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Afosa, K. 1985. Financial administration of ancient Ashanti Empire. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 109-115. (JSTOR link).

Aiken, M. and W. Lu. 1993. Historical instances of innovative accounting practices in the Chinese dynasties and beyond. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 163-186. (JSTOR link).

Al-Hogail, A. A. and G. J. Previts. 2001. Raymond J. Chambers' contributions to the development of accounting thought. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 1-30. (JSTOR link).

Amernic, J. and R. Elitzur. 1992. Using historical annual reports in teaching: Letting the past benefit the present. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 29-50. (JSTOR link).

Amernic, J. H. and R. J. Craig. 2000. Accountability and rhetoric during a crisis: Walt Disney's 1940 letter to stockholders. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 49-86. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, M., J. R. Edwards and R. A. Chandler. 2005. Constructing the 'well qualified' Chartered Accountant in England and Wales. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 5-54. (JSTOR link).

Anderson, P. F. 1979. Distribution cost analysis methodologies, 1901-1941. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(2): 39-51. (JSTOR link).

Andrews, W. T. Jr. 1981. The evolution of APB Opinion No. 17 Accounting for intangible assets; A study of the U.S. position on accounting for goodwill. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(1): 37-49. (JSTOR link).

Andrews, W. T. Jr. 1995. Retrospective: Paul Franklin Grady. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 149-158. (JSTOR link).

Anes, R. D. 1994. The double-entry bookkeeping method applied in Spain to account for transactions related to the minting process of gold and silver in the sixteenth century. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 97-116. (JSTOR link).

Ansari, S. L. and D. T. Flamholtz. 1978. Management science and the development of human resource accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 11-35. (JSTOR link).

Antonelli, V., T. Boyns and F. Cerbioni. 2008. The development of accounting in Europe in the era of scientific management: The Italian engineering conglomerate, Ansaldo, 1918-1940. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 49-81. (JSTOR link).

Antoni, T. 1977. The Pisan Document of Philadelphia (La Carta Pisana di Filadelfia). The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 17-24. (JSTOR link).

Archambault, J. J. and M. Archambault. 2005. The effect of regulation on statement disclosures in the 1915 Moody's Manuals. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 1-22. (JSTOR link).

Arden. D. and M. Aiken. 2005. An accounting history of capital maintenance: Legal precedents for managerial autonomy in the United Kingdom. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 23-60. (JSTOR link).

Arrington, E. 1988. Review essay: Reflections of a renaissance scholar: Carl Devine's Essays in Accounting Theory, Volumes I-V. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(1): 135-140. (JSTOR link).

Auyeung, P. K. 2002. A comparative study of accounting adaptation: China and Japan during the nineteenth century. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 1-30. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1975. "It is up to us." - Arnold J. Toynbee. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 45-48. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1976. George Soule. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 72-76. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1981. The accounting records of the East India Company. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(1): 67-69. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1983. Accounting in the early years of the East India Company. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 63-80. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1984. Etymological observations on some accounting terms. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 101-109. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1986. Financial reporting in the early years of the East India Company. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 19-30. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1990. An early attempt at balance sheet classification and financial reporting. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 27-45. (JSTOR link).

Baladouni, V. 1990. Charles Lamb: A man of letters and a clerk in the accountant's department of The East Indian Company. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 21-36. (JSTOR link).

Barney, D. K. and T. K. Flesher. 2008. A study of the impact of special interest groups on major tax reform: Agriculture and the 1913 Income Tax Law. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 71-100. (JSTOR link).

Baron, D. 1996. Verification procedures used in two inventory counts in New Spain, 1596-1597. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 1-24. (JSTOR link).

Baskerville, R. F. 1999. 1996 Vangermeersch award winner: The telling power of CCA - A New Zealand oral history. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(1): 1-26. (JSTOR link).

Basu, O. N. 1994. The institutional effects of leadership: The United States General Accounting Office and its audit report review process. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 255-273. (JSTOR link).

Baxter, W. T. 1980. The account charge and discharge. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 69-71. (JSTOR link).

Baxter, W. T. 1989. Early accounting: The tally and checkerboard. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 43-83. (JSTOR link).

Baxter, W. T. 2004. Observations on money, barter and bookkeeping. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(1): 129-139. (JSTOR link).

Bean, L. and D. W. Thomas. 1990. The development of the judicial definition of materiality. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 113-123. (JSTOR link).

Beresford, D. R. 1998. The FASB's accomplishments to date: One participant's views. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 151-166. (JSTOR link).

Beresford, D. R., D. L. Jensen and Ray J. Groves. 2000. Accounting Hall of Fame 1999 induction: Remarks, citation, and responses: Ray J. Groves. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 179-185. (JSTOR link).

Birkett, B. S. 1986. The recent history of corporate audit committees. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 109-124. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, R. 1997. Review: Japanese Accounting: A Historical Approach by Kyojiro Someya. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 179-181. (JSTOR link).

Bloom, R. and H. Heymann. 1984. The ideas of Stuart Chase on waste and inefficiency. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 133-142. (JSTOR link).

Boockholdt, J. L. 1978. Influence of nineteenth and early twentieth century railroad accounting on the development of modern accounting theory. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 9-28. (JSTOR link).

Boockholdt, J. L. 1983. A historical perspective on the auditor's role: The early experience of the American railroads. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 69-86. (JSTOR link).

Boyns, T. 2003. In memoriam: Alexander Hamilton Church's system of 'scientific machine rates' at Hans Renold Ltd., c 1901- c. 1920. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(1): 3-44. (JSTOR link).

