The Accounting Historians Journal
Vol. 15, No. 2
R. H. Parker UNIVERSITY OF EXETER
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS ON THE HISTORY OF ACCOUNTING 1981-1987
Abstract: This bibliography is a continuation of those published in R. H. Parker (ed.) Bibliographies for Accounting Historians (New York, Arno Press, 1980). It has been drawn up upon the same principles and the arrangement is the same. Most items date from 1981-1987 but a few fall outside this period. Some works are included which I have not had the opportunity of examining. These are marked †.
1(d). BAILEY, D.T., 'European Accounting History', pp.
17-43 of Holzer, H.P. et al., International Accounting (New York, Harper & Row, 1984). A general survey, notable for its references to Jewish and East European developments.
1(e). BYWATER, M.F. and YAMEY, B.S„Historic Accounting Literature, A Companion Guide (London, Scolar Press, 1982) 255 pp. Essays on 59 accounting authors from the 16th to the 19th centuries (not including Pacioli). Excellent bibliography.
s Historiques', Les Cahiers Fran-çais, no .210 (1983) 3-6.
Benchmarks in accounting history.
, J.-G., 'Les Grands Précurseurs de la Compt-abilité', Revue Française de Comptabilité, no.161 (Octobre 1985) 34-41. A brief general account, with the emphasis on Italy and France.
3(i). DHONDT, J.,
et Comptabilité Urbaines du XIIIe au XVIe siècle (Brussels, Pro Civitate, 8e series, VII, 1964) 429 pp. + 36 plates.
The help of Basil Yamey and Esteban Hernandez Esteve is gratefully acknowl-edged.