Development of Accounting Theory in English-Speaking Countries: On the Way to Multi-Paradigmatic Discipline
The features and promising directions of the accounting theory development in English-speaking countries nowadays are studied. Consideration of selected features and future directions allows you: - to research historic features of the accounting theory development in English-speaking countries; - to identify the basic stages of accounting theory development in the English-speaking countries (normative stage; positive stage (American positivism, English positivism); new normative stage (new normative theories, conditional and normative methodology, normative and positive synthesis); - to understand why positive accounting theory today is not the only and decisive approach to scientific research in the field of accounting; - to identify new areas of scientific research that are currently supported by the accounting scientific community in an English-speaking countries; - to explain why researchers who write articles using modern normative theories and / or qualitative research methods have difficulty over the publication of their papers in world leading scientific accounting journals; - to ensure that accounting is multi-paradigmatic discipline during the evolution of which is cyclic change fundamental paradigms.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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- Andrea Melis, 2007. "Financial Statements and Positive Accounting Theory: The Early Contribution of Aldo Amaduzzi," Accounting History Review, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 17(1), pages 53-62.
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