Vahe Baladouni

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Baladouni, Vahe 1925-

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The rather extensive and complex collection of accounting and related materials of the East India Company may be viewed in four distinct periods. Paradoxically, the first period (1600-1663) is marked by an absence of account books. The second period (1664-1697), however, provides us with a near-complete set of books. The maintenance of three separate sets of accounting records distinguishes the third period (1698-1712) when three East India Companies (London, English, United) were operating simultaneously. From around 1712 until final liquidation of the Company in 1858 - fourth and last archival period - record keeping assumed certain features of modern accounting. Language : eng



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