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2012 | 2012(66(122)) | 217-223
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Biographies of Polish accounting thinkers Feliks Antoni Barciński

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Feliks Antoni Barciński (1803–1878), a mathematician, a Master of Arts in Philosophy, a civil servant, a teacher and author of accounting textbooks, a fellow of the Polish Government in Paris, related to the Chopin family. The author of On Merchant Accounting (1833–1835), a three volume work popular in the 19th century in which he clearly presented the theory and practice of accounting in trade, banking, agriculture and industry (factories – distilleries).
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