This article serves as an introduction to a project which aims to provide comparative material on the relationship between accounting and business economics across a wide range of countries. This will appear in a series of three sets of linked articles. In this first set, this introduction will first consider some issues in the relationship between accounting and business economics, and then set out the background to the articles which follow. The first three articles look at the relationship between these disciplines in Germany (Biisse von Colbe), Sweden (Jonsson) and the UK (Napier).

Accounting and Business Economics Traditions: A Missing European Connection?

ZAMBON, Stefano
1996

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This article serves as an introduction to a project which aims to provide comparative material on the relationship between accounting and business economics across a wide range of countries. This will appear in a series of three sets of linked articles. In this first set, this introduction will first consider some issues in the relationship between accounting and business economics, and then set out the background to the articles which follow. The first three articles look at the relationship between these disciplines in Germany (Biisse von Colbe), Sweden (Jonsson) and the UK (Napier).
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