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Accounting History Review

1997 - 2017

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Volume 21, issue 3, 2011

Budgetary and financial discontinuities: Iraq 1920--32 pp. 247-262 Downloads
Geoff Burrows and Phillip E. Cobbin
Accounting prescription and practice in nineteenth-century France. An analysis of bankruptcy cases pp. 263-283 Downloads
Pierre Labardin
Paul and Mackersy, accountants, 1818--34: public accountancy in the early nineteenth century pp. 285-307 Downloads
Thomas A. Lee
The collapse of the Railway Mania, the development of capital markets, and the forgotten role of Robert Lucas Nash pp. 309-345 Downloads
Andrew Odlyzko
Credit and village society in fourteenth-century England pp. 347-349 Downloads
Alisdair Dobie
The turbulent world of Franz Göll. An ordinary Berliner writes the twentieth century pp. 349-352 Downloads
Lisa Evans
Accounting education and the profession in New Zealand pp. 353-355 Downloads
Michael Keenan
Victorian investments pp. 355-357 Downloads
Josephine Maltby

Volume 21, issue 2, 2011

The significance of a 'correct and uniform system of accounts' to the administration of the Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834 pp. 121-142 Downloads
Verna Care
Intergenerational equity in municipal accounting: New Zealand in the early 20th century pp. 143-161 Downloads
Philip Colquhoun
'No French, no more': language-based exclusion in North America's first professional accounting association, 1879-1927 pp. 163-184 Downloads
Crawford Spence and Marion Brivot
Professions and patriarchy revisited. Accountancy in England and Wales, 1887-1914 pp. 185-225 Downloads
Stephen Walker
Accounting History publications 2008/09 pp. 227-235 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson
Two hundred years of accounting research: an international survey of personalities, ideas, and publications (from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the beginning of the twenty-first century) pp. 237-238 Downloads
Thomas Lee
Lyndall Urwick, management pioneer: a biography pp. 238-240 Downloads
Lee Parker
Dictionnaire historique de la comptabilite publique pp. 240-241 Downloads
Anne Pezet

Volume 21, issue 1, 2011

EDITORIAL pp. 1-5 Downloads
Stephen Walker
A review of the granators' accounts of Durham Cathedral Priory 1294-1433: an early example of process accounting? pp. 7-35 Downloads
Alisdair Dobie
Accounting education in Britain during the early modern period pp. 37-67 Downloads
John Richard Edwards
Social reform, military accounting and the pursuit of economy during the liberal apotheosis, 1906-1912 pp. 69-93 Downloads
Warwick Funnell
Regulatory competition in accounting. A history of the Accounting Standards Authority of Canada pp. 95-114 Downloads
Alan Richardson
Called to account: fourteen financial frauds that shaped the American accounting profession pp. 115-116 Downloads
Michael Doron

Volume 20, issue 3, 2010

Editorial pp. 267-270 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and John Richard Edwards
The current value-based balance sheet in the context of east Asian colonial management: the case of the Oriental Colonization Company pp. 271-301 Downloads
Masayoshi Noguchi and Eri Kanamori
Accounting in disaster and accounting for disaster: the crisis of the Great Kanto Earthquake, Japan, 1923 pp. 303-316 Downloads
Yasuhiro Shimizu and Satoshi Fujimura
The dual audit system for joint stock companies in Japan pp. 317-326 Downloads
Yoshinao Matsumoto and Gary John Previts
The emergence of uniform principles of cost accounting in Sweden 1900-36 pp. 327-363 Downloads
Esbjorn Segelod and Leif Carlsson
Transfer pricing: early Italian contributions pp. 365-383 Downloads
Alessandro Mura and Clive Emmanuel
Management, finance and cost control in the Midlands charcoal iron industry pp. 385-412 Downloads
P. W. King
Accountancy and empire. The British legacy of professional organization pp. 413-415 Downloads
Robert Parker
Principles before standards. The ICAEW's 'N Series' of recommendations on accounting principles 1942 pp. 415-417 Downloads
John Richard Edwards
This time is different: eight centuries of financial folly pp. 417-420 Downloads
Mark Billings

