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a priori theories of accounting


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Theories used in measurement and valuation systems of accounting that are based on deductive reasoning from certain axioms or assumptions rather than experience. The 1960s was a particularly fruitful period for a priori research in financial accounting. See also normative theories of accounting; positive accounting theory.

Subjects: Accounting.


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