History of Accountancy in the United States The Cultural Significance of Accounting
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Publisher: Ohio State University Press
Publication date: 2/1/1998
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|1492-1775: Accounting from Discovery to Revolutionary Times|
|1776-1826: The Formation of a National Economy|
|1827-1865: The Beginnings of Corporate America|
|1866-1896: Accounting in the Gilded Age|
|1897-1918: The Formation of an Accounting Profession|
|1919-1945: Accountancy Comes of Age: The Interwar Period|
|1946-1972: Expansion and Controversy: Accountants in an Age of Uncertainty|
|1973-1995: Accountancy and the Global Capital Market: From the Trueblood Report to the Jenkins Committee|