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Research Article June 21 2022
The Art of Government in Maria Louise’s Duchy of Parma (1814–1847): Some Insight into Accounting Disclosure Practices.
Research Article June 21 2022
SEC Resolves in 1964 to Remove Differences between Its Filing Requirements and Companies’ Annual Reports to Shareholders
Research Article June 21 2022
USING A CITY DIRECTORY TO IDENTIFY AND CONTEXTUALIZE AN EARLY COMMUNITY OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
Research Article April 25 2022
Follow in Footsteps: The First CPAs of 1896-97 and Accounting Occupation Adoption by the Next Generation
Research Article April 25 2022
Lessons from a Tax Education Pioneer: A Tribute to Edward J. Filbey
Research Article February 17 2022
Early Bookkeeping Handbooks from Central Europe: A Case Study of the Czech Lands
Research Article February 14 2022
The Evolution of Accounting Standards in Modern China as a Reflection of the Country’s Challenging Shift to a Market Economy
Research Article February 14 2022
Arthur Andersen & Co. Thrice Petitioned the SEC to Reform GAAP, 1954-1965
Research Article February 3 2022
Has the SEC ever been Willing to Accept Qualified Audit Opinions for a GAAP Departure?
Research Article December 17 2021
Pacioli’s Lens: Through a Glass, Darkly
Research Article December 17 2021
Profit Calculation in a late 14th century sole proprietorship, the case of Francesco DATINI
Research Article December 17 2021
The business needs that drove the emergence of double entry In defense of Pacioli, again… it is time to remove those dark glasses
Research Article October 26 2021
AN EARLY PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT’S ASSOCIATION WITH WEST INDIA SLAVERY
Research Article October 22 2021
JOHN HENRY GUY. A MAN OF MANY PARTS
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