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SASAKI 387 [S] SASAKI, Shigeto b. 3 January 1955, Tokyo, Japan. Employment history Res. Asst Accounting, Lectr Accounting, Assoc. Prof. Accounting, Prof. Accounting, Senshu Univ., Kanagawa, Japan, 1983– 85, 1985–88, 1988–95, 1995–. Degrees received BS, Master Commercial Science, Senshu Univ. Editorial duties Ed. Bds, Accounting Historians J., 1994–97, Intl J. Accounting, 1998–, Year Book of Accounting History Assocn, 1999–; Assoc. Ed., Japanese Accounting Forum, 1998–. Principal ﬁelds of interest History of accounting; Financial accounting. Chief publications Articles: 1. ‘Emerging process of replacement method for ﬁxed assets of London & North Western Railway Company during the years 1846–1864’, Ind. Mgmt & Accounting, 1987; 2. ‘Accounting practice for steamboats in the London & North Western Railway Company during the years 1858–1922’, Ind. Mgmt & Accounting, 1989; 3. ‘A study on the repair, renewal and replacement accounting practices employed for ﬁxed assets in the London & North Western Railway Company (1846– 1913)’, Year Book of Accounting History Association, 1989; 4. ‘A study on the accounting practices for the moving stocks in the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Company during the years 1827–1913’, Commercial Rev., 1990; 5. ‘A study on the accounting practices for permanent way and steamboats in the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road Company during the years 1827–1947’, Ind. Mgmt & Accounting, 1990; 6. ‘A study on the process of income determination prescribed by the articles of association of the British joint stock companies in the nineteenth century’, Nanzan Mgmt Rev., 1994; 7. ‘The development of the Japanese railway accounting system: the...
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