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Cash Flow and Corporate Finance in Victorian Britain: Cases from the British Coal Industry 1860-1914

Baldwin, T J and Others

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ISBN 10: 085989651X / ISBN 13: 9780859896511
Published by University of Exeter Press, Exeter, United Kingdom, 2000
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Title: Cash Flow and Corporate Finance in Victorian...

Publisher: University of Exeter Press, Exeter, United Kingdom

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

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This monograph presents a methodology based on the concept of cash flow and produces, in tabular form, annual cash flow statements for a sample population of twenty companies in coal, iron and steel from their respective formation dates to 1914. For the benefit of the non-accountant, a detailed example showing the means by which these figures are derived is included, together with an analysis of the development of the financial reporting process through the second half of the nineteenth century. The book adds a new dimension to the analysis of corporate performance over a long period and offers a valuable database which will facilitate further research. It is an unusual and useful collaboration between accounting historians and economic historians.

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Trevor Baldwin is a Senior Lecturer in Accounting in the University of East Anglia. R. H. Berry is Boots Professor of Accounting and Finance in the University of Nottingham. R. A. Church is Professor of Economic and Social History in the University of East Anglia. M. V. Pitts is a Lecturer in Accounting and Finance in the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick.

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