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Accounting History Review

1997 - 2018

Current editor(s): Stephen Walker

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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

Volume 9, issue 3, 1999

Accounting in the late medieval town: the account books of the stewards of Southampton in the fifteenth century pp. 265-290 Downloads
Anne Thick
The accounting practices of a sixteenth-century pastel merchant from the French region of Toulouse pp. 291-306 Downloads
Michele Lacombe-Saboly
Economic prosperity of the gold-mining industry in Australia and the consequent gold tax pp. 307-323 Downloads
Reza Mohammed Monem
Did Gladstone make a difference? Rhetoric and reality in mid-Victorian finance pp. 325-347 Downloads
Christine Gunter and John Maloney
Privatizing the statutory auditing services in Greece pp. 349-373 Downloads
Apostolos Ballas
Accounting History Publications 1998 pp. 375-384 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson

Volume 9, issue 2, 1999

McKesson & Robbins: a milestone in auditing pp. 157-174 Downloads
W. T. Baxter
Through a glass clearly: management practice on the Bowes family estates c.1700-70 as revealed by the accounts pp. 175-201 Downloads
David Oldroyd
Engineering culture and accounting development at Albion Motors, 1900-c.1970 pp. 203-223 Downloads
Sam Mckinstry
Introducing double-entry bookkeeping in public finance: a French experiment at the beginning of the eighteenth century pp. 225-254 Downloads
Yannick Lemarchand

Volume 9, issue 1, 1999

Introduction pp. 1-6 Downloads
Stephen Walker
The Institute of Accounts: a community of the competent pp. 7-28 Downloads
Keith Mcmillan
'A sort of guide, philosopher and friend': the rise of the professional auditor in Britain pp. 29-50 Downloads
Josephine Maltby
Opportunity lost? Chances for cost accountants' professionalization under the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933 pp. 51-75 Downloads
Richard Fleischman and Thomas Tyson
Accountants and Empire: the case of co-membership of Australian and British accountancy bodies, 1885 to 1914 pp. 77-102 Downloads
Garry Carnegie and Robert Parker
Importing accounting: the case of Trinidad and Tobago pp. 103-133 Downloads
Marcia Annisette
Gender segregation in Scottish chartered accountancy: the deployment of male concerns about the admission of women, 1900-25 pp. 135-156 Downloads
Ken Shackleton

Volume 8, issue 3, 1998

Accounting and control in Barclays Bank (DCO): the lending to Africans episode pp. 239-260 Downloads
Chibuike Uche
Budgets and budgetary control in British businesses to c.1945 pp. 261-301 Downloads
Trevor Boyns
The availability of information and the accumulation of experience as motors for the diffusion of budgetary control: the French experience from the 1920s to the 1960s pp. 303-329 Downloads
Nicolas Berland
Is management accounting just what management accountants do? Implicit cost analysis on Britain's railways c.1923-1939 pp. 331-349 Downloads
R. A. Edwards
Window-dressing in German inter-war balance sheets pp. 351-369 Downloads
Mark Spoerer
Accounting History Publications 1997 pp. 371-382 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson

Volume 8, issue 2, 1998

'More a national asset than an investor's paradise': financial management and the British Motor Corporation, 1952-68 pp. 137-164 Downloads
Sue Bowden and Josephine Maltby
Agricultural cost accounting development in Britain: the contributions of three men from Wye - a review note pp. 165-174 Downloads
Roger Juchau and Paul Hill
A short review of the historical critique of usury pp. 175-189 Downloads
Wayne Visser and Alastair Macintosh
Review and extension of Bhattacharyya's Modern Accounting Concepts in Kautilya's Arthasastra pp. 191-209 Downloads
Richard Mattessich
Mercantilism, management accounting or managerialism? Cost accounting in early nineteenth-century US textile mills pp. 211-229 Downloads
Thomas Tyson

Volume 8, issue 1, 1998

Business ethics: A 3000-year-old orthodox perspective which impinges on contemporary business decisions pp. 1-11 Downloads
Roger Lister
A case of an early 1900s principal-agent relationship in the Mississippi lumber industry pp. 13-31 Downloads
Timothy McCoy and Dale Flesher
Victorian share-pricing - a problem in thin trading pp. 33-52 Downloads
Marianne Pitts
Ferranti and the accountant, 1896-1975: The struggle between priorities and reality pp. 53-72 Downloads
John Wilson
The life and death of the Australian permanent building societies pp. 73-103 Downloads
Dianne Thomson and Malcolm Abbott
Accounting History Publications, 1995/6 pp. 105-124 Downloads
Malcolm Anderson
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