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Accounting History
Account Hist

Published/Hosted by SAGE. ISSN: 1032-3732.

Accounting History is a leading specialist, international refereed journal which provides a forum for the publication of high quality manuscripts on the historical development of accounting. The journal is acknowledged as a premier journal in its field and is a prized resource for academics, practitioners and students who seek to augment an understanding of accounting's past and to elucidate accounting's present. Accounting History is the journal of the Accounting History Special Interest Group of the Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand. As a major international research journal, Accounting History serves to advance an understanding of the interaction of accounting and its socio-economic and political environments within historical contexts. The use of theoretical perspectives drawn from relevant disciplines such as sociology, economics and political theory is encouraged in conducting investigative, explanatory studies of accounting's past. Papers accepted for publication are subject to double-blind review to ensure academic rigour and robustness and also to ensure integrity. Papers that are suitable for publication in Accounting History span a wide range of topics and periods, and a variety of methodological approaches including biography, prosopography, institutional history, public sector accounting history, business history through accounting records and comparative international accounting history. Such studies may involve commercial and public institutions as well as social institutions, including the family home and religious establishments, and are set firmly in the archive, comprising written or oral sources. Studies across both time and space are particularly encouraged. Thematic special issues are published from time to time in order to encourage research in underdeveloped fields of enquiry or within emerging or re-emerging topics in contemporary accounting. The broad scope and strong international focus of Accounting History makes it relevant to the accounting profession internationally, as well as a contributor to informing research and augmenting knowledge in other fields such as social, business and economic history. Already internationally recognised as a leading journal in its field, Accounting History continues to provide historical perspectives on current issues and may assist decision makers of future policies in accounting.

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