Legal Regulation of British Company Accounts 1836-1900: Volume 2 (Routledge Library Editions: Accounting)
By: J. R. Edwards (editor)Hardback
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In the UK today the form and content of accounts published by limited companies are closely regulated. In the 19th century the position was different: the popular view was that such matters were for private negotiation between owners and management. Nevertheless, there was a great deal of discussion of the need for regulations, which were actually imposed in a number of areas. This book provides readers with the essence of the many debates that took place, the conclusions reached and the action taken to regulate company accounts.
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Introduction. Further Reading. Private Acts of Parliament: Some Examples. Statutory Companies, General. Railways. Gas. Electricity. Water.
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