This study traces the development of methodology in philosophy and economics with particular focus on the work of Raymond Chambers. As well as analysing the reception on methodological lines, afforded his work by both academic and professional communities, the volume discusses some significant contributions by French and German scholars to the debate about why scientific communities have accepted some theories and rejected others.
Table of Contents
1. Methodology and the Developments of CoCoA 2. The Philosophical Foundations of Methodology 3. The Methodology of Economics 4. The Development of Chambers’ Accounting Theory 5. The Methodological Critique of the Theory of Continuously Contemporary Accounting 6. Alternative Perceptions of Methodology and Accounting. Bibliographies.
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