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Year 1996

Publisher Garland Pub

1965 1972

Macmillan Arno Press

1975

Arno Press

1975

Arno Press

1976

Arno Press

1976

Arno Press

1976 1976

Arno Press Arno Press

1976 1976

Arno Press Arno Press

1976

Arno Press

1976 1976

Arno Press Arno Press

1976

Arno Press

1976 1976

Arno Press Arno Press

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CEASA Historical Collection

Generously Donated by Professor Richard P. Brief

Title Landmark in accounting theory : the work of Gabriel A.D.

Author/ Editor Brief, Richard P.

Corporate Financial Reporting in a Competitive Economy A critical evaluation of comparative financial accounting thought in America, 1900 to 1920 The late nineteenth century debate over depreciation, capital and income The late nineteenth century debate over depreciation, capital and income The American system of practical book-keeping, adapted to the commerce of the United States (1854) The Origin and Progress of Book-Keeping: Comprising an Account of all the works on this subject (1543-1852) Nineteenth Century Capital Accounting and Business Investment Robert Oliver and mercantile bookkeeping in the early nineteenth century Production Factors in Cost Accounting and Works Management Accounts: Their Construction and Interpretation for Business Men and Students of Affairs Advanced accounting: with an appendix on The law relating to accounts by J.E.G. De Montmorency (1903) Auditing; a practical manual for auditors (1892) Auditing; a practical manual for auditors, by Lawrence R. Dicksee, ed. by Robert H. Montgomery (1905) Depreciation, reserves and reserve funds (1903)

Bevis, Herman W. Previts, Gary John

Brief, Richard P.

Brief, Richard P.

Bennet, James Arlington

Foster, Benjamin

Brief, Richard P. Bruchey, Stuart Weems

Church, Alexander Hamilton Cole, William Morse

Dicksee, Lawrence Robert

Dicksee, Lawrence Robert Dicksee, Lawrence Robert

Dicksee, Lawrence Robert

Goodwill and its treatment in accounts (1906) Folsom's logical bookkeeping. The logic of accounts; a new exposition of the theory and practice of double-entry bookkeeping (1873)

Dicksee, Lawrence Robert Folsom, Ezekiel Gilman

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