This book, first published in 1988, is a valuable digest of the contributions to periodical literature in accountancy by four major contributors of the twentieth century. The four authors represent a total of over two hundred years of experience and leadership in the accounting profession. In many respects this book can be described as a history of accounting thought since 1900, and the particular manner in which each author has contributed to the development of the profession is detailed in the biography preceding each section.
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1. Eric L. Kohler 2. A.C. Littleton 3. George O. May 4. William A. Paton
James Don Edwards and Roland F. Salmonson