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Accounting History Review

1997 - 2017

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Volume 12, issue 3, 2002

Early cost accounting ideas in agriculture: the contributions of Arthur Young pp. 369-386 Downloads
Roger Juchau
An agency perspective on the accounting costs used in various roles in the regulation of a state-owned natural monopoly: The British Gas Corporation 1972-86 pp. 387-418 Downloads
W. M. McInnes
Reforming the US IPO market: lessons from history and theory pp. 419-437 Downloads
Robert Wright
'An awkward fence to cross': railway capitalization in Britain in the inter-war years pp. 439-459 Downloads
Gerald Crompton and Robert Jupe
The rise of cost accounting: evidence from Italy pp. 461-486 Downloads
Valerio Antonelli, Fabrizio Cerbioni and Antonio Parbonetti
Growth, crisis and change in the insurance industry: a retrospect pp. 487-504 Downloads
Robin Pearson
Accounting History publications 2001 pp. 505-512 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson

Volume 12, issue 2, 2002

Accounting history research in Spain, 1996-2001: an introduction pp. 149-155 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and Salvador Carmona
Mechanisms for controlling expenditure in the Spanish Royal Household, c.1561-c.18081 pp. 157-185 Downloads
José Jurado-Sánchez
Esteban Hernandez Esteve: an appreciation pp. 187-202 Downloads
Salvador Carmona
The 'Hojas de Ganado' of the Monastery of Guadalupe, 1597-1784: an accounting instrument for fundamental economic decisions pp. 203-229 Downloads
Enrique Llopis, Esther Fidalgo Cervino and Teresa Mendez
Early cost management practices, state ownership and market competition: the case of the Royal Textile Mill of Guadalajara, 1717-44 pp. 231-251 Downloads
Eva Carmona and Donato Gomez
Accounting and quality control in the Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville, 1744-90: an historical perspective pp. 253-273 Downloads
Maria Alvarez, Fernando Gutiérrez-Hidalgo and Domi Romero
Organizational change and accounting: the gunpowder monopoly in New Spain, 1757-87 pp. 275-315 Downloads
Miriam Nunez
Ownership structure and accountability: the case of the privatization of the Spanish tobacco monopoly, 1887-96 pp. 317-345 Downloads
Marta Macias
Fuerzas Motrices del Valle de Lecrin, 1936-9: accounting reports and ideological struggles in time of civil war pp. 347-368 Downloads
Luis Fernandez-Revuelta, Donato Gomez and Keith Robson

Volume 12, issue 1, 2002

An analysis of the first ten volumes of research in Accounting, Business and Financial History pp. 1-24 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson
Foreign-currency transactions and the recovery of German industry in the aftermath of the First World War: the case of Schering AG pp. 25-42 Downloads
Christopher Kobrak
'Specialities still continue to increase amazingly': division of labour among building-related firms pp. 43-72 Downloads
Christopher Powell
UK immigrants and the foundation of the US public accountancy profession pp. 73-94 Downloads
T. A. Lee
An Italian forerunner of modern cost allocation concepts: Lorenzo De Minico and the logic of the 'flows of services' pp. 95-111 Downloads
Lino Cinquini and Alessandro Marelli
The use of the postal questionnaire in accounting history research pp. 113-129 Downloads
Derek Matthews

Volume 11, issue 3, 2001

Editorial pp. 265-267 Downloads
Junichi Chiba and Terry Cooke
Cost accounting standard and cost accounting systems in Japan. Lessons from the past - recovering lost traditions pp. 269-281 Downloads
Takeo Yoshikawa
Asset valuation and accounting strategy within the Japanese shipping industry c.1876-c.1950 pp. 283-292 Downloads
Fujio Yamaguchi
The historical significance of the revaluation of fixed assets in Japan's state-owned railway system, 1955-6 pp. 293-309 Downloads
Shigeto Sasaki
The designing of corporate accounting law in Japan after the Second World War pp. 311-330 Downloads
Junichi Chiba
The development of the group accounts disclosure system in Japan pp. 331-348 Downloads
Jun Kawamoto
International harmonization of Japanese accounting standards pp. 349-368 Downloads
Masato Kikuya
Dutch accounting in Japan 1609-1850: isolation or observation? pp. 369-382 Downloads
Kees Camfferman and Terry Cooke

