Paul Franklin Grady (1900-1984) was one of those leaders whose contributions to accounting will remain the subject of intensive study for future guidance. The purpose of this paper is to examine Paul Grady's significant contributions to accounting and auditing and to take the reader into Grady's mind as he was writing his most influential works. Grady strongly believed that in order for accounting to gain respect in society, it must be based on solid principles. His works showed this conviction.
Elias, Rafik Z. and Shaver, John E.
"Paul Grady and his contributions to accounting and auditing,"
Accounting Historians Notebook: Vol. 20
, Article 5.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/aah_notebook/vol20/iss2/5