The articles and papers reprinted in this volume, all written after
1970, represent a departure from the earlier conventional notion of
accounting history research. They approach the study of management
accounting history by regarding the accounting and business records
of actual organizations as indispensable source materials for
historical analysis. Analysis of these records has yielded a new
conception of management accounting. These studies suggest that the
forces contributing to management accounting's development are more
numerous and complex than historians had realized. The case studies
in the first part of the book trace the historical development of
virtually all the internal accounting practices associated today
with management accounting. Those in the second section consist of
articles which interpret the case material.
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