Boyns, T. and J. R. Edwards. 2000. Pluralistic approaches to knowing more: A comment on Hoskin and Macve. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 151-158. (JSTOR link).

Brackenborough, S. 2003. 'Pound foolish penny wise' system: The role of accounting in the improvement of the River Tyne, 1800-1850. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(1): 45-72. (JSTOR link).

Bricker, R. and K. Brown. 1997. The use of historical data in accounting research: The case of the American Sugar Refining Company. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 1-24. (JSTOR link).

Bricker, R. J. 1988. Influences from early accounting literature on contemporary research. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 83-98. (JSTOR link).

Bricker, R. J. 1989. Accounting Literature in Non-Accounting Journals: An Annotated Bibliography by P. Tantral. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 263-265. (JSTOR link).

Bricker, R. J. 1998. Review: Economic Influences on the Development of Accounting in Firms by George J. Staubus. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 171-174. (JSTOR link).

Brief, R. P. 1977. The accountant's responsibility for disclosing bribery: An historical note. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(2): 97-100. (JSTOR link).

Brief, R. P. 1979. Baily's paradox. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 93-94. (JSTOR link).

Brief, R. P. 1982. Hicks on accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 91-101. (JSTOR link).

Broden, B. C. and S. E. Loeb. 1983. Professional ethics of CPAs in tax practice: An historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 81-97. (JSTOR link).

Brown, K. F. 1999. Review: A History of Accountancy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign by Norton M. Bedford; Accountancy at Ole Miss: A Sesquicentennial Salute by Dale L. Flesher; The University of Virginia's McIntire School of Commerce, The First Seventy-Five Years 1921-1996 by William G. Shenkir; William R. Wilkerson. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(1): 165-172. (JSTOR link).

Brown, K. W. 1993. 1993 Vangermeersch Manuscript Award: History of financial reporting models for American colleges and universities: 1910 to the present. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 1-29. (JSTOR link).

Brown, R. L., D. L. Jensen and S. F. O'Malley. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Shaun F. O'Malley. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 140-145. (JSTOR link).

Brozovsky, J. and A. J. Cataldo II. 1994. A historical analysis of the "marriage tax penalty". The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 163-187. (JSTOR link).

Bryer, R. 2004. The roots of modern capitalism: A Marxist accounting history of the origins and consequences of capitalist landlords in England. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(1): 1-56. (JSTOR link).

Bryson, R. E. Jr. 1975. Perry Mason (1899-1964). The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 64-67. (JSTOR link).

Buckmaster, D. 1992. Income smoothing in accounting and business literature prior to 1954. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 147-173. (JSTOR link).

Buckmaster, D. 1997. Antecedents of modern earnings management research: Income smoothing in literature, 1954-1965. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 75-91. (JSTOR link).

Buckmaster, D. and K. Theang. 1991. An exploratory study of early empiricism in U.S. accounting literature. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 55-83. (JSTOR link).

Burkete, G. D., M. P. Riordan and D. A. Riordan. 1991. Branch accounting: Evidence from the accounting records of The North American Moravians. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 21-33. (JSTOR link).

Burns, D. C., J. W. Greenspan and C. Hartwell. 1994. The state of professionalism in internal auditing. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 85-116. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J. 1975. The Accounting Hall of Fame. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 37-39. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J. 1996. 1995 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: William W. Cooper. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 127-129. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J. and N. M. Bedford. 1988. 1988 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Norton Moore Bedford. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 205-212. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J., R. M. Trueblood, Y. Ijiri and P. L. Defliese. 1987. 1987 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Philip Leroy Defliese. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 93-97. (JSTOR link).

Bursal, N. 1986. The use of interest as an element of cost in Germany in the 16th and 17the centuries. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 63-70. (JSTOR link).

Campbell, A. D. 1986. The monetary system, taxation, and publications in the time of Christ. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 131-135. (JSTOR link).

Carey, J. L. 1979. Early encounters between CPAs and the SEC. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 29-37. (JSTOR link).

Carmona, S., M. Ezzamel and F. Gutiérrez. 1998. Towards an institutional analysis of accounting change in the Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 115-147. (JSTOR link).

Carnegie, G. D. 2006. "The roaring nineties": A comment on the state of accounting history in the United States. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 203-210. (JSTOR link).

Carnegie, G. D. and B. N. Potter. 2000. Publishing patterns in specialist accounting history journals in the English language, 1996-1999. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 177-198. (JSTOR link).

Carnegie, G. D. and S. A. Varker. 1995. Edward Wild: Advocate of simplification and an organised profession in colonial Australia. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(2): 131-149. (JSTOR link).

Carnegie, G. D., P. Foreman and B. P. West. 2006. F. E. Vigars' Station book-keeping: A specialist Australian text enabling the adaptation and transfer of accounting technology. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(2): 103-130. (JSTOR link).

Carvalho, J. M., L. L. Rodrigues and R. Craig. 2007. Early cost accounting practices and private ownership: The Silk Factory Company of Portugal, 1745-1747. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(1): 57-89. (JSTOR link).

Cataldo, A. J. II. 1995. The earned income credit: Historical predecessors and contemporary evolution. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 57-79. (JSTOR link).

Chandra, G. and J. B. Paperman. 1976. Direct costing vs. absorption costing: A historical review. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 1-9. (JSTOR link).

Chatfield, M. 1992. Review: Selected Writing by Maurice Moonitz. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 189-191. (JSTOR link).

