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It is a truism that researchers working in a field of study should understand how what they research and publish can be claimed to contribute to the knowledge of that field of study. The historian Edward Carr was concerned that his subject may “on closer inspection, seem trivial” which led...
This paper analyses the development of Economia Aziendale as a peculiar Italian theoretical construct, arguing that the current model — at least since Zappa’s ideas of 1927 — is not compatible with Italian practice, nor with the largely successful efforts of the legal profession to stifle...
The success of accounting history research has been evident through its recognition in the broader accounting literature in the 1990s. On this basis, we would expect that research in accounting history should display patterns of publication in generalist journals that are similar to those for...
This work provides an analysis of published historical research on accounting and accountability in local government (LG) and in public organizations that have links to LG. Within this context, the study identifies the main themes and trends in this historical research, the extent of adoption of...
This paper details sources of the “undoubtedly strange” (Yamey, 1994a, p.119) system of goods inventory records described in Pacioli’s 1494 bookkeeping treatise and traces the longevity and widespread use of this early perpetual inventory recording (EPIR) system in English language texts....
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