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Contents List of illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on contributors Introduction: Synthesis and engagement John Richard Edwards and Stephen P. Walker Section I: The discipline 1. Structures, territories and tribes Stephen P. Walker 2. Historiography Christopher J. Napier 3. Subjects, sources and dissemination John Richard Edwards Section II: Technologies 4. Ancient accounting Salvador Carmona and Mahmoud Ezzamel 5. Bookkeeping David Oldroyd and Alisdair Dobie 6. Mechanisation and computerisation Charles W. Wootton and Barbara E. Kemmerer Section III: Theory and practice 7. Financial accounting theory Thomas A. Lee 8. Financial accounting practice Ciar n " h"gartaigh 9. Management accounting: theory and practice Richard Fleischman 10. Auditing Josephine Maltby Section IV: Institutions 11. Professionalisation Chris Poullaos 12. Practitioners, work and firms David J. Cooper and Keith Robson 13. Education Fiona Anderson-Gough 14. Regulation Alan J. Richardson and Eksa Kilfoyle Section V: Economy 15. Capitalism Steven Toms 16. National accounting Ignace De Beelde 17. Finance and financial institutions Janette Rutterford 18. Railroads Dale L. Flesher and Gary J. Previts 19. Scandals Thomas A. Lee, Frank L. Clarke and Graeme W. Dean Section VI: Society and culture 20. Gender Rihab Khalifa and Linda M. Kirkham 21. Race and ethnicity Marcia Annisette 22. Indigenous peoples and colonialism Susan Greer and Dean Neu 23. Emancipation Sonja Gallhofer and Jim Haslam 24. Religion Salvador Carmona and Mahmoud Ezzamel 25. Creative arts Sam McKinstry Section VII: Polity 26. The state Philip Colquhoun 27. Military Warwick Funnell 28. Taxation Margaret Lamb Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Accounting -- History.