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Understanding Mattessich and Ijiri: A Study of Accounting Thought.


Understanding Mattessich and Ijiri: A Study of Accounting Thought

Nohora GarciAaAa



265 pages



Studies in the Development of Accounting Thought; Volume 21


GarciAaAaAeA introduces accounting students and researchers to two of t most important publications during the golden age of a priori research in accounting that preceded the turn to capital market research in North America: Richard Mattessich's Accounting and Analytical Methods (1964) and Yuji Ijiri's Theory of Accounting Measurement (1975). She covers approaches for analyzing intellectual work, an illustration of studies in accounting thought, Mattessich: a combination of academic interests, the search for a general theory of accounting, Ijiri and accountability, and how conventional accounting can be preserved. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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