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Academy Member Spotlight: Stephan Fafatas Washington And Lee University Sep 2019

Academy Member Spotlight: Stephan Fafatas Washington And Lee University

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Stephan Fafatas is the Lawrence Term Associate Professor of Accounting at Washington and Lee University’s Williams School of Commerce. He joined the Washington and Lee faculty in 2006 after completing his Ph.D. in Accounting at the University of Colorado. Professor Fafatas obtained his CPA license in Texas and prior to his career in academics he worked for Arthur Andersen.


Academy Holds Annual Business Meeting And Ice Cream Social At The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting In New York Sep 2019

Academy Holds Annual Business Meeting And Ice Cream Social At The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting In New York

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Group picture of: Gary Spraakman, Yvette Lazdowski, Bob Colson, Dale Flesher, Jennifer Reynolds-Moehrle; Group picture of:Royce Kurtz, Stephanie Moussalli, AAA President-Elect Anne Christensen, Gary Previts; Group picture of: Former Academy President, Massimo Sargiacomo; AAA President, Bruce Behn; and Academy President-Elect, Jennifer Reynolds-Moehrle


14th World Congress Of Accounting Historians Pescara, Italy Sep 2019

14th World Congress Of Accounting Historians Pescara, Italy

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Group picture of: G. Previts, R. Vangermeersch, B. Behn, M. Sargiacomo


Doris M. Cook Former Academy President, Trustee, Secretary And Life Member, Passed Away In January Of This Year Sep 2019

Doris M. Cook Former Academy President, Trustee, Secretary And Life Member, Passed Away In January Of This Year

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Doris M. Cook, the first woman hired as a full-time accounting professor at the University of Arkansas, who taught at the Sam M. Walton College of Business for 53 years, passed away January 4, 2016. She was 91.


Former Trustee & 3rd Congress Organizer, Robert “Bob” Henry Parker Leaves A Long Legacy Sep 2019

Former Trustee & 3rd Congress Organizer, Robert “Bob” Henry Parker Leaves A Long Legacy

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Robert Henry Parker was born in September 1932 in North Walsham, Norfolk and passed away on July 24, 2016 in Exeter, Devon, England. He earned an economics degree at University College, was articled in a London firm of auditors and qualified as a chartered accountant in 1958.


Long-Time Academy Member John A. Yeakel Awarded Life Membership In August 2016; Sadly Passes Away The Same Month Sep 2019

Long-Time Academy Member John A. Yeakel Awarded Life Membership In August 2016; Sadly Passes Away The Same Month

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John A. Yeakel, a professor emeritus of management and Latin American studies at the University of New Mexico and a prominent member of the state’s accounting community, died Aug. 30 in Albuquerque after a lengthy fight with melanoma. He was 85.


Massimo Sargiacomo Receives 2016 Hourglass Award Sep 2019

Massimo Sargiacomo Receives 2016 Hourglass Award

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Massimo Sargiacomo is a tenured Professor of Accounting and Public Management in the Department of Management and Business Administration at the University G.d'Annunzio of Chieti-Pescara where he has also been sole Vice-Rector to Administration and Management, President of the Bachelor Degree Undergraduate Course on Economics and Management, President of the Research Committee of the Faculty of the Managerial Sciences, as well as of the Department of Management and Business Administration, and is still Director of the Phd Programme in "Accounting, Management and Business Economics". In addition to his current roles, he has active research collaborations with several colleagues ...


2016 Vangermeersch Manuscript Award Received By William H. Black Sep 2019

2016 Vangermeersch Manuscript Award Received By William H. Black

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Title of manuscript: “The Unintended Consequences of Tax Policy: How Mississippi’s ad valorem tax structure led to environmental devastation “


Gary Spraakman Awarded 2016 Barbara D. Merino Award For Excellence In Accounting History Publication;Diane Roberts Is The Recipient Of The 2016 Alfred R. Roberts Memorial Research Award; Martin Persson Accepts 2016 Thomas J. Burns Biographical Research Award Sep 2019

Gary Spraakman Awarded 2016 Barbara D. Merino Award For Excellence In Accounting History Publication;Diane Roberts Is The Recipient Of The 2016 Alfred R. Roberts Memorial Research Award; Martin Persson Accepts 2016 Thomas J. Burns Biographical Research Award

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Gary Spraakman is a professor of management accounting at the School of Administrative Studies, York University where he teaches management accounting. Diane H. Roberts is Professor of Accounting at the University of San Francisco.Martin E. Persson is an Assistant Professor of Managerial Accounting and Control at the Ivey Business School.


