Insights from Accounting History

Insights from Accounting History

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Stephen Zeff has been a prolific researcher on the history of accounting and auditing in the twentieth century. He has written numerous papers on the history of standard setting and regulation, of accounting and auditing practice, of the accounting profession, of accounting thought, and of the intellectual contributions of major authors (such as Hatfield, Canning, Paton and MacNeal). This volume brings together the greatest hits of Zeff's academic career, including several articles that were published in out-of-the way places, for easier use by students and researchers of the field. In an introduction, Zeff discusses the evolution of his research interests and explains the factors led to the writing of the papers and their intended contribution to the literature. The book also includes a complete list of his publications.Beginning in 1930a€“1, and for ten years thereafter, Canning offered a course on Index Numbers, in whichhe ... research, andhe wasa leader in theearly1930s in securingacceptance of statistics as a minor field in the Universitya#39;s PhD programs .


Title:Insights from Accounting History
Author: Stephen A. Zeff
Publisher:Routledge - 2010-06-10
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