Volume 20, issue 2, 2010

Banking from Leeds, not London: regional strategy and structure at the Yorkshire Bank, 1859-1952 pp. 117-133 Downloads
Mitchell Larson, Karen Ward and John Wilson
An historical analysis of budgetary thought in Finnish specialist business journals from c.1950 to c.2000 pp. 135-161 Downloads
Eeva-Mari Ihantola
Daniel Harvey's ledger, 1623-1646, in context pp. 163-176 Downloads
Basil Yamey
Researching the absence of professional organisation in Victorian England pp. 177-208 Downloads
John Richard Edwards
A development agenda, the donor dollar and voluntary failure pp. 209-229 Downloads
David Sutton, Rachel Baskerville and Carolyn Cordery
Was the nineteenth-century Denbighshire coalfield a worthwhile investment? An analysis of the investors and their returns pp. 231-261 Downloads
Bethan Lloyd Jones
The Oxford Handbook of Business History pp. 263-265 Downloads
Steven Toms

Volume 20, issue 1, 2010

Social closure and the incorporation of the Society of Accountants in Edinburgh in 1854 pp. 1-22 Downloads
Thomas Lee
Using accounting history and Luca Pacioli to put relevance back into the teaching of double entry pp. 23-39 Downloads
Alan Sangster
The auditors' reporting duty on internal control: the case of building societies, 1956-1960 pp. 41-66 Downloads
Masayoshi Noguchi and Bernardo Batiz-Lazo
From learning to rationalization: the roles of accounting in the management of Parisian Great Exhibitions from 1853 to 1902 pp. 67-90 Downloads
Karine Fabre and Celine Michailesco
Job analysis on the LMS: mechanisation and modernisation c.1930-c.1939 pp. 91-105 Downloads
Roy Edwards
The Routledge Companion to Accounting History pp. 107-112 Downloads
Stephen Zeff
Editorial Announcement pp. 113-113 Downloads
John Richard Edwards and Trevor Boyns

Volume 19, issue 3, 2009

The formation and early years of the Union Europeenne des Experts Comptables Economiques et Financiers (UEC), 1951-63: or how the Dutch tried to bring down the UEC pp. 215-257 Downloads
Kees Camfferman and Stephen Zeff
Origins of medieval Exchequer accounting pp. 259-285 Downloads
Michael John Jones
Co-authorship in accounting history: advantages and pitfalls pp. 287-303 Downloads
Richard Fleischman and Karen Schuele
Governmental influences in the development of Chinese accounting during the modern era pp. 305-326 Downloads
Wei Lu, Xu-dong Ji and Max Aiken
Building the Union Pacific Railroad: a study of mid-nineteenth-century railroad construction accounting and reporting practices pp. 327-351 Downloads
Jan Richard Heier
Pierre Boucher and the 1803 edition of La science des negocians: accounting in the Republic pp. 353-364 Downloads
Stephanie Moussalli, Dale Flesher and Yannick Lemarchand
Truth or Profit - The Ethics and Business of Public Accounting pp. 365-367 Downloads
Roy Chandler
The Life and Writings of Stuart Chase (1888-1985): From an Accountant's Perspective pp. 367-368 Downloads
T. A. Lee

Volume 19, issue 2, 2009

Introduction pp. 69-74 Downloads
Yves Levant, Hubert Tondeur and Olivier de La Villarmois
'Lady Accounting', an analogy using blood circulation to popularise an accounting view of the health of the firm pp. 75-101 Downloads
Marie Catalo and Nicole Azema-Girlando
The history of the french tableau de bord (1885-1975): evidence from the archives pp. 103-125 Downloads
Anne Pezet
Reform or renaissance? France's 1966 Companies Act and the problem of the 'professionalisation' of the auditing profession in France pp. 127-148 Downloads
Carlos Ramirez
Accounting and the words to tell it: an historical perspective pp. 149-166 Downloads
Pierre Labardin and Marc Nikitin
Charles Eugene Bedaux (1886-1944): 'cost killer' or Utopian Socialist? pp. 167-187 Downloads
Yves Levant and Marc Nikitin
Accounting for triangular trade pp. 189-212 Downloads
Cheryl McWatters and Yannick Lemarchand

Volume 19, issue 1, 2009

The business of protection: Bass & Co. and trade mark defence, c. 1870-1914 pp. 1-19 Downloads
David Higgins and S. Verma
Commercial banking, insurance and economic growth in Sweden between 1830 and 1998 pp. 21-38 Downloads
Mike Adams, Jonas Andersson, Lars-Fredrik Andersson and Magnus Lindmark
Enterprise and philanthropy: the dilemma of Scottish savings banks in the late nineteenth century pp. 39-59 Downloads
J. Carles Maixé-Altés
Baring Brothers and the birth of modern finance pp. 61-63 Downloads
Mark Billings
Promise Fulfilled. The History of the Accounting Discipline at The University of Melbourne pp. 63-64 Downloads
R. H. Parker
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