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Title Studies in accounting history : tradition and innovation for the twenty-first century / edited by Atsuo Tsuji and Paul Garner
Published Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, [1995]
©1995

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Description xi, 264 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Contributions in economics and economic history ; no. 163
Contributions in economics and economic history ; no. 163
Contents Preface / Atsuo Tsuji -- Preface / Paul Garner -- 1. Accounting History and Public Policy / Gary John Previts -- 2. Eugen Schmalenbach as the Founder of Cost Accounting in the German-Speaking World / Marcell Schweitzer -- 3. Costing Activities: Alternative Views of History / Claudia Gormly and Murray Wells -- 4. The Development of the Certified Public Accountant System in the People's Republic of China / Xu Zheng-dan -- 5. Development of a "Philosophy of Disclosure" in Accounting Institutions of Japan / Tsunehiro Tsumori --6. The Development of the Japanese Railway Accounting System: The Japanizing Process of the British System, 1885-1950 / Shigeto Sasaki -- 7. An Introduction to Strategic Management Accounting / Makoto Kawada -- 8. Secret Accounting in New Zealand: P&O and the Union Steam Ship Company, 1917-1936 / Christopher J. Napier -- 9. The Relationship between the Bookkeeping Systems of Pacioli and Schweicker / Yasuhiko Kataoka
10. Accounting Change and the Emergence of Management Accounting / C. S. McWatters -- 11. Public Sector Accounting in Australia / Robert Gibson -- 12. Notice on the Meat Supply in Burgos, 1536-1537: Ledger of the Town Meat Purveyor / Esteban Hernandez-Esteve -- 13. The Development of Walter Mahlberg's Inflation Accounting and Valuation Theories in the Light of Contemporary Critiques by Schmalenbach and Schmidt /F. L. Clarke, O. F. Graves and G. W. Dean
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographies and index
Subject Accounting -- History -- 20th century.
Author Garner, Paul.
Tsuji, Atsuo.
LC no. 94047429
ISBN 0313294895