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Accountancy is an unusual profession in that there are, in most countries, multiple professional associations (and designations) that compete for jurisdiction over the profession's domain of practice. These designations have become important product brands that contain discriminating consumer...
In 1948, the Board of Trade established two committees to advise it on administrative and accounting issues arising from the Companies Act. This study considers rivalries involved in establishing the committees. It then illustrates some of the issues put to the committees, beginning with matters...
This article evaluates the process of firm-specific learning relating to the development of actuarially based pension accounting at the Bell System in the USA from 1913 to 1940. Drawing on Alfred D. Chandler's notion of an “integrated learning base”, it analyzes the steps taken by the firm in...
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