AHJ is pleased to announce this new feature to commence with the December 1998 issue. In the first instance, point/ counterpoint will provide a forum to challenge the conclusions drawn by authors whose work has appeared in AHJ. However, other items of scholarly critique are also welcomed. Contributors may wish to challenge the findings of books that have been reviewed in AHJ. Dialogue is encouraged with authors whose work has appeared in other academic journals so long as the subject matter is historical in nature. Point/counterpoint will be edited by Professor Thomas N. Tyson of St. John Fisher College. Submissions will not be evaluated by the double-blind-review process deployed for full-length articles. Critiqued authors will be accorded the opportunity to respond.
Accounting Historians, Academy of
Accounting Historians Journal: Vol. 25
, Article 5.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/aah_journal/vol25/iss1/5