Chatov, R. 1986. William O. Douglas on the transfer of the Securities and Exchange Commission's authority for the development of rules for financial reporting. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 125-129. (JSTOR link).

Chen, R. S. and S. Pan. 1980. Frederick Winslow Taylor's contributions to cost accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 17-35. (JSTOR link).

Chen, R. S. and S. Pan. 1980. Frederick Winslow Taylor's contributions to cost accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 1-22. (JSTOR link).

Chen, R. S. and S. Pan. 1984. Taylor's contribution to cost accounting, A reply. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 151-161. (JSTOR link).

Chen, S. 1998. The rise and fall of debit-credit bookkeeping in china: History and analysis. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 73-92. (JSTOR link).

Choudhury, N. 1983. Vedic partnership rules. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 129-138. (JSTOR link).

Cinquini, L., A. Marelli and A. Tenucci. 2008. An analysis of publishing patterns in accounting history research in Italy, 1990-2004. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 1-48. (JSTOR link).

Clark, M. W. 1993. Evolution of concepts of minority interest. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 59-78. (JSTOR link).

Cloyd, H. M. 1979. George Washington as an accountant. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 87-91. (JSTOR link).

Coffman, E. N. 1983. Editorial. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): vii-viii. (JSTOR link).

Coffman, E. N. 1987. A synopsis of essays on historical accounting topics published in the centennial issue of the Journal of Accountancy. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 123-129. (JSTOR link).

Coffman, E. N., A. R. Roberts and G. J. Previts. 1989. A history of the Academy of Accounting Historians 1973-1988. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 155-206. (JSTOR link).

Coffman, E. N., A. R. Roberts and G. J. Previts. 1998. A history of The Academy of Accounting Historians: 1989-1998. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 167-210. (JSTOR link).

Cook, J. M. and D. L. Jensen. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Charles W. Haskins. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 137-139. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, K. 1997. Review: Accounting History From the Renaissance to the Present: A Remembrance of Luca Pacioli by T. A. Lee; A. Bishop; R. H. Parker. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 189-192. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, W. D. 1982. Carman G. Blough's contributions to accounting: An overview. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 61-67. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, W. D. 1984. George C. Mathews: An early commissioner of the SEC. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 117-127. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, W. W. 1996. Research and practice in contemporary accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 130-135. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, W. W., T. J. Burns, Y.  Ijiri and R. M. Trueblood. 1989. 1989 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Yuji Ijiri. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 207-214. (JSTOR link).

Copeland, B. R. 1985. The story of the sixth rule. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 107-116. (JSTOR link).

Costouros, G. J. 1977. Development of an accounting system in ancient Athens in response to socio-economic changes. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 37-54. (JSTOR link).

Costouros, G. J. 1978. Auditing in the Athenian state of the golden age (500-300 B.C.). The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 41-50. (JSTOR link).

Courtis, J. K. 1983. Business goodwill: Conceptual clarification via accounting, legal and etymological perspectives. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 1-38. (JSTOR link).

Courtis, J. K. 1997. Accounting History: The contribution of Osamu Kojima. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 165-181. (JSTOR link).

Covaleski, M. A. and M. W. Dirsmith. 1991. Maintaining accounting as the paramount interest in accounting research: Re-examining the contributions of DR Scott. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 1-19. (JSTOR link).

Covaleski, M. A., M. W. Dirsmith and S. Samuel. 1995. The use of accounting information in governmental regulation and public administration: The impact of John R. Commons and early institutional economists. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 1-33. (JSTOR link).

Craig, R. J. and A. J. Greinke. 1994. Accounting history and governmental inquiries: An experiment in adversarial roleplay. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 117-134. (JSTOR link).

Cross, J. N. 1996. Review: Accounting Research, 1948-1958, Volume 1, Selected Articles on Accounting History by David Solomons; Stephen A. Zeff; Accounting Research, 1948-1958, Volume II, Selected Articles on Accounting Theory by David Solomons; Stephen A. Zeff. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(2): 125-126. (JSTOR link).

Cross, J. N. 1998. The first Wisconsin accountancy bill: An historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 113-128. (JSTOR link).

Crum, R. P. 1982. Value-added taxation: The roots run deep into colonial and early America. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 25-42. (JSTOR link).

Cushing, B. E. 1989. A Kuhnian interpretation of the historical evolution of accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 1-41. (JSTOR link).

Dailey, M. J. 1984. Cyclical aspects of twentieth century American accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 61-75. (JSTOR link).

Daniels, R. and D. L. Flesher. 1991. The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company: An examination of contingent liabilities of 1903-1904. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 55-73. (JSTOR link).

Daniels, R. B. and J. Beeler. 2001. An archival investigation of a late 19th century accounting information system: The use of decision aids in the American printing industry. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 3-18. (JSTOR link).

Daniels, R. B. and L. M. Plunkett. 1994. The nature and influence of managerial accounting during the new south movement: The case of a Charleston printer. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 145-161. (JSTOR link).

Davidson, S., T. J. Burns and C. T. Horngren. 1990. 1990: Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Charles Thomas Horngren. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 125-134. (JSTOR link).

Davie, S. S. K. 2005. Vangermeersch manuscript award winner, 2003: Accounting's uses in exploitative human engineering: Theorizing citizenship, indirect rule and Britain's imperial expansion. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 55-80. (JSTOR link).

Davis, H. Z. 1981. Note on the first recorded audit in the Bible. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(1): 71-72. (JSTOR link).

Davis, H. Z. 1986. Accounting measurement and capacity limits of technological devices. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 151-153. (JSTOR link).

