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    Hugh Coombs,John R. Edwards,Hugh Greener
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Request PDF The liberal contest for double-entry bookkeeping in British Government Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to contest Edwards et a. s (2002) findings that resistance to the introduction of double-entry bookkeeping.

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Coombs, Hugh M. (Hugh Malcolm). Personal Name: Greener, Hugh.

Edwards, John Richard & Coombs, Hugh M. & Greener, Hugh . 2002. Hoskin, Keith W. & Macve, Richard . 1986.

Coombs, Hugh M. Greener, Hugh T. Registered: Abstract. Edwards, John Richard & Coombs, Hugh M. Handle: RePEc:eee:aosoci:v:27:y:2002:i:7:p:637-658.

Coombs, . Edwards, J. R. and Greener, H. (eds), Double entry bookkeeping in British central government, 1822–1856 (New York: Taylor and Francis/Garland)

Coombs, . (eds), Double entry bookkeeping in British central government, 1822–1856 (New York: Taylor and Francis/Garland). Corley, T. A. ‘Competitive advantage and foreign direct investment: Britain, 1913–1938’, Business and Economic History, 26, 599–608. Cottrell, P. ‘Finance and the germination of the British corporate economy’, in Cottrell et a. Finance in the age of the corporate economy, 3–36.

The spread of double-entry bookkeeping is explained in terms of its . Double-Entry Bookkeeping. Our historical evidence is drawn largely from Italy and England.

The spread of double-entry bookkeeping is explained in terms of its technical superiority.

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