Edited by Professor Carolyn Cordery and Associate Professors Carolyn Fowler and Laura Maran.
The Accounting History Journal is the Journal of the Accounting History Special Interest Group.
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Accounting History is a specialist, international peer-reviewed journal that encourages critical and interpretative historical research on the nature, roles, uses and impacts of accounting and provides a forum for the publication of high-quality manuscripts on the historical development of accounting across all organisational forms. The journal is acknowledged as a premier journal in its field and is a prized resource for academics, practitioners and students who seek to augment understanding of accounting's past and use that understanding to elucidate accounting's present and its possible future development.
We would like to encourage AFAANZ members to submit papers on all aspects of accounting history research (there are no submission fees). To submit a paper, start HERE
Special Issues: Accounting History regularly invites papers for Special Issues. These are listed here and current Special Issues include:
- Accounting and the Exploitation of the Natural World (papers due 31 March 2022)
Accounting History International Conference: Accounting History hosts a biennial international conference in collaboration with a university partner. The next conference (11AHIC) is planned for Portsmouth 8-10 September 2021. Papers are due by 1 March 2021.
Emerging Scholars: Accounting History fully supports emerging scholars and each Accounting History International Conference runs an emerging scholars colloquium. The next AHIESC will be held in Portsmouth on 8 September 2021. Proposals are due by 1 March 2021. (details to follow)
Robert W. Gibson Manuscript Award is presented annually to the paper which makes the most significant contribution to the accounting history literature. It is voted on by AHSIG members and Editorial Board members. Click HERE to see the recipients of the award since 1996.
Editors’ Choice Collections: The intention of these collections is to bring together a selection of choice papers from across the journal's archive, centred around key themes and important debates in the field. The papers in new editors’ choice collections are made freely available for a short time. The most recent two are:
- Accounting and Governance in Diverse Settings
- Accounting and Totalitarian Regimes
Look for others on the Accounting History Editors’ Choice Collection website.
For more information and to purchase access to the journal please visit the Accounting History Special Interest Group webpage HERE. That site also has details of the AHSIG activities, including symposia. To see Editorial board for the Journal, click HERE