Davis, Z. D. 1982. History of LIFO. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

De Beelde, I. 2003. The development of a Belgian accounting code during the first half of the 20th century. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(2): 1-28. (JSTOR link).

Dean, G. and F. L. Clarke. 1989. A note: Graves, Sweeney and Goldmaarkbilanz - Whither Sewwney and Schmidt's tageswertbilanz? The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 101-109. (JSTOR link).

Dean, G. W., P. W. Wolnizer and F. L. Clarke. 2006. The R. J. Chambers collection: An "archivist's" revelations of 20th century accounting thought and practice. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 145-166. (JSTOR link).

Dillon, G. J. 1979. Corporate asset revaluations: 1925-1934. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 1-15. (JSTOR link).

Dobie, A. 2008. An analysis of the Bursars' accounts at Durham Cathedral Priory, 1278-1398. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 181-208. (JSTOR link).

Doupnik, T. S. 1986. The evolutions of financial statement indexation in Brazil. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 1-18. (JSTOR link).

Duke, M. and E. N. Coffman. 1993. Writing an accounting or business history: Notes toward a methodology. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 217-235. (JSTOR link).

Dunlop, A. B. G. 1977. The preservation of source material. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 79-87. (JSTOR link).

Durham, J. W. 1992. The introduction of "Arabic" numbers in European accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 25-55. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. D. 1987. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants: A century of progress and commitment to the accountancy profession. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 109-121. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R. 1991. The process of accounting innovation: The publication of consolidated accounts in Britain in 1910. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 113-132. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R. and A. Warman. 1981. Discounted cash flow and business valuation in a nineteenth century merger: A Note. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 37-50. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R. and K. M. Webb. 1984. The development of group accounting in the United Kingdom to 1933. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 31-61. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R. and S. P. Walker. 2007. Accountants in the British census. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(2): 43-74. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R., G. Hammersley and E. Newell. 1990. Cost accounting at Keswick, England, c. 1598-1615: The German connection. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 61-80. (JSTOR link).

Edwards, J. R., T. Boyns and M. Anderson. 1995. British cost accounting development: Continuity and change. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(2): 1-41. (JSTOR link).

Elam, R. 1981. The cultural significance of accounts - The philosophy of DR Scott. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 51-59. (JSTOR link).

Elmore, R. C. 1987. The influence of tax legislation on financial accounting: A study of the timber industry, 1905-1925. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 41-57. (JSTOR link).

Engstrom, J. H. and R. A. Shockley. 1985. Financial reporting for the Georgia Colony. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 43-58. (JSTOR link).

Esteve, E. H. 1989. The life of Bartolome Salvador De Solorzano: Some further evidence. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 87-99. (JSTOR link).

Evans, L. 2003. Auditing and audit firms in Germany before 1931. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(2): 29-65. (JSTOR link).

Ezzamel, M. 2002. Accounting and redistribution: The palace and mortuary cult in the Middle Kingdom, ancient Egypt. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 61-103. (JSTOR link).

Fagerberg, D. Jr. 1990. A World War II cost accounting assignment. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 81-88. (JSTOR link).

Faircloth, A. 1988. The importance of accounting to the Shakers. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 99-129. (JSTOR link).

Figlewicz, R. E., D. T. Anderson and C. D. Strupeck. 1985. The evolution and current state of financial accounting concepts and standards in the nonbusiness sector. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 73-98. (JSTOR link).

Filios, V. P. 1981. Four schools of European accounting thought. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 61-78. (JSTOR link).

Fitzgerald, A. A. 1988. A reprint of Principles of Accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(1): 125-134. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, R. K. and D. Oldroyd. 2001. An imperial connection? Contrasting accounting practices in the coal mines of north-east England and Nova Scotia, 1825-1900. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 31-62. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, R. K. and R. P. Marquette. 1987. Municipal accounting reform c. 1900: Ohio's progressive accountants. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 83-94. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, R. K. and R. P. Marquette. 2003. The impact of World War II on cost accounting at the Sperry Corporation. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(2): 67-104. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, R. K. and T. N. Tyson. 1997. Archival researchers: An endangered species? The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 91-109. (JSTOR link).

Fleischman, R. K. and V. S. Radcliffe. 2005. The roaring nineties: Accounting history comes of age. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 61-109. (JSTOR link).

Fleming, R. J., S. P. Graci and J. E. Thompson. 1990. Characteristics of the work of leading authors of The Accounting Review, 1926-1945. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 5-25. (JSTOR link).

Fleming, R. J., S. P. Graci and J. E. Thompson. 1991. Tracing the evolution of research in The Accounting Review through its leading authors: The 1946-1965 period. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 27-53. (JSTOR link).

Fleming, R. J., S. P. Graci and J. E. Thompson. 2000. The dawning of the age of quantitative/empirical methods in accounting research: Evidence from the leading authors of The Accounting Review, 1966-1985. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 43-72. (JSTOR link).

Flesher, D. L. 1979. Barter bookkeeping: A tenacious system. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 83-86. (JSTOR link).

Flesher, D. L. and G. J. Previts. 2005. William Donald Samson Memorial to an accounting historian, scholar and friend. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 2-3. (JSTOR link).

Flesher, D. L. and W. D. Samson. 1990. What is publishable accounting history research: An editorial view. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 1-4. (JSTOR link).

Flesher, D. L., G. J. Previts and W. D. Samson. 2006. Early American corporate reporting and European capital markets: The case of the Illinois Central Railroad, 1851-1861. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 3-24. (JSTOR link).

