Table of Contents1 First section2 Second section3 Third section4 Fourth sectionReferencesMemorial Symposium for Professor Yuji Ijiri“An Introduction to Corporate Accounting Standards: A Review” by Yuji Ijiri, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2017-0058“Axioms and Structures of Conventional Accounting Measurement” by Yuji Ijiri, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2017-0057“Yuji Ijiri: Accounting for a Better Society” by Shyam Sunder, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2017-0045“Yuji Ijiri: On Accountability” by Jonathan Glover, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2018.0004“Ijiri and His Influence in Japan” by Yoshitaka Fukui, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2017.0048“The Double Entry System of Accounting” by John Fellingham, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2018.0001“An Interdisciplinary Journey with Professor Yuji Ijiri” by Haijin Lin, https://doi.org/10.1515/ael-2017.00561First sectionThe term “classic” is defined to be a piece of work that has lasting significance or recognized worth and serves as an outstanding representative of its kind. An Introduction to Corporate Accounting Standards, by Paton and Littleton (1940), is an example of a work that fits this definition very well.Published in 1940 by the American Accounting Association, the monograph has been reprinted 15 times. Over 60 thousand copies have been sold and, even 40 years after its publication, more than a thousand copies are sold every year. This longevity is a record for any research monograph in accounting.Not only has the monograph had significant influence on accounting instructors, students, and practitioners on a number of issues dealing
Accounting, Economics and Law – de Gruyter
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