institutions, accounting and imitation mechanisms: the case of the ‘Unione Commercianti in Manifatture di Milano’ pp. 31-57 Downloads
Carmelo Marisca, Gustavo Barresi and Nicola Rappazzo
Examining the relationships between revenues and their components and expenditures and their components using Markov-Switching regressions. Evidence from the municipality of Coimbra (1557–1836) pp. 59-89 Downloads
José Luís Barbosa, Victor Ferreira Moutinho and Pedro Mendonça Silva
28th Journées d’Histoire du Management et des Organisations Accounting History Review Annual Conference Nantes Université – IAE Economie & Management 22, 23 and 24 March 2023 pp. 91-95 Downloads
Cheryl McWatters

Volume 31, issue 3, 2021

Accounting [in] history in the COVID-19 era pp. 253-254 Downloads
Cheryl Susan McWatters
The problematical nature of auditor independence: a historical perspective pp. 255-285 Downloads
John Richard Edwards and Brian West
Corporate capers, group accounting reforms pp. 287-314 Downloads
Graeme Dean
Gender stereotyping in public accounting: Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins pp. 315-334 Downloads
Diane H. Roberts
Accounting History Publications 2021 pp. 335-340 Downloads
Martin Persson

Volume 31, issue 2, 2021

Relational approaches to accounting change: the Stati as means of mediation in the Kingdom of Naples pp. 129-164 Downloads
Alessandra Bulgarelli, Clelia Fiondella, Marco Maffei and Rosanna Spanò
Edinburgh accountants in public practice pre-collective organisation: 1757–1834 pp. 165-191 Downloads
Thomas A. Lee
Corporate governance in Japan in the 1930s and its impact on financial reporting practice pp. 193-214 Downloads
Noguchi Masayoshi, Takashi Kitaura, Yuta Sumi and Yasuhiro Shimizu
Occupation, financial reporting and unintended consequences in post-World War Two Japan: the case of mining corporations 1946–1950 pp. 215-252 Downloads
Noguchi Masayoshi, Yuta Sumi and Yasuhiro Shimizu

Volume 31, issue 1, 2021

Public sector accounting and fiscal policy in Brazil (1906–1931): foreign credit negotiation and political use pp. 1-28 Downloads
Adelino Martins
Why Lenin failed to implement Marx’s concept of socialism: an accounting history of the Russian revolution, c.1917–1924 pp. 29-71 Downloads
Robert Arthur Bryer
Depreciation during the second industrial revolution: the British cycle and motor vehicle industries, c.1896–c.1922 pp. 73-112 Downloads
Trevor Boyns
Accounting history publications 2020 pp. 113-120 Downloads
Martin Persson
In memory of Basil Selig Yamey, 1919–2020 pp. 121-123 Downloads
Richard Macve
In memory of Dick Fleischman, 1941–2020 pp. 125-127 Downloads
David Oldroyd

Volume 30, issue 3, 2020

Accounts and assemblage: twists, turns, and the tales we tell pp. 251-262 Downloads
Cheryl Susan McWatters
From ‘pure Satisfaction and Curiosity’ to the ‘particular gain or loss upon each article’: early modern philosophies of accounting in English accounting textbooks pp. 263-289 Downloads
Pierre Gervais
W. W. Werntz and the curious case of ASR No. 78 (1957): insights and lessons for historians pp. 291-305 Downloads
Dale L. Flesher, Gary John Previts and Tonya Kay Flesher
History of an unsuccessful performance measurement innovation: surplus accounts in France (1966–c.1990) pp. 307-339 Downloads
Yves Levant and Marc Nikitin
The Cardiff (ABFH/AHR) Conference and Accounting, Business & Financial History, 1989–2011 – some (personal) reflections pp. 341-361 Downloads
Trevor Boyns

