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AbstractYuji Ijiri was a polymath and pioneer who gave us a better understanding andmethods of accounting and management. His theories of measurement, aggregation,and double- and triple-entry bookkeeping built an enduring foundation for thediscipline and practice of accounting.
AbstractThis paper discusses Yuji Ijiri’s notion of accountability, the central role it played in his research, and its importance to conceptual frameworks of accounting.
AbstractI shall examine Yuji Ijiri’s influence on practice of accounting in Japan. His ground-breaking contribution to accounting scholarship is all the more important today because he stayed true to his beliefs - his ultimate quest for truth was never compromised by academic fad or fashion. We...
AbstractThis paper probes into the foundations of conventional accounting measurements in order to construct a relatively simple axiom system on which a purely mathematical measurement system can be erected and thus provide a consistent basis for examining pertinent aspects of conventional...
AbstractProfessor Yuji Ijiri is an interdisciplinary scholar. This essay is a recollection of some of his interdisciplinary works during the later period of his academic career.
AbstractThe author recounts Professor Ijiri’s works throughout his academiccareer.
AbstractEconomics and psychology are adjacent disciplines concerned primarily with questions at aggregate and individual levels, respectively. Their interaction is useful, but attempts to integrate them into one discipline have little scientific value.
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