Academy of Accounting Historians. Accounting History Education Committee
The Accounting History Education Committee has been active in three areas during the past year. The most significant activity was the agreement with Random House for the publication of a short book of biographies of noted accountants.
The following committee reports were submitted at the meeting of the officers and trustees and the annual business meeting of The Academy in Toronto, Canada on August 8-9, 1990. In some cases, the reports have been summarized.
Financial statements -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain;Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Great Britain
Ethics is understood as the worthiness of the rights and needs for accounting information of contending groups in society. Company law is viewed as a means by which users of financial statements rights and needs have been redressed, and which users...