Edgard Cornacchione Receives 2016 Innovation In Accounting History Education Award Sep 2019

Edgard Cornacchione Receives 2016 Innovation In Accounting History Education Award

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In the GETEC-FEA-USP (Lab of Technology Education in Accounting at the University of Sao Paulo), Professor Edgard Cornacchione headed research to develop a game to support the learning of accounting history by undergraduate students. From the research came the DEBORAH Game, Double Entry Bookkeeping OR Accounting History.


Michele Bigoni Selected As The Recipient Of The 2016 Margit F. And Hanns Martin Schoenfeld Scholarship Award Sep 2019

Michele Bigoni Selected As The Recipient Of The 2016 Margit F. And Hanns Martin Schoenfeld Scholarship Award

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Michele Bigoni holds a PhD in Accounting and Finance from the University of Ferrara, Italy. He has been recently appointed as a Senior Lecturer in Accounting at the Kent Business School, University of Kent.


2015 Best Paper Award For Excellence Sep 2019

2015 Best Paper Award For Excellence

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Papeers are: R. J. Chambers and the AICPA’s Postulates and Principles Controversy: A Case of Vicarious Action; Earliest Known Treatise on Double Entry Bookkeeping by Marino de Raphaeli;Symbolic Versus Substantive Regulatory Disclosure Requirements: The Case of Ford Motor Company in the Early 1900s


Academy Of Accounting Historians Business Meeting At The 2016 Annual Conference Of The American Accounting Association Hilton Midtown, New York, New York 2nd Floor, Gibson Room Sunday, August 7, 2016. Minutes, Stephanie D. Moussalli Sep 2019

Academy Of Accounting Historians Business Meeting At The 2016 Annual Conference Of The American Accounting Association Hilton Midtown, New York, New York 2nd Floor, Gibson Room Sunday, August 7, 2016. Minutes, Stephanie D. Moussalli

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At the 2016 Annual Conference of the American Accounting Association Hilton Midtown, New York, New York 2nd Floor, Gibson Room Sunday, August 7, 2016


Accounting Historians Notebook, 2016, Vol. 39, No. 2 (October) [Whole Issue] Sep 2019

Accounting Historians Notebook, 2016, Vol. 39, No. 2 (October) [Whole Issue]

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October issue


President’S Message, Robert Colson Sep 2019

President’S Message, Robert Colson

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History is currently being made in the context of our own Academy of Accounting Historians. After 42 years as an independent scholarly organization, the board and membership voted at our August 2015 meetings to authorize the officers to pursue a merger with the American Accounting Association, transforming the Academy into a section of the AAA.


Academy Activities At The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting Sep 2019

Academy Activities At The American Accounting Association Annual Meeting

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Celebration of the Century Celebrating the AAA’s Centennial Year August 6-10, 2016; CPE WORKSHOP: ACCOUNTING HISTORY PERSPECTIVES


Recent Books Published By Academy Members; When In Rome... Sep 2019

Recent Books Published By Academy Members; When In Rome...

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History of Management Accounting in Japan Institutional & Cultural Significance of Accounting Hiroshi Okano; Historical Critique Of Currently Accepted Accounting Theory Izumi Watanabe


Morgan Library & Museum In New York City Sep 2019

Morgan Library & Museum In New York City

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While celebrating the centennial events at the American Accounting Association annual meeting this August in New York City, you may want to consider a visit to the historic Morgan Library.


Call For Award Nominations Sep 2019

Call For Award Nominations

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Nominations deadline for all awards: June 1, 2016


University Of Mississippi To House Reproduction Of Kenneth Macneal's Scrapbook Sep 2019

University Of Mississippi To House Reproduction Of Kenneth Macneal's Scrapbook

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Kenneth MacNeal is widely known for his 1939 book, Truth in Accounting, which was strongly critical of generally accepted accounting principles and advocated market value accounting. He kept a massive scrapbook in connection with that work and with a critical article he was commissioned to write for Fortune magazine, which was yanked just prior to publication.


