Accounting Hall of Fame

Accounting Hall of Fame

An award given by the American Accounting Association honoring individual accountants who have contributed to the advancement of the profession. As of 2009, 83 persons have been inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame; it is considered an extremely prestigious award in the accounting industry. It is located at Ohio State University.
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He is the 64th member of the Accounting Hall of Fame, Joel Stanley Demski.
The AICPA honored him with its award for Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education, and in 2014, he was inducted into the internationally recognized Accounting Hall of Fame.<br />Kinney is the great-great grandson of Chickasaw Gov.
He was named to Cal Poly's Accounting Hall of Fame in 1995 and was named the Distinguished Alumnus of the College of Business Administration for 1999.
The Accounting Hall of Fame announced three inductees for 2004.
BERESFORD (Atlanta Chapter) was inducted into the 2004 Accounting Hall of Fame, located at the Fisher College of Business of Ohio State University.
Among the more famous members of both the institute and New York State Society of CPAs were such prominent accountants and businessmen as Charles Sprague, member of the Accounting Hall of Fame, author of the New York Accountant's Law, and member of the first New York Board of CPA Examiners; Joseph Hard-castle, a prolific writer and contributor to the accounting and business journals during that period, and professor at the New York University School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance; Anson O.
A prominent accounting educator, Edwards is a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame, retired J.M.
BERESFORD HAS BEEN elected to the Accounting Hall of Fame along with Gerald A.
Today, nearly a century after his death, Haskins has not been recognized by inclusion in the Accounting Hall of Fame or by having an award named for him, as has been the case for Sells, who is the namesake for the AICPA award given to the top CPA exam scorers.
"What stands out is how many names are familiar and still recognized today as potential or actual Accounting Hall of Fame members," says Dale Flesher, CPA, a professor at the University of Mississippi's school of accountancy.
Wells won the Lawler Award for the best JofA article in 2000 and 2002 and has been inducted into the Journal of Accounting Hall of Fame. His e-mail address is joe@cfenet.com.
The Accounting Hall of Fame inducted Nicholas Dopuch and James Don Edwards into its ranks during the American Accounting Association's annual meeting in August.