Volume 11, issue 2, 2001

The case for management history pp. 99-115 Downloads
Andrew Thomson
'A vast aggregate of avaricious and flagitious jobbing'? George Hudson and the evolution of early notions of directorial responsibility pp. 117-143 Downloads
Sean McCartney and A. J. Arnold
The evolution of the Australian life insurance industry pp. 145-170 Downloads
Monica Keneley
English commercial bank liquidity, 1860-1913 pp. 171-191 Downloads
Michael Collins and Mae Baker
The deliberation around accounting techniques: accounting for depreciation and foreign exchange in an Indian jute company, 1870-1900 pp. 193-223 Downloads
Ross Stewart
Accounting issues and the measurement of profits - English banks 1920-68 pp. 225-251 Downloads
Forrest Capie and Mark Billings

Volume 11, issue 1, 2001

Introduction pp. 1-6 Downloads
Trevor Boyns and Marc Nikitin
The development of professional associations: the experience of French accountants from the 1880s to the 1940s pp. 7-27 Downloads
Claude Bocqueraz
Accounting and management in the social dialogue: the experience of fifty years of works councils in France pp. 29-42 Downloads
Michel Capron
Berliet, the obstructed manager: too clever, too soon? pp. 43-58 Downloads
Henri Zimnovitch
Environmental turbulence and the functions of budgetary control pp. 59-77 Downloads
Nicolas Berland
The British aluminium industry, 1945-80s: chronicles of a death foretold? pp. 79-97 Downloads
Ludovic Cailluet

Volume 10, issue 3, 2000

Accountability vs privacy, 1844-1907: the coming of the private company pp. 259-291 Downloads
A. C. Storrar and K. C. Pratt
George Hudson's financial reporting practices: putting the Eastern Counties Railway in context pp. 293-316 Downloads
Sean McCartney and A.J. Tony Arnold
The rise and rise of the share premium account pp. 317-346 Downloads
M. V. Pitts
Specialty production, personal capitalism and auditors' reports: Mintons Ltd., c.1870-1900 pp. 347-369 Downloads
Andrew Popp
The life and career of John Spence Ogilvy (1805-71), the first chartered accountant to emigrate to Australia pp. 371-383 Downloads
Garry Carnegie, Robert Parker and Roy Wigg
Accounting History Publications 1999 pp. 385-393 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson

Volume 10, issue 2, 2000

Introduction pp. 91-95 Downloads
Thomas Tyson and Richard Fleischman
Accounting practices of the St. Joseph Lead Company: 1864-1900 pp. 97-128 Downloads
Glenn Vent and Ronald Milne
In search of E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Company: the perils of archival research pp. 129-168 Downloads
Roxanne Johnson
The changing genderization of the accounting workforce in the US, 1930-90 pp. 169-190 Downloads
Charles Wootton and Barbara Kemmerer
Parallels between US and UK cost accountancy in the World War I era pp. 191-212 Downloads
Richard Fleischman and Thomas Tyson
The foundations of modern cost management: the life and work of Albert Fink pp. 213-243 Downloads
Jan Richard Heier
T. Coleman Andrews: crusader for accountability in government pp. 245-258 Downloads
Susan Morecroft, Edward Coffman and Daniel Jensen

Volume 10, issue 1, 2000

The 'particular gain or loss upon each article we deal in': an aspect of mercantile accounting, 1300-1800 pp. 1-12 Downloads
Basil Yamey
No value in par: a history of the no par value debate in the United Kingdom pp. 13-36 Downloads
Christopher Noke
Banking merchants and banking houses: the hidden key to the workings of the Spanish banking system in the nineteenth century pp. 37-56 Downloads
Jose Ramon and Garcia Lopez
Oral history, accounting history and an interview with Sir John Grenside pp. 57-83 Downloads
Derek Matthews
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