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Other Accounting History Publications In Selected Journals, Academy Of Accounting Historians Jan 2019

Other Accounting History Publications In Selected Journals, Academy Of Accounting Historians

The Accounting Historians Notebook

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Noticeboard [2002, Vol. 29, No. 1], Academy Of Accounting Historians Jan 2002

Noticeboard [2002, Vol. 29, No. 1], Academy Of Accounting Historians

Accounting Historians Journal

Announcements include: Best contributions to Volume 28 (2001); Announcing the Academy of Accounting Historians' 2002 Annual Research Conference; announcing the 13th Annual Conference on Accounting, Business & Financial History; Table of contents for Accounting and Business Research, Vol. 31, no. 4 (Autumn 2001)


Contents [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2]; Statement Of Policy [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2]; Guide For Submitting Manuscripts [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2], Academy Of Accounting Historians Jan 2001

Contents [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2]; Statement Of Policy [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2]; Guide For Submitting Manuscripts [2001, Vol. 28, No. 2], Academy Of Accounting Historians

Accounting Historians Journal

The prefatory matter includes: List of the Academy officers and trustees, editorial staff and board, issue cover page, the table of contents, Statement of Policy, Guide for Submitting Manuscripts.


Accounting For Justice: Entitlement, Want And The Irish Famine Of 1845-7, Warwick Funnell Jan 2001

Accounting For Justice: Entitlement, Want And The Irish Famine Of 1845-7, Warwick Funnell

Accounting Historians Journal

The evolution of modern accounting consists essentially of a series of pragmatic responses to the needs of capital. Accounting is implicated, therefore, in the maintenance and creation of societies in which relations are primarily defined in terms of property, however it is distributed, and justice is determined by the sanctity of property rights. Accounting historians are encouraged to broaden the compass of their research to include the association between accounting and justice which is already well recognised in the critical accounting literature. Theories of justice, especially those of 19th century political theorists such as Bentham and Senior, and more recently ...