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- History of accounting
- Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 13, No 6 (2017)
- 200 Years of Accounting History Dates and Events
This paper focuses on a thought experiment in which the authors propose an encoding system not unlike the contextual markup of prosopographies or gazetteers using TEI P5 that could be used to capture the particular financial semantics involved in HFRs. Initial discussions that led to the development of the model discussed in this paper were supported by a Level I Start-Up Grant from the Office of Digital Humanities at the National Endowment for the Humanities. Stickney, Jacqueline Wernimont, Ronald Zboray, and Mary Saracino Zboray, to whom the authors would like to extend their thanks and appreciation.
History of accounting
Martin, Ph. Although most of the events and publications listed below are related specifically to accounting, a number of publications related to management and behavioral issues are included since management accounting is or should be mainly driven by management theory and practice. This time-line could be used as the basis for a short or a long course on accounting history, or as a reference source for accounting events. I suspect most accounting students get very little exposure to accounting history. This resource is offered to help alleviate that problem.
Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 13, No 6 (2017)
The history of accounting or accountancy can be traced to ancient civilizations. The early development of accounting dates to ancient Mesopotamia , and is closely related to developments in writing , counting and money    and early auditing systems by the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians. In India Chanakya wrote a manuscript similar to a financial management book, during the period of the Mauryan Empire. His book "Arthashasthra" contains few detailed aspects of maintaining books of accounts for a Sovereign State. The Italian Luca Pacioli , recognized as The Father of accounting and bookkeeping was the first person to publish a work on double-entry bookkeeping , and introduced the field in Italy. The modern profession of the chartered accountant originated in Scotland in the nineteenth century.
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200 Years of Accounting History Dates and Events
The history of accounting dates back to the earliest days of human agriculture and civilization when the need to maintain accurate records of the quantities and relative values of agricultural products first arose. Written in 4 th century B. The development in trade and commerce has been responsible for the growing importance of a methodical accounting work. It is in the important world trade centres of Geneva and Venice, the Italian cities that a systematic method of accounting developed between 14 th and 15 th centuries. Although Pacioli codified rather than invented this system, he widely regarded as Father of Modern Accounting.
Accounting is a system of recording and summarizing business and financial transactions. For as long as civilizations have been engaging in trade or organized systems of government, methods of record keeping, accounting, and accounting tools have been in use. Some of the earliest known writings discovered by archaeologists are accounts of ancient tax records on clay tablets from Egypt and Mesopotamia dating back as early as to BCE.
The American Heritage College dictionary defines bookkeeping as "the practice or profession of recording the accounts and transactions of a business. Colleges and universities offer doctorate degree programs in the field of bookkeeping often referred to as accounting. In written form, the history of bookkeeping dates back to B. In nonwritten form, the act of bookkeeping dates back to the dawn of civilization when humans used tokens to track the trade of livestock and other transactions. As far back as B.
Some of the first accountants were employed around BC in Iran, where tokens and bookkeeping scripts were discovered. Around the first millennium the Phoenicians invented an alphabetic system for bookkeeping, while the ancient Egyptians may have even assigned someone the role of comptroller. But the father of modern accounting is Italian Luca Pacioli, who in first described the system of double-entry bookkeeping used by Venetian merchants in his Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Proportionalita. While he was not the inventor of accounting, Pacioli was the first to describe the system of debits and credits in journals and ledgers that is still the basis of today's accounting systems. With the onset of the industrial revolution in , there was a proliferation of companies and the need for more advanced accounting systems. The development of corporations also created larger groups of investors, and more complex structures of ownership, all requiring accounting systems to adapt.
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