Browsing publications by Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Thomas Tyson
Plantation accounting and management practices in the US and the British West Indies at the end of their slavery eras2011
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Thomas Tyson
The efficacy/inefficacy of accounting in controlling labour during the transition from slavery in the United States and British West Indies.2011
Andrew Holden
Professor Warwick Funnell
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Accounting and the moral economy of illness in Victorian England: the Newcastle Infirmary2009
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Financial accounting: past, present and future2009
Simon Pallett
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Household management guides and cookery books for memsahibs: control in the home and promoting the ethos of empire2009
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Alisdair Dobie
Bookkeeping2008
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor Thomas Tyson
The culpability of accounting practice in promoting slavery in the British Empire and antebellum United States2008
Professor Thomas Tyson
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Straw men and old saws: an evidence based response to Sy & Tinker's critique of accounting history2007
Professor Thomas Tyson
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Richard Fleischman
Accounting, coercion and social control during apprenticeship: Converting slave workers to wage workers in the British West Indies, c.1834-18382005
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Thomas Tyson
Monetising Human Life: Slave Valuations in U.S. and British West Indian Plantations2005
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