Objectives

The purpose of this Section, named the Academy of Accounting Historians (AAH), is to encourage research, publication, teaching and personal interchanges in all phases of accounting history and its interrelation with business and economic history including the environment within which they developed.

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Potential Volunteer

Spencer Palmer
Virginia Military Institute

President

Stephan Fafatas
Washington and Lee University

Past President

Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire

Vice President

Vice President-Partnerships
Martin Persson
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Vice President-Communications
Robert Russ
Northern Kentucky University

Treasurer

L. Craig Foltin
Cleveland State University

Secretary

Barbara White
University of West Florida

Council Representative

Jennifer Reynolds-Moehrle
University of Missouri-St Louis

Trustee

Dale Flesher
The University of Mississippi
Daoyang Guo
Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Mikhail Kuter
Kuban State University
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire
Garen Markarian
Université de Lausanne
Yoshinao Matsumoto
Kansai University
Gary Previts
Case Western Reserve University
Vaughan Radcliffe
Western University
Jennifer Reynolds-Moehrle
University of Missouri-St Louis
Diane Roberts
University of San Francisco
Alan Sangster
University of Aberdeen-Scotland
Massimo Sargiacomo
Univ G d'Annunzio of Chieti-Perscara
Stefania Servalli
Università  degli Studi di Bergamo
Gary Spraakman
York University
Mary Stone
University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa

Editor

Editor - Accounting Historians Journal
William Black
University of North Georgia
Associate Editor-Accounting Historians Journal
Brandi Holley
Samford University
Associate Editor-Accounting Historians Journal
Ann Watkins
Texas State University

Chairperson

Accounting Historians Journal Award of Excellence-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire
Alfred R. Roberts Memorial Research Award-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire
Barbara D. Merino Award for Excellence in Accounting History Publications-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire
Best Paper Award Committee-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire
Hourglass Award Committee-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire

Chairperson 5

Innovation in Accounting History Education Award Committee-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire

Chairperson 6

Margit F. and Hanns Martin Schoenfeld Scholarship Committee-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire

Chairperson 7

Thomas J. Burns Biographical Research Award Committee-Chair
Yvette Lazdowski
University of New Hampshire

 

 

The First 40 Years of the Academy of Accounting Historians

Trace the evolution of The Academy of Accounting Historians in a three part series of papers from its founding in 1973 through the 40th Anniversary in 2013. The primary purpose of this series is to provide information about The Academy of Accounting Historians, the people who have contributed to its establishment and success, and to assist in planning our future role. All three papers were published in The Accounting Historians Journal and can be viewed by clicking the button below. 
 

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Accounting Historians Journal

First volume was published in 1974. We publish twice a year. Older volumes are available online at AAA Digital Library

Overview of acceptable submissions:

  • History of profession
  • Biography
  • History of accounting change
  • Entity case studies: industries, companies, governmental or NFP entities
  • Development of accounting theory
  • Critical examinations of new or old research
  • Does not have to be old to be a part of our history

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Accounting Historians Notebook

Submissions and any other Notebook editorial matters may be sent to: Yvette.Lazdowski@unh.edu

The 50th Anniversary Special Edition of The Accounting Historian's Notebook is now available online!

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