Value Added Reporting: Lessons for the United States

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NOTES
1.
R. Ruggles and N. D. Ruggles, National Income Accounts and Income Analysis, 2d ed. ( New York: McGraw-Hill, 1965), p. 50.
2.
M. F. Morley, The Value Added Statement ( London: Gee and Co., for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, 1978), p. 3.
3.
Ibid., p. 19.
4.
B. Cox, Value Added: An Application for the Accountant Concerned with Industry ( London: Heinemann and the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants, 1978).
5.
W. W. Suojanen, "Accounting Theory and the Large Corporation," Accounting Review ( July 1954): 391-98.
6.
Accounting Standards Steering Committee, The Corporate Report ( London: Accounting Standards Steering Committee, 1975), p. 48.
7.
Ibid.
8.
Ibid.
9.
Department of Trade, The Future of Company Reports ( London: HMSO, 1977), pp. 7-8.
10.
S. J. Gray and K. T. Maunders, Value Added Reporting: Uses and Measurement ( London: Association of Certified Accountants, 1980).
11.
Engineering Employers Federation, Business Performance and Industrial Relations ( London: Kogan Page, 1977).
12.
M. Woodmansay, Added Value: An Introduction to Productivity Schemes ( London: British Institute of Management, 1978).
13.
Stuart Burchell, Colin Clubb, and Anthony G. Hopwood, "Accounting and Its Social Context: Towards a History of Value Added in the United Kingdom," Accounting, Organizations and Society 10, no. 4 ( 1985): 387.
14.
F. C. Jones, The Economic Ingredients of Industrial Success ( London: James Clayton Lecture, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 1976), and "Our Manufacturing Industry: The Missing $100,000 Million" National Westminster Bank Quarterly Review ( May 1978): 8-17; C. New, "Factors in Productivity That Should Not Be Overlooked," Times, February 1, 1978.
15.
S. Cameron, "Added Value Plan for Distributing ICI's Wealth" Financial Times, January 7, 1977.
16.
Vickers da Costa, "Testing for Success;" mimeo. ( London, 1979).
17.
M. Renshall, R. Allan, and K. Nicholson, Added Value in External Financial Reporting ( London: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, 1979).
18.
Morley, Value Added Statement.
19.
Cox, Value Added.
20.
Gray and Maunders, Added Value Reporting.
21.
Michael F. Morley, "The Value Added Statement in Britain," Accounting Review ( July 1979): 626.
22.
Ibid., p. 628.

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