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Accounting History Review

1997 - 2017

Current editor(s): Stephen Walker

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Volume 27, issue 2, 2017

A public sector accounting technology and its association with a transition to responsible government pp. 115-142 Downloads
Ron Baker and Morina D. Rennie
The use of accounting information for factory closure and income creation: the case of the South Seas Development Company, 1937–1944 pp. 143-175 Downloads
Yuta Sumi
The Chinese accounting reformation of the 1930s pp. 177-199 Downloads
Lan Peng and Alistair M. Brown
The farm as an accounting laboratory: an essay on the history of accounting and agriculture pp. 201-215 Downloads
Martin Giraudeau
referees – 2016 pp. 217-217 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 27, issue 1, 2017

Publication trends and the network of publishing institutions in accounting: data on, 1926–2014 pp. 1-25 Downloads
Christian Lohmann and Marc Eulerich
Operational and accounting regulations in Spanish municipal pp. 27-72 Downloads
José Manuel Prado-Lorenzo, Rufino García-Salinero and María Isabel González-Bravo
A quest for useful knowledge: the early development of agricultural accounting in Denmark and Northern Germany pp. 73-99 Downloads
Markus Lampe and Paul Sharp
Industrial profitability in the trans-World War II period, 1938–1950 pp. 101-114 Downloads
A. J. Arnold

Volume 26, issue 3, 2016

/ Waiting for Gaignot pp. 165-168 Downloads
Cheryl S. McWatters
Professeur Yannick Lemarchand: a brief biography pp. 169-170 Downloads
The Editors
The advent of double-entry-based costing practices in the British engineering industry: Ransomes of Ipswich, 1856–1863 pp. 171-190 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and John Richard Edwards
Costing in the early Industrial Revolution: gradual change to cost calculations at US cloth mills in the 1820s pp. 191-217 Downloads
Pierre Gervais and Martin Quinn
‘’ ? On the interrelations of accounting, managing and governing in the French ‘administrative monarchy’: revisiting the Colbert (1661–1683) and Paris brothers (1712–1726) episodes pp. 219-257 Downloads
Keith Hoskin and Richard Macve
From care of the poor to the great confinement: an exploration of hospital accounting in France pp. 259-284 Downloads
Charles Richard Baker
Putting all their eggs in one basket? Portfolio diversification 1870–1902 pp. 285-305 Downloads
Janette Rutterford and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos
Accounting and the government of the agricultural economy: Arrigo Serpieri and the Reclamation Consortia pp. 307-331 Downloads
Massimo Sargiacomo, Luca Ianni, Antonio D’Andreamatteo and Luciano D’Amico
Haskins & Sells’ – a profile in leadership thought (1955–1974) pp. 333-350 Downloads
Dale L. Flesher and Gary John Previts
Revisiting the birth of industrial accounting in France, a return to the actors involved pp. 351-371 Downloads
Yannick Lemarchand
Accounting History Publications 2015 pp. 373-379 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson
Announcement pp. 381-381 Downloads
The Editors
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 26, issue 2, 2016

Stakeholders in annual reports under ownership concentration: a historical case of a Spanish brewery company pp. 57-81 Downloads
Alonso Moreno and Macario Cámara
Spies, debt and the well-spent penny: accounting and the Lisle agricultural estates 1533--1540 pp. 83-105 Downloads
Frances Myfanwy Miley and Andrew Farley Read
Taking stock to yield a return: agricultural accounting, agronomometry and chemical statics in the early-nineteenth century pp. 107-129 Downloads
Thomas Depecker and François Vatin
Educating in economic calculus: the invention of the enlightened peasant via manuals of agriculture, 1830--1870 pp. 131-160 Downloads
Nathalie Joly
Language and translation in accounting pp. 161-163 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 26, issue 1, 2016

Speculation, history, speculative history pp. 1-4 Downloads
Cheryl S. McWatters
Pacioli's double entry -- part of an intellectual and social movement pp. 5-24 Downloads
Graeme Dean, Frank Clarke and Francesco Capalbo
Double entry and the rise of capitalism: keeping a sense of proportion? pp. 25-31 Downloads
Steven Toms
Linking Pacioli's double-entry bookkeeping, algebra, and art: accounting history or idle speculation? pp. 33-40 Downloads
Rob Bryer
Response to Toms and Bryer pp. 41-43 Downloads
Graeme Dean, Frank Clarke and Francesco Capalbo
The social life of money pp. 45-49 Downloads
Martin E. Persson