Flesher, T. K. and D. L. Flesher. 1985. James O. McKinsey. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 117-128. (JSTOR link).

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Freear, J. 1982. The final examinations of the institute of chartered accountants in England and Wales, 1882-1981. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 53-89. (JSTOR link).

Freear, J. 1986. An accountant in the Bolivian jungle. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 145-150. (JSTOR link).

Fuglister, J. and R. Bloom. 1991. Accounting records of Quakers of West Falmouth, Massachusetts (1796-1860): An analysis. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 133-154. (JSTOR link).

Fujimura, D. 2007. Lyman Mills and its encounter with public accountants' inventory costing circa 1920. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(2): 169-200. (JSTOR link).

Funnell, W. 2001. Accounting for justice: Entitlement, want and the Irish famine of 1845-7. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 187-206. (JSTOR link).

Funnell, W. 2004. Accounting and the pursuit of utopia: The possibility of perfection in Paraguay. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(1): 57-91. (JSTOR link).

Gaffikin, M. 1997. Review: The History of Accounting: An International Encyclopedia by Michael Chatfield; Richard Vangermeersch. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 184-186. (JSTOR link).

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Gaffikin, M. J. R. 1993. Review: Methodology and Method in History, A Bibliography by Lee D. Parker; O. Finley Graves. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 135-137. (JSTOR link).

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Gamble, G. O., G. Otto and L. M. Hyman. 1995. A citational analysis of the accounting education literature, 1956-1990. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 103-148. (JSTOR link).

Garbutt, D. 1984. The significance of ancient Mesopotamia in accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 83-101. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P. 1974. Reflections on the uses of accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 1-2. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P. 1976. Summary report of the committee on goals and objectives: (Based on the meeting of the Committee in Atlanta, Georgia on August 21, 1976). The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 50-55. (JSTOR link).

Garner, S. P., G. Padroni and A. Martinelli. 1976. A tribute to Federigo Melis. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 13-21. (JSTOR link).

Gassmann, R. 1974. Survey of the development of auditing in Germany. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 4.

Gavens, J. J. and R. W. Gibson. 1992. An Australian attempt to internationalize accounting professional organizations. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 79-102. (JSTOR link).

Gellein, O., D. L. Jensen and J. M. Cook. 2000. Accounting Hall of Fame 1999 induction: Remarks, citation, and responses: J. Michael Cook. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 173-178. (JSTOR link).

Gellein, O. S. 1987. Capital maintenance: A neglected notion. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 59-69. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, R. W. 1979. Development of corporate accounting in Australia. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(2): 23-38. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, R. W. 1984. Episodes in the Australian tax accounting saga. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 77-99. (JSTOR link).

Gibson, R. W. and R. Arnold. 1981. The development of auditing standards in Australia. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(1): 51-65. (JSTOR link).

Givens, H. R. 1980. Peter Duff: Accountant and educator. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 37-42. (JSTOR link).

Givens, H. R. 1985. A total information system for physicians: c. 1897. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 117-120. (JSTOR link).

Glautier, M. W. E. 1983. Searching for accounting paradigms. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 51-68. (JSTOR link).

Glynn, J. J. 1984. The development of British railway accounting: 1800-1911. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 103-118. (JSTOR link).

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Goldberg, L. 1986. Guest editorial: On writing for the journal. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): vii-xi. (JSTOR link).

Goldberg, L. 1988. A. A. Fitzgerald on the "Principles of Accounting." The Accounting Historians Journal 15(1): 119-124. (JSTOR link).

Goldberg, L. and W. E. Stone. 1985. John Caldwell Colt: A notorious accountant. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 121-130. (JSTOR link).

Goodman, L. and D. Palmon. 2001. Technological innovations and the work of the accounting historian: Some key issues. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 93-110. (JSTOR link).

Grandell, A. 1977. The reckoning board and tally stick. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 101-105. (JSTOR link).

Graves, O. F. 1987. Accounting for inflation: Henry Sweeney and the German Gold-Mark Model. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 33-56. (JSTOR link).

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Hagerman, R. L. 1980. Accounting in the Bible. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 71-76. (JSTOR link).

Hallbauer, R. C. 1978. Standard costing and scientific management. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 37-49. (JSTOR link).

Harston, M. E. 1993. The German accounting profession - 1931 and before: A reflection of national ideologies. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 139-162. (JSTOR link).

Harston, M. E. and S. T. Welch. 1997. Evolution of professional enforcement in Texas: An examination of violations and sanctions. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 25-73. (JSTOR link).

Haseman, W. C. 1978. Management accounting literature: 1925-1975. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 71-78. (JSTOR link).

Haskins, M. E. and D. D. Williams. 1986. A genealogy of today's contributions to accounting research. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 93-101. (JSTOR link).

Hatfield, H. R. 1977. "Zwei Pfadfinder". The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 2-8. (JSTOR link).

Hatfield, J. G. 1977. Recollections about father. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 14-16. (JSTOR link).

Haulotte, R., E. Stevelinck and R. Homburger. 1977. A bit of accounting history adding the pages in the journal. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(2): 113-116. (JSTOR link).

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Heier, J. R. 1988. A content comparison of antebellum plantation records and Thomas Affleck's Accounting Principles. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 131-150. (JSTOR link).

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Heier, J. R. 2006. America's railroad depreciation debate, 1907 to 1913: A study of divergence in early 20th century accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 89-124. (JSTOR link).

