Multiple informal imperial connections and the transfer of accountancy to Ethiopia (1905 to 2011)

@article{Mihret2014MultipleII,
  title={Multiple informal imperial connections and the transfer of accountancy to Ethiopia (1905 to 2011)},
  author={Dessalegn Getie Mihret and B. Bobe},
  journal={Accounting History},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={309 - 331}
}
The accounting history literature expounds the role of imperial connection on the transfer of Western accountancy concepts and practices to developing countries. An emerging theme within this literature is the shift in imperial power from Britain to USA over the last century and the ramifications of this shift on accountancy globally. Using a framework developed by prior research for investigating the transfer of accountancy across countries, this study examines historical developments of… 

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