Studies in Accounting History: Tradition and Innovation for the Twenty-First Century

Synopsis

Published in cooperation with the Accounting History Association of Japan, this volume brings together key essays presented at the World Congress on Accounting History held in Kyoto, Japan. Covering a wide range of topics, from 16th-century accounting practices in Spain to the development of the certified public accountants system in contemporary China, the volume illustrated the richness of the subject areas and research approaches being utilized in the field.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Paul Garner
  • Gary John Previts
  • Marcell Schweitzer
  • Claudia Gormly
  • Murray Wells
  • Paul Garner
  • Gary John Previts
  • Marcell Schweitzer
  • Claudia Gormly
  • Murray Wells
  • Xu Zheng-dan
  • Tsunehiro Tsumori
  • Shigeto Sasaki
  • Makoto Kawada
  • Christopher J. Napier
  • Yasuhiko Kataoka
  • C. S. McWatters
  • Robert Gibson
  • F. L. Clarke
  • O. F. Graves
  • G. W. Dean
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1995