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Accounting History publications 2011

Compiled by Malcolm Anderson

Below are listed 2011 publications, in English, within the general area of accounting history.

The definition of what constitutes an accounting history article is not always a straightforward matter, and the description has been interpreted fairly broadly to include any accounting article with a significant historical input. This listing also draws upon accounting papers revealed in

Historical Abstracts using the search words employed by Walker, S.P. (2005) ‘Accounting in

History’, Accounting Historians Journal, 33(2): pp. 233–59. For business history articles, see

Business History. For a review of financial history publications, see Financial History Review.

Alexander, D., and S. Servalli. 2011. Economia Aziendale and financial valuations in Italy: Some contradictions and insights. Accounting History 16, no. 3: 291–312.

Anderson, M. 2011. Accounting history publications 2008/09. Accounting History Review 21, no. 2: 227–35.

Antonelli,V., and R. D’Alessio. 2011. Summa DB:A research note about an Italian accounting history database. Accounting

History 16, no. 4: 459–73.

Archambault, J.J., and M.E. Archambault. 2011. Earnings management among firms during the pre-SEC era: A Benford’s law analysis. Accounting Historians Journal 38, no. 2: 145–70.

Badua, F.A., and A.L. Watkins. 2011. Too young to have a history? Using data analysis techniques to reveal trends and shifts in the brief history of accounting information systems. Accounting Historians Journal 38, no. 2: 75–103.

Badua, F.A., G.J. Previts, and M.A.Vasarhelyi. 2011. Tracing the development of accounting thought by analyzing content, communication and quality in accounting research over time. Accounting Historians Journal 38, no. 1: 31–56.

Baker, C.R. 2011. A genealogical history of positivist and critical accounting research. Accounting History 16, no. 2: 207–21.

Baker, M., and C. Eadsforth. 2011. Agency reversal and the steward’s lot when discharge exceeds charge: English archival evidence, 1739–1890. Accounting History 16, no. 1: 87–109.

Barnatt, J. 2011. High rake mine 1834–52: A synthesis of historical sources and archaeological investigation. Mining

History 18, no. 1/2: 119–40.

Barnes, P. 2011. Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis, accounting information and the 2007–9 financial crisis in the

UK and US. Accounting History 16, no. 4: 423–37.

Bisman, J.E. 2011a. Cite and seek: Exploring accounting history through citation analysis of the specialist accounting history journals, 1996 to 2008. Accounting History 16, no. 2: 161–83.

Bisman, J.E. 2011b. Old fossils and accounting history. Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal 24, no. 7: 935.

Buhr, N. 2011. Indigenous peoples in the accounting literature: Time for a plot change and some Canadian suggestions.

Accounting History 16, no. 2: 139–60.

Burrows, G., and P.E. Cobbin. 2011. Budgetary and financial discontinuities: Iraq 1920–32. Accounting History Review 21, no. 3: 247–62.

Care, V. 2011. The significance of a ‘correct and uniform system of accounts’ to the administration of the Poor Law

Amendment Act, 1834. Accounting History Review 21, no. 2: 121–42.

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Carvalho, L., and M. Miguel. 2011. The importance Of “aula Do Comércio” in the history of Portuguese Accounting.

Revista Universo Contabil 7, no. 2.

Cerne, K., and R. Zenzerovi. 2011. Academic and professional community cooperation in function of accountants’ university education improvement: Znanstveno-Strucni Casopis. Ekonomska Istrazivanja 24, no. 1: 213–26.

Chamley, C. 2011. Interest reductions in the politico-financial nexus of eighteenth-century England. Journal of Economic