English, Article edition: New Paradigms in Historical Accounting Research Miriam Núñez Torrado

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  • New Paradigms in Historical Accounting Research
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  • Miriam Núñez Torrado
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  • The last decade has seen the revival of a growing interest in accounting history in different academic fields. Such interest has pushed a new debate about methodological ways to undertake research in this area. This paper reviews the main paradigms in accounting historiography, the positivist and the critical, and proposes a new paradigm integrating both methodological positions. This is done by considering accounting as a social construction, as a set of practices that influence and form social reality, moving beyond conventionally conferred assumptions of rationality, objectivity and neutrality.
  • accounting history, positivist paradigm, critical paradigm
  • RePEc:sar:journl:v:3:y:2000:i:6:p:135-143
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