Browsing publications by Professor Richard Fleischman

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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
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
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
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor Thomas Tyson
The culpability of accounting in the practice of slavery in the British Empire and antebellum US2005
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Professor Thomas Tyson
Monetizing Human Life: Slave Valuations on U.S. and British West Indian Plantations2004
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor Thomas Tyson
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Somebody knows the trouble I've seen: A critical and comparative analysis of racial aspects of slave plantation accounting in the U.S. and British West Indies2004
Professor Thomas Tyson
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
Theoretical perspectives on accounting for labor on slave plantations of the USA and British West Indies2004
Professor Richard Fleischman
Professor David McCollum-Oldroyd
An Imperial Connection? Contrasting the Coal-mining Accounting Practices of the Northeast of England and Nova Scotia, Canada 1825-19002001