One of the outstanding accounting theoreticians of the twentieth century, Carl Thomas Devine exhibited a breadth and depth of knowledge few in the field of accounting have equalled. This book collects together eight previously unpublished essays on accounting theory written by Professor Devine.Professor Devine passed away in 1998, prior to the sign

chapter 1|15 pages

Responsibilities, ethics, and legitimacy

chapter 2|25 pages

Leading accountants

Ethical backgrounds

chapter 3|9 pages


Different views of natural man

chapter 4|7 pages

Hermeneutics and communication theory

chapter 5|20 pages

Deconstruction as methodology

chapter 6|4 pages

Comments on academic publications

chapter 7|36 pages

Comments on higher education: the

The Florida case