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The origins of accounting culture : the Venetian connection

Author: Massimo Sargiacomo
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.
Series: Routledge new works in accounting history.
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Genre/Form: History
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Massimo Sargiacomo
ISBN: 9781315102627 1315102625 9781351592642 1351592645 9781351592635 1351592637 9781351592628 1351592629
OCLC Number: 1035763179
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: SECTION 1: ACCOUNTING TREATISESChapter 1The Venetian treatises: a frameStefano Coronella and Lucrezia SantanielloChapter 2A Venetian treatise before Pacioli by Marino de RaphaeliAlan SangsterChapter 3 The spread of double-entry bookkeeping method in the 16th Century: "Quaderno doppio col suo giornale novamente composto et dilegentissimamente ordinato secondo il costume di Venetia" of Dominico Manzoni (1540)Libero Mario Mari and Francesca PicciaiaChapter 4Giovanni Antonio Moschetti's Universal Trattato: an unexplored contribution to accounting theory and practiceMichele Bigoni, Tania Aloisi, Warwick Funnell, Gianluca Risaliti and Roberto VeronaChapter 5 Bookkeeping Treatises in Seventeenth Century Venice: The contributions of Francesco Garatti (1686-1688)Valerio Antonelli, Raffaele D'Alessio and Emanuela Mattia CafaroChapter 6 Niccolo D'Anastasio and his "Scrittura doppia ridotta scienza"Fabio Caputo, Stefano Coronella, Rossella Leopizzi and Andrea Venturelli. SECTION 2: COMPANIES Chapter 7Accounting and Power relationships at the origin of the Venetian Hospital of S Giovanni e PaoloRoberto Di Pietra and Salvatore RussoChapter 8 Managing the largest printing business in Europe: The Remondini in Bassano (17th to 19th century)Carlo Marcon, Giovanni Favero, Ugo SosteroChapter 9 Carive's Accounting System: An Evolutionary Perspective on its Early YearsMoreno Mancin, Carlo Marcon, Marco Fasan and Michele D'AlessandroChapter 10Firm, Industry and Institutional Dimensions of the Glassmaking Industry in Venice: The Case of Barovier & TosoChiara Mio and Marco Fasan Chapter 11Accounting and the Venetian Merchants Chiara Saccon, David AlexanderChapter 12The fraudulent investor: an accounting investigation on a Venetian manufactory, 1778-1784.Marisa Agostini, Cella Riccardo and Giovanni Favero SECTION 3: ACCOUNTING EDUCATION Chapter 13 Education and Bookkeeping in XV century Venice: A revisitation and some interdisciplinary insightsLaura Girella and Michela CordazzoChapter 14 The rise of a culture of planning and control: The case of Scuola Grande di San Rocco in the XVI centuryMaria Lusiani, Marco Vedovato and Chiara PancotChapter 15 Al nome de Dio e bon guadagno - Pacioli, Venice, Education and BookkeepingAlan SangsterChapter 16Accounting History and Accounting Education: The Venetian Arsenale Connection Anne-Christine Frandsen and Keith HoskinChapter 17Fabio Besta: Accounting Education and Accounting History Dissemination Massimo Sargiacomo, Stefania Servalli and Paolo AndreiChapter 18 Historical origins and evolution of Small and Medium Practices in the Northeast of the Italian peninsula Agostini Marisa, Cordazzo Michela, Saccon Chiara
Series Title: Routledge new works in accounting history.
Responsibility: edited by Massimo Sargiacomo [and four others].


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