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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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.
She has previously published articles in The Accounting Historians Journal, and in The Business Education Association Journal.
Accounting Historians Journal, 14(2), 71-91 (reprinted in Lee, (1990).
Crum in 1982 in the British Accounting Historians Journal, where he wrote, "The most 'equitable' tax is the one someone else pays.
Chambers Contribution to the Development of Accounting Thought," Accounting Historians Journal, Vol.
A prolific writer, he is a former editor of the Accounting Historians Journal.
The Academy of Accounting Historians provides an organizational basis for interaction among scholars interested in accounting history, while The Accounting Historians Journal provides an important publication outlet.
Since then, some 70 historical papers had been published in international refereed journals, especially in the Accounting Historians Journal, Accounting History Review and Accounting History.