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Mr Christopher Noke

Associate Professor in Accounting, Departmental Tutor 

Research interests

  