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Enhancing the accessibility of accounting and business archives: the role of technology in information research in accounting and business

By: Cobbin, Phillip et al.
Series: Abacus.Publisher: London Wiley-Blackwell 2013Edition: Vol 49(3) September 2013 p396-422.ISSN: 0001-3072.Subject(s): Accounting research | History | Archives | CPA Australia | Libraries | ReportingSummary: This article outlines the importance that archival material from accounting bodies and firms plays in informing accounting research, and the ways in which the digitisation of this material can enhance the use of such material. To demonstrate this, the authors provide a brief outline of the archival material which has been digitised in the library of CPA Australia and the R J Chambers collection which is held at the University of Sydney.
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This article outlines the importance that archival material from accounting bodies and firms plays in informing accounting research, and the ways in which the digitisation of this material can enhance the use of such material. To demonstrate this, the authors provide a brief outline of the archival material which has been digitised in the library of CPA Australia and the R J Chambers collection which is held at the University of Sydney.

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