Accounting History Review
Account Hist Rev
Published/Hosted by Taylor and Francis Group.
ISSN (printed): 2155-2851. ISSN (electronic): 2155-286X.
Formerly known as Accounting, Business & Financial History (1900 - 2010) (0958-5206). Accounting History Review is an international forum for the publication of scholarly articles on the history of accounting in diverse periods and places. Submissions are invited which investigate: continuities and changes in accounting theories, practices and institutions; the technological, economic, organisational, ideological, social, political and cultural contexts in which accounting has emerged and operated; the impacts of accounting in these multiple arenas. The following are also within the scope of the journal: histories of auditing, accountability and taxation; investigations which reveal the interfaces between accounting, business, finance and management in the past; historical explorations of the relationship between accounting and other quantitative technologies; studies of the past which inform understandings of accounting in the present. Original studies emanating from any historiographical tradition or theoretical approach are invited as are papers which discuss methodologies and innovations in historical research. Reflective of its ecumenical intent, cross-disciplinary ethos and quest for engagement AHR also welcomes contributions from scholars operating in the wide range of subject areas with which accounting connects. The Journal offers an arena for scholarly discussion and argument in accounting history. With a view to constructively advancing research agendas the editor seeks shorter polemical pieces which encourage debate or explore controversies, as well as critical bibliographical reviews and surveys which focus on particular countries and themes in accounting history research.
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