Accounting Historians Journal

Accounting Historians Journal

A journal for historians who specialize in accounting. Articles in the Accounting Historians Journal cover a variety of topics related to the history of accountancy. It is published twice a year by the Academy of Accounting Historians.
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1993), "The Development of Government Accounting: A Content Analysis of the Journal of Accountancy," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
1979), "Early Encounters between CPAs and the SEC," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
This improvement came about because of the contributions of accounting history congresses and publications, as well as the efforts of leading accounting history journals, particularly the Accounting Historians Journal (AHJ), Accounting History (AH), and Accounting, Business & Financial History (ABFH) [Carmona and Zan, 2002].
A brief overview of the table of contents in successive issues of the most notable journals publishing studies of accounting's past, such as the Accounting Historians Journal, Accounting History, and Accounting, Business & Financial History, reveals something of the numbers of participants in, and extent of, the accounting history community, given the frequent recurrence of a relatively select few authors.
1985), "The Evolution and Current State of Financial Accounting Concepts and Standards in the Non-business Sector," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
1999), "Historiography, Causality and Positioning: An Unsystematic View of Accounting History," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
Abstract: The University of Mississippi Library has digitized the Accounting Historians Journal from 1974 through 1992, cover-to-cover.
Thus, the Academy launched the first specialized journal in the area, The Accounting Historians Journal (AHJ), in 1974.
1995), "Retrospective: Paul Franklin Grady," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
html) also features back issues of the Accounting Historians Journal and many historic pamphlets and photographs.
Parker authored the article "Research Needs in Accounting History" (The Accounting Historians Journal, Fall 1977).
The full text of the Accounting Historians Journal, 1974-1992, the full text of over 100 accounting pamphlets ranging in date from 1888 to 1923, and dozens of photographs and illustrations also are available.