Double Entry Bookkeeping

Jane Gleeson-White has written a lovely book about the history and implications of double entry bookkeeping.

‘The rise and metamorphosis of double-entry bookkeeping is one of history’s best-kept secrets and most important untold tales … Through its logic we have let the planet go to ruin – and through its logic we now have a chance to avert that ruin.’

On Saturday morning she was interviewed by Kim Hill on Radio New Zealand. If you love bookkeeping and accounting you’ll enjoy the interview.

Listen to Jane Gleeson-White: Double Entry Bookkeeping

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3 Comments

JC
November 28, 2011 at 12:16 pm

This looks fascinating. It’s on my ‘to read’ list now.

Gayle Buchanan
November 29, 2011 at 9:11 am

thanks Rod, don’t think I can wait for santa, off to get it now

Accounting Services UK
January 4, 2012 at 6:45 pm

Hello Rob, my one friend is in finance industry and he has book named “Double Entry” and I had read that book. Very interesting and lots of secrets are available for bookkeeping and accounting. Now I will plan to build business in bookkeeping and accounting services based on this book. Thank You.

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