Volume 25, issue 3, 2015

Fertile ground: the history of accounting in hospitals pp. 177-182 Downloads
Florian Gebreiter and William J Jackson
Hospital accounting and the history of health-care rationing pp. 183-199 Downloads
Florian Gebreiter
The development of hospital financial accounting in the USA pp. 201-217 Downloads
Dale L. Flesher and Annette Pridgen
An era of governance through performance management - New Labour's National Health Service from 1997 to 2010 pp. 219-238 Downloads
Laurence Ferry and Simona Scarparo
National hospital development, 1948-2000: The WHO as an international propagator pp. 239-259 Downloads
Margit Malmmose
Accounting History publications 2014 pp. 261-265 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson

Volume 25, issue 2, 2015

'A different army of the talented': negative outliers in the rise of professionalism in Victorian public accountancy pp. 77-95 Downloads
Thomas A Lee
The role of accounting in the making of the bank customer: transferring capital 'd'une main OISIVE dans une main LABORIEUSE' pp. 97-120 Downloads
Anne Pezet and Samuel Sponem
Alberto Ceccherelli (1885-1958): pioneer in the history of accounting practice and leader in international dissemination pp. 121-144 Downloads
Valerio Antonelli and Massimo Sargiacomo
An analysis of the role of a Chief Accountant at Guinness c. 1920-1940 pp. 145-165 Downloads
Martin R.W. Hiebl, Martin Quinn and Carmen Martínez Franco
Accounting evolution to 1400: how to explain the emergence of new accounting techniques? pp. 167-171 Downloads
Sebastian Felten

Volume 25, issue 1, 2015

The milieu of accountability of early companies in the Qīng Dynasty: evidence from the Shànghǎi-based print media pp. 1-26 Downloads
Lan Peng and Alistair Brown
National bank window dressing, 1866-1871 pp. 27-41 Downloads
Christopher Hoag
Documenting, monetising and taxing Brazilian slaves in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries pp. 43-67 Downloads
Lúcia Lima Rodrigues, Russell James Craig, Paulo Schmidt and José Luis Santos
The reckoning: financial accountability and the rise and fall of nations pp. 69-73 Downloads
Paul F. Williams

Volume 24, issue 2-3, 2014

Accounting for victory pp. 57-60 Downloads
Warwick Funnell and Stephen P. Walker
'A paradise for profiteers'? The importance and treatment of profits during the First World War pp. 61-81 Downloads
Anthony J. Arnold
Innovation and pragmatism in tax design: Excess Profits Duty in the UK during the First World War pp. 83-101 Downloads
Mark Billings and Lynne Oats
The war, taxation and the Blackpool Tower Company pp. 103-117 Downloads
Janette Rutterford and Peter Walton
The 'science' of French public finances in the First World War pp. 119-138 Downloads
Fabien Cardoni
Budgetary practices in the Ministry of War and the Ministry of Munitions in Italy, 1915-1918 pp. 139-160 Downloads
Valerio Antonelli, Raffaele D'Alessio and Roberto Rossi
Cartoons as alternative accounting: front-line supply in the First World War pp. 161-189 Downloads
F.M. Miley and A.F. Read
Accounting for war risk costs: management accounting change at Guinness during the First World War pp. 191-209 Downloads
Martin Quinn and William J. Jackson
Haskins & Sells during the First World War and its aftermath pp. 211-225 Downloads
Dale L. Flesher and Gary J. Previts
Accounting History publications 2013 pp. 227-233 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson
Merchants and profit in the age of commerce, 1680-1830 pp. 235-237 Downloads
Jochen Hoock

Volume 24, issue 1, 2014

Historical accounts, conversations and contexts pp. 1-5 Downloads
Cheryl Susan McWatters
Civil and common law influences on the Danish auditor's responsibilities in relation to fraud pp. 7-26 Downloads
Claus Holm
The spatial downgrading of accounting clerks: the case of Pont-à-Mousson pp. 27-45 Downloads
Pierre Labardin
Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and their Business World pp. 49-50 Downloads
Francesco Guidi-Bruscoli
A nation of small shareholders: marketing Wall Street after World War II pp. 51-52 Downloads
Josephine Maltby
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