Editorial

Michael Gaffikin

Abstract


The papers in this first volume of this new journal are representative of the variety of methodologies that accounting researchers now work with.  The first adopts a “new history” approach to examining the genesis of accounting in Indonesia.  The second reports on a cross-cultural comparison of some features of business behavior in Singapore and Australia.  The third, questions an important model used in investment analysis while the third casts an overview of Indonesian manufactured goods. The final paper adopts a model derived from the tight Chicago economics in an attempt to assess hospital performance.  Thus,  all  papers  approach  research  from very different  perspectives but  all  share the  common goal  of wanting to  improve their discipline.

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