Accounting -- History -- Methodology;Accounting -- History -- Research
Documents are a primary source of potential accounting history—annual reports, worksheets, contracts, and so on. But how does a researcher determine the significance of the documents and analyze the historical context? The use of archives...
Coal trade -- England -- Accounting;Cost accounting;Tanfield Moor Colliery
This paper examines the roles of accounting and costing in the management of coal mining during the Industrial Revolution in Britain, and considers the impact of the agent's reputation in the development and use of these systems.
From the notes I have amassed, some coming directly from two friends, Mademosielle Sarrade and Robert Haulotte, I should like to recall the man who was Luca Pacioli from Borgo San Sepolcro, a Franciscan monk of the second half of the 15th century.
Nissley, Warren W.;Education -- United States -- Accounting;Accounting -- Study and teaching -- History
Warren W. Nissley's intense dedication to public accounting led him to crusade for development of schools of accountancy and improvement of education of accountants. Nissley conceived and championed the Bureau for Placements, 1926-1932, which...
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants -- By-laws;Accountants -- Professional ethics -- Standards -- United States
This booklet contains the Institute's by-laws as amended March 4, 1965, code of professional ethics as amended March 4, 1965, numbered opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics nos. 1-15, and Objectives of the Institute adopted by Council.