Heier, J. R. and A. L. Gurley. 2007. The end of betterment accounting: A study of the economic, professional, and regulatory factors that fostered standards convergence in the U.S. railroad industry, 1955-1983. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(1): 25-55. (JSTOR link).

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Hernández-Esteve, E. 1994. Comments on some obscure or ambiguous points of the treatise De Computis Et Scripturis by Luca Pacioli. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 17-80. (JSTOR link).

Hirabayashi, Y. 1989. Memorial: The late emeritus professor Kojima (1912-1989). The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 215-218. (JSTOR link).

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Holmes, S. A., S. T. Welch and L. R. Knudson. 2005. The role of accounting practices in the disempowerment of the Coahuiltecan Indians. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 105-143. (JSTOR link).

Holmes, W. 1976. Digging in Boston's accounting dumps. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 32-39. (JSTOR link).

Holmes, W. 1977. A 13th century audit case. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(2): 107-111. (JSTOR link).

Holmes, W. 1978. An 18th century accounting projection from Plymouth, Massachusetts. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 67-70. (JSTOR link).

Holmes, W. 1978. Benjamin Gilliam's book - 1700. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 73-76. (JSTOR link).

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Homburger, R. H. 1974. International papers: Summaries of papers presented at the First International Accounting History Symposium. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 13-15. (JSTOR link).

Homburger, R. H. and G. J. Previts. 1977. The relevance of "Zwei Pfadfinder." The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 9-13. (JSTOR link).

Hooks, J. J. and R. E. Stewart. 2007. The geography and ideology of accounting: A case study of domination and accounting in a sugar refinery in Australasia, 1900-1920. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(2): 143-168. (JSTOR link).

Hooper, K. 1995. The Cely Shipping accounts: Accountability and the transition from oral to written records. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(2): 85-115. (JSTOR link).

Hopwood, W. S. and K. S. Hreha. 1984. The interprofessional tax altercation. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 1-18. (JSTOR link).

Horngren, C. T., D. L. Jensen and J. S. Demski. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Joel S. Demski. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 131-136. (JSTOR link).

Horngren, C. T., D. L. Jensen and W. H. Beaver. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Citation and response: William Henry Beaver. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 157-164. (JSTOR link).

Horngren, C. T., T. J. Burns and R. T. Sprouse. 1994. 1994 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Robert Sprouse. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 151-161. (JSTOR link).

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Hughes, H. P. 1982. Some contributions of and some controversies surrounding Thomas Jones and Benjamin Franklin Foster. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 43-51. (JSTOR link).

Hughes, J. F. and L. Oats. 2007. King John's tax innovations - Extortion, resistance, and the establishment of the principle of taxation by consent. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(2): 75-107. (JSTOR link).

Inoue, K. 1978. The oldest German bookkeeping text: A commentary to recognize the neglected contribution of Grammateus to bookkeeping. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 51-65. (JSTOR link).

Inoue, K. 1982. "Threefold bookkeeping" by Matthaus Schwardz. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 39-51. (JSTOR link).

Irvine, H. 2002. The legitimizing power of financial statements in the Salvation Army in England, 1865-1892. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 1-36. (JSTOR link).

Jacobsen, L. E. 1983. Use of knotted string accounting records in old Hawaii and ancient China. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 53-61. (JSTOR link).

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Jensen, D. L. 1998. Review: Leonard M. Savoie: Words from the Past, Thoughts for Today by Donald E. Tidrick. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 174-176. (JSTOR link).

Jensen, D. L., A. R. Wyatt and C. A. Bowscher. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: citation and response: Charles Arthur Bowshler. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 143-148. (JSTOR link).

Johns, R. S. 1976. In all my years - Classification of accounting services. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 10-12. (JSTOR link).

Jones, J. W. 1983. A description of a Baltimore merchant's journal. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 99-110. (JSTOR link).

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Jones, T. W. and J. D. Smith. 1982. An historical perspective of net present value and equivalent annual cost. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 103-110. (JSTOR link).

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Kedslie, M. J. M. 1990. Mutual self interest - A unifying force; The dominance of societal closure over social background in the early professional accounting bodies. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 1-19. (JSTOR link).

Kee, R. 1993. Data processing technology and accounting: A historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 187-216. (JSTOR link).

Keister, O. R. 1974. Unexpected Accounting? The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 16-18. (JSTOR link).

Kellenbenz, H. 1974. The state of bookkeeping in upper Germany at the time of the Fuggers and Welsers. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 4.

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Ketz, J. E. 1984. Tithing and income measurement. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 129-132. (JSTOR link).

Khodadoust, T. and P. Frishkoff. 1979. On mercantile accounting in pre-industrial Iran. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 53-62. (JSTOR link).

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Kirk, D. J., D. L. Jensen and J. C. Burton. 1998. Accounting Hall of Fame 1997 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: John Campbell Burton. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 149-158. (JSTOR link).

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Kistler, L. H. 1980. The Middlesex Canal - An analysis of its accounting and management. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 43-57. (JSTOR link).

Kistler, L. H., C. P. Carter and B. Hinchey. 1984. Planning and control in the 19th century ice trade. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 19-30. (JSTOR link).

Koeppen, D. R. 1990. Creating an accounting culture in the classroom. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 89-96. (JSTOR link).

Kohler, E. L. 1975. In all my years. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 27-30. (JSTOR link).

Kojima, O. 1977. Accounting textbooks in seventeenth century England - Chiefly about Collins' work. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 69-78. (JSTOR link).

Kolton, P., D. L. Jensen and D. J. Kirk. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Remarks, citation and response: Donald James Kirk. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 149-156. (JSTOR link).