Academy Member Spotlight: Oktay Güvemli Sep 2019

Academy Member Spotlight: Oktay Güvemli

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Oktay Güvemli was born in a town (Fatsa – the district of Ordu) on the coast of the Eastern Black Sea. He completed his undergraduate education at the Academy of Economics and Commercial Sciences, in Ankara, 1960. He finished his masters degree in Istanbul University, 1961. Between 1963 and 1973, he worked as an analyst financier at the Industrial Investment and Credit Bank (Sınai Y atırım ve Kredi Bankası). He began his academic life at Marmara University in 1973. He became Associate Professor in 1974 and Professor in 1980. Prof. Güvemli has been continuing his academic life along with CPA career ...


Teaching Accounting Appreciation At The British Museum And In Your Classroom, J. Riley Shaw, Dale L. Flesher Sep 2019

Teaching Accounting Appreciation At The British Museum And In Your Classroom, J. Riley Shaw, Dale L. Flesher

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Every year the University of Mississippi offers an accountancy study abroad class in London, England. The title of the graduate-level class is “The Development of Accounting Thought.” The class is intended to help the students think about how accounting started as a discipline and about accounting’s contributions to society. One of the highlights of that trip is the visit to the British Museum to examine the cuneiform documents. This visit to the British Museum and the cuneiform exhibit serves to focus the students’ attention on accountancy’s contributions to the ancient world and to modern society.


Corrections And Clarifications: Academy Of Accounting Historians Membership Report Sep 2019

Corrections And Clarifications: Academy Of Accounting Historians Membership Report

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Academy of Accounting Historians Membership Report


Accounting Historians Notebook, 2016, Vol. 39, No. 1 (April) [Whole Issue] Sep 2019

Accounting Historians Notebook, 2016, Vol. 39, No. 1 (April) [Whole Issue]

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April issue


President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo Sep 2019

President’S Message, Massimo Sargiacomo

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Two years have passed by quickly just like a Ferrari on the roadway. My presidential term is going to finish very soon.


Academy Member Spotlight: Robert H. Colson Sep 2019

Academy Member Spotlight: Robert H. Colson

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Robert H. Colson is distinguished lecturer in the Stan Ross Department of Accountancy at Baruch College CUNY, New York, New York.


In Memorium: Former Director Of Aah Alabama Corporation Robert Kee (1945-2015) Sep 2019

In Memorium: Former Director Of Aah Alabama Corporation Robert Kee (1945-2015)

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Dr. Robert Carl "Bob" Kee, age 70, of Tuscaloosa, passed away on October 1, 2015, at Hospice of West Alabama.


Zeff And Camfferman Publish New Book On Formation Of International Accounting Standards Sep 2019

Zeff And Camfferman Publish New Book On Formation Of International Accounting Standards

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From 2001 to 2011, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and its International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) acquired a central position in the practice and regulation of financial reporting around the world. A new book coauthored by Rice’s Stephen Zeff and Dutch accounting professor Kees Camfferman explores and chronicles the board’s rise to prominence, which has been accompanied by vivid political debates about its governance and accountability.


Congratulations Life Member, Barbara Merino, Receives Public Interest Section Accounting Exemplar Award At 2015 Aaa Annual Meeting In Chicago Sep 2019

Congratulations Life Member, Barbara Merino, Receives Public Interest Section Accounting Exemplar Award At 2015 Aaa Annual Meeting In Chicago

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The Public Interest Section Accounting Exemplar Award is given to either an accounting educator or an accounting practitioner (broadly defined) who has made notable contributions to professionalism and ethics in accounting education and/or practice.


Alan Sangster Receives 2015 Hourglass Award Sep 2019

Alan Sangster Receives 2015 Hourglass Award

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Alan Sangster is Professor of Accounting Education at Griffith University, Australia and a visiting professor at the University of Minho, Portugal. He is a qualified chartered accountant and holds a bachelor degree in business studies, a master degree in operational research, and a doctorate in accounting education.