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Articles from Accounting Historians Journal (December 1, 2001)

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"Were Islamic records precursors to accounting books based on the Italian method?" a response. (Response). Zaid, Omar Abdullah 1317
Accounting for justice: Entitlement, want and the Irish Famine of 1845-7. (Interfaces). Funnell, Warwick 7897
An Imperial Connection? contrasting accounting practices in the coal mines of North-East England and Nova Scotia, 1825-1900. Fleischman, Richard K.; Oldroyd, David 12418
Raymond J. Chambers' contributions to the development of accounting thought. Al-Hogail, Abdulmalik A.; Previts, Gary J. 11334
The Canadian Audit Market in The First Half of The Twentieth Century. Richardson, Alan J. 11310
The Recognition and Valuation of Current Assets on the balance sheet in the United States, 1865-1940. Normand, Carol; Wootton, Charles W. 18248
The work of the special committee on research program. Zeff, Stephen A. 17974
Were Islamic records precursors to accounting books based on the Italian method? A comment. (Comment). Nobes, Christopher W. 2709

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