Volume 30, issue 2, 2020

The construction of Brunelleschi’s dome in Florence in the fifteenth century: between accountability and technologies of government pp. 141-169 Downloads
Giacomo Manetti, Marco Bellucci and Luca Bagnoli
Too much to account for. The Crown of Aragon and the collapse of the auditing system in late-medieval Sicily pp. 171-206 Downloads
Alessandro Silvestri
Making women visible in the (accounting) history of Colombia pp. 207-232 Downloads
Carlos Orlando Rico-Bonilla
From a history of accounting towards a philosophy of accounting communication pp. 233-242 Downloads
Lisa Jack
Accounting history publications 2019 pp. 243-250 Downloads
Martin Persson

Volume 30, issue 1, 2020

Special issue: interdisciplinary historical studies pp. 1-6 Downloads
Greg Patmore and Mark Westcott
Averages, indexes and national income: accounting for progress in colonial Australia pp. 7-43 Downloads
Ben Huf
Accounting for information infrastructure as medium for organisational change pp. 45-68 Downloads
Sebastian K. Boell and Florian Hoof
Risk shifting and the decline of defined benefit pension schemes in Australia pp. 69-87 Downloads
Bernard Mees
‘But nobody talks to accountants’: the growing influence of the finance department in the advertising agency pp. 89-111 Downloads
Robert Crawford
The effect of academic literature on accounting regulation: evidence from leases in Germany pp. 113-136 Downloads
Jan Friedrich
Ad hoc referees – Accounting History Review 2019 pp. 137-137 Downloads
The Editors
Announcement pp. 139-139 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 29, issue 3, 2019

A comparative analysis of the relative occupational status of lawyers and accountants in nineteenth-century England and Wales pp. 305-346 Downloads
Kevin Clarke and Jack Flanagan
Global circulation and local adaptation of tax models: business tax in China, 1931–1949 pp. 347-367 Downloads
Yin Xu and Xiaoqun Xu
The introduction and operation of standard costing at J&P Coats Ltd., 1925–1961: an institutional interpretation pp. 369-389 Downloads
Sam McKinstry, Kirsten Kininmonth and Ken Mathieson
25th Colloquium of the History of Management and Organizations pp. 391-395 Downloads
The Editors
Quantification in Accounting History pp. 397-398 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 29, issue 2, 2019

Editorial pp. 161-163 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and John Richard Edwards
Malcolm Anderson 1970–2018: his academic career pp. 165-170 Downloads
Roy Chandler and John Richard Edwards
Locating moral boundaries in the early accountancy profession pp. 171-198 Downloads
Stephen P. Walker
Social class and social mobility among ICAEW members from the interwar period to the present day pp. 199-220 Downloads
Derek Matthews
The birth of industrial accounting in France: some curious paradoxes pp. 221-241 Downloads
Yannick Lemarchand
Accounting and performance monitoring in Tuscany: Larderello, 1836–1858 pp. 243-267 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and Fabrizio Cerbioni
Auditing and corporate governance in nineteenth century Britain: the model of the Kingston Cotton Mill pp. 269-286 Downloads
Roy Chandler
Accounting for the erosion of fixed assets 1863–1900. A case study pp. 287-304 Downloads
John Richard Edwards

Volume 29, issue 1, 2019

Foucault and social and penal historians: the dual role of accounting in the French overseas penal colonies of the nineteenth century pp. 1-37 Downloads
Antoine Fabre and Pierre Labardin
The first women accounting masters in Italy: between tradition and innovation pp. 39-78 Downloads
Maria-Gabriella Baldarelli, Mara Del Baldo and Stefania Vignini
Tax failure: New Zealand's short-lived First World War Excess Profits Tax pp. 79-102 Downloads
Rob Vosslamber
The evolution of internal audit research: a bibliometric analysis of published documents (1926–2016) pp. 103-139 Downloads
Joel Behrend and Marc Eulerich
Accounting history publications 2018 pp. 141-147 Downloads
Martin Persson
Accounting history publications 2017 pp. 149-157 Downloads
Martin Persson
Ad hoc referees – Accounting History Review 2018 pp. 159-159 Downloads
The Editors
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