Dissertations abstracted are: An Examination of the Role of Eric Louis Kohler in the Development of the Accounting Profession by Nancy Kay Adams Humma; Abuse of Power: New York City and the Formation of Municipal Law, 1846-1866 by Jeffrey Wood Hoyt; Corporate Institutions, Revolution, and the State: Lille from Louis XIV to Napoleon by Gail Margaret Bossenga; Taxing Heavens Storehouse: The Szechwan Tea Monopoly and the Tsinghai Horse Trade, 1074-1224 by Paul J. Smith; Patronage and Justice in the Pipe Roll of 1130 by Stephanie Lleueen Moders; Merchants, Miners, Moneylenders: The Habilitacion System in the Norte Chico, Chile: 1780-1850 by Steven Saul Volk; Industriarbetarklassens formering. Arbete och teknisk forandring vid tre svenska fabriker under 1800-talet (The Formation of the Industrial Working Class. Late 19th Century Labour and Technical Change at Three Swedish Factories) by B. A. Berglund; Corporate and Urban Contexts of Textile Technology in Nineteenth-century Lowell, Massachusetts: A Study of the Social Nature of Technological Knowledge ) by Steven David Lubar
Berry (1927-), Maureen Helena
"Doctoral research [1985, Vol. 12, no. 2],"
Accounting Historians Journal: Vol. 12
, Article 9.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/aah_journal/vol12/iss2/9