Kozuh, R. M. 1983. Antecedents of the income tax in Colonial America. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 99-116. (JSTOR link).

Kreiser, L. 1976. A short history of the economic development and accounting treatment of pension plans. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 56-62. (JSTOR link).

Kreiser, L. and P. N. Dare. 1986. Shaker accounting records at Pleasant Hill: 1830-1950. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 19-36. (JSTOR link).

Krzystofik, A. T. 1975. Robert Hiester Montgomery (1872-1953). The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 67-70. (JSTOR link).

Kubin, K. W. 1975. Accounting for foreign currency translation: Current problems in historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 11-16. (JSTOR link).

Kubin, K. W. 1975. Interim report of the research committee. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 55-57. (JSTOR link).

Kumar, A. 1988. Book review: The Contributions of Alexander Hamilton Church to Accounting and Management by Richard Vangermeersch. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 224-226. (JSTOR link).

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Lamb, M. 2002. Defining "profits" for British income tax purposes: A contextual study of the depreciation cases, 1875-1897. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 105-172. (JSTOR link).

Lamb, M. 2003. Questions of taxation framed as accounting historical research: A suggested approach. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(2): 175-196. (JSTOR link).

Langenderfer, H. Q. 1996. Review: The Struggle for Status: A History of Accounting Education by Glenn Van Wyhe. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 149-154. (JSTOR link).

Lawrence, C. and J. P. Stewart. 1993. DR Scott's conceptual framework. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 95-117. (JSTOR link).

Lee, G. A. 1977. The coming of age of double entry: The Giovanni Farolfi ledger of 1299-1300. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(2): 79-95. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. 1991. Review essay: Professional foundations and theories of professional behavior. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 193-203. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. 1994. The changing form of the corporate annual report. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 215-232. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. 2002. Henry Rand Hatfield and accounting biography. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 123-130. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. 2004. Economic class, social status, and early Scottish Chartered Accountants. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(2): 27-51. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. A. 1983. The early debate on financial and physical capital. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 25-50. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. A. 1997. The influence of Scottish accountants in the United States: The early case of the Society of Accountants in Edinburgh. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 117-141. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. A. 2000. A social network analysis of the founders of institutionalized public accountancy. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 1-48. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. A. 2008. A letter from a teenage accounting clerk in 1846: A hidden voice in a micro-history of modern public accountancy. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 43-69. (JSTOR link).

Lin, Z. J. 1992. Chinese double-entry bookkeeping before the nineteenth century. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 103-122. (JSTOR link).

Lloréns, M. B. 2004. Financial crises and the publication of the financial statements of banks in Spain, 1844-1868. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(2): 1-26. (JSTOR link).

Lloyd-Jones, R., M. J. Lewis, M. D. Matthews and J. Maltby. 2005. Control, conflict and concession: Corporate governance, accounting and accountability at Birmingham Small Arms, 1906-1933. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 149-184. (JSTOR link).

Locke, R. R. 1979. Cost accounting an institutional yardstick for measuring British entrepreneural performance, circa 1914. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(2): 1-22. (JSTOR link).

Locke, R. R. 1979. New insights from cost accounting into British entrepreneurial performance circa 1914. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 17-28. (JSTOR link).

Macías, M. 2002. Vangermeersch manuscript award winner, 2001: Privatization and management accounting systems change: The case of the 19th century Spanish tobacco monopoly. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 31-57. (JSTOR link).

Magill, H. T. 1987. A commentary on CPAs in 1908. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 109-114. (JSTOR link).

Maltby, J. 2005. Showing a strong front: Corporate social reporting and the 'business case' in Britain, 1914-1919. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 145-171. (JSTOR link).

Mann, H. 1976. John McDonald. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 68-72. (JSTOR link).

Mann, H. 1979. Accounting for Les Forges De Saint-Maurice 1730-1736. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 63-82. (JSTOR link).

Mann, H. 1984. Thus spake the rabbis - The first income tax? The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 125-133. (JSTOR link).

Margavio, G. W. 1993. The savings and loan debacle: the culmination of three decades of conflicting regulation, deregulation, and re-regulation. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 1-32. (JSTOR link).

Marquette, R. P. and R. K. Fleischman. 1992. Government/business synergy: Early American innovations in budgeting and cost accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 123-145. (JSTOR link).

Marsh, C. C. 1988. A lecture on the study of book-keeping, with a balance sheet. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 183-203. (JSTOR link).

Martinelli, A. 1977. Business ventures in Genoa during the twelfth century (1156-1158). The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 55-68. (JSTOR link).

Mattessich, R. 1987. Prehistoric accounting and the problem of representation: On recent archeological evidence of the Middle-East from 8000 B.C. to 3000 B.C. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 71-91. (JSTOR link).

Mattessich, R. 1998. From accounting to negative numbers: A signal contribution of medieval India to mathematics. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 129-145. (JSTOR link).

Mattessich, R. 1998. Recent insights into Mesopotamian accounting of the 3rd millennium B.C. - Successor to Token accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 1-27. (JSTOR link). The Accounting Historians Journal. 1998. Follow-up to: "Recent insights into Mesopotamian accounting of the 3rd millennium B.C.": Correction to table 1. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 147-149. (JSTOR link).

Mattessich, R. 2002. The oldest writings, and inventory tags of Egypt. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 195-208. (JSTOR link).

Matthews, D. 2006. From ticking to clicking: Changes in auditing techniques in Britain from the 19th century to the present. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(2): 63-102. (JSTOR link).

Matz, A. 1987. Letter to the editor. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 133-134. (JSTOR link).

Matz, A. 1976. Edward P. Moxey, Jr. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 63-68. (JSTOR link).

May, G. O. 1989. The accountant and the investor. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 219-238. (JSTOR link). (From The Ethical Problems of Modern Accountancy, Lectures delivered in 1932, William A. Vawter Foundation of Business Ethics, Northwestern University School of Commerce, New York: The Ronald Press Company, 1933).

Mayer-Sommer, A. P. 1980. Public accounting in 1929. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 23-44. (JSTOR link).

McDonald, J. 2002. Tax fairness in eleventh century England. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 173-193. (JSTOR link).

McDougal, T. and A. Barden. 1979. A sharecrop agreement of the 1830s. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 92. (JSTOR link).

McKee, T. E. 1979. An 1870 corporate audit committee. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(2): 61-68. (JSTOR link).

McKinstry, S. and M. Fletcher. 2002. The personal account books of Sir Walter Scott. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 59-89. (JSTOR link).

McLean, T. 1997. Agent's reputation, accounting and costing in organisational control structures. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

McMillan, K. P. 1998. 1997 Vangermeersch Manuscript Award winner: The science of accounts: Bookkeeping rooted in the ideal of science. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 1-33. (JSTOR link).

McWatters, C. 1993. The evolution of the profit concept: One organization's experience. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 31-65. (JSTOR link).

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McWatters, C. S. and Y. Lemarchand. 2006. Accounting representation and the slave trade: The Guide Du Commerce of Gaignat De L'Aulnais. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(2): 1-37. (JSTOR link).

Melzer, J. T. S. 1988. The rise in the price of wheat for the "Bakery in the street of the Fishmarket" in the city of Lima 1812-1821. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(1): 89-118. (JSTOR link).

Mepham, M. J. 1986. Accounting control: An historical note. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 103-107. (JSTOR link).

Mepham, M. J. 1988. The Scottish enlightenment and the development of accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 151-176. (JSTOR link).

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Merino, B. D. 1987. Capsule comments: Research sources. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 145-146. (JSTOR link).

Merino, B. D. 1987. Review essay: Historical methods - Post modernist analysis. History & Criticism by Dominick LaCapra; The Emergence of the Past -A Theory of Historical Explanation by Dale L. Porter. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 137-140. (JSTOR link).

Merino, B. D. and A. G. Mayper. 1993. Accounting history and empirical research. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 237-267. (JSTOR link).

Michael, R. R. 1996. Voluntary disclosure in a nineteenth century American corporation: The demise of managerial information as a significant element of financial reporting. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(2): 1-33. (JSTOR link).

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Mills, G. T. 1994. Early accounting in Northern Italy: The role of commercial development and the printing press in the expansion of double-entry from Genoa, Florence and Venice. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 81-96. (JSTOR link).

Mills, P. A. 1986. Financial reporting and stewardship accounting in sixteenth-century Spain. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 65-76. (JSTOR link).

Mills, P. A. 1987. The probative capacity of accounts in early-modern Spain. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 95-108. (JSTOR link).

Moore, L. 1989. Beta Alpha Psi, From Omega to Zeta Omega: The Making of a Comprehensive Fraternity, 1946-1984 by Terry K. Sheldahl. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 140-142. (JSTOR link).

Morton, J. R. 1974. DR Scott. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 27-29. (JSTOR link).

Mosich, A. N. 1974. Henry Whitcomb Sweeney. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 25-27. (JSTOR link).

Most, K. S. 1976. How wrong was Sombart? The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 22-28. (JSTOR link).

Most, K. S. 1984. Editorial. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): vii-ix. (JSTOR link).

Most, K. S. 1986. Editorial. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): vii-viii. (JSTOR link).

Mouck, T. 1989. The irony of "the golden age" of accounting methodology. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 85-106. (JSTOR link).

Mouck, T. 1993. The "Revolution" in financial reporting theory: A Kuhnian interpretation. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 33-57. (JSTOR link).

Mouck, T. 1995. Irving Fisher and the mechanistic character of twentieth century accounting thought. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(2): 43-83. (JSTOR link).

Mouck, T. 2004. Ancient Mesopotamian accounting and human cognitive evolution. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(2): 97-124. (JSTOR link).

Moussalli, S. D. 2008. State and local government accounting in 19th century America: A review of the literature. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 167-195. (JSTOR link).

Murai, H. 1999. Review: Japanese Management Accounting: A Historical and Institutional Perspective by Hiroshi Okano. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(2): 170-172. (JSTOR link).

Murphy, G. J. 1975. Historical vignette: Benjamin Franklin on accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 49-50. (JSTOR link).

Murphy, G. J. 1980. Some aspects of auditing evolution in Canada. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 45-61. (JSTOR link).

Murphy, G. J. 1984. Early Canadian financial statement disclosure legislation. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 39-59. (JSTOR link).

Murphy, G. J. 1986. A chronology of the development of corporate financial reporting in Canada: 1850 to 1983. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 31-62. (JSTOR link).

Murphy, G. J. and B. D. Merino. 1987. Review essay: Some eighteenth century accounting treatises. A Treatise of Bookkeeping or Merchants Accounts in the Italian Method of Debtor and Creditor by Alexander Malcolm; Bookkeeping Modernized or Merchant Accounts by Double Entry by John Mair; A New and Complete System of Bookkeeping By An Improved Method of Double Entry by William Mitchell. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 115-123. (JSTOR link).

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