Accounting -- England -- History;Collins, John, 1625-1683
This article will examine John Collins' textbooks, particularly An Introduction to Merchants Accounts, to consider the influence of merchants' current trading activities upon the accounting texts of seventeenth century England.
This paper describes the evolution of The Academy of Accounting Historians from 1989 through 1998. It is a continuation of a history of the first 15 years of The Academy that appeared in the December 1989 issue of this journal by the same authors.
Last June, 1981 the respected French Society of Accountants celebrated its centennial with great style and elegance as one would expect from the reputation for such events in France. The Society over the ten decades has had a splendid list of...
Ecclesiastical courts -- England -- Canterbury (Diocese) -- Finance;Church history -- Middle ages, 600-1500
The medieval Church employed law courts to administer the Roman-based canon law. Indeed, in many areas of late medieval Christendom there existed highly developed systems of canon law courts based on the diocese and its divisions. England was no...
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.
A translation of the accounting records of the Exeter Cathedral from the years 1279-1353 (Erskine, 1981), provides one with an elucidating description of this church's organization and the extent of its fiduciary accountability.
Bible. N.T. Matthew -- Criticism, interpretation, etc
St. Matthew is the patron saint of accountants, tax collectors, bankers, customs officers and security guards. He was originally called Levi; however, this follower of Jesus took the name Matthew-the gift of Yahweh-when called to be a disciple. St....
Academy of Accounting Historians. Meeting (2008 : Arlington, Va.);Previts, Gary John -- Portraits;Portraits -- Previts, Gary John;Okano, Hiroshi -- Portraits;Portraits -- Okano, Hiroshi;Walker, Stephen P. -- Portraits;Portraits -- Walker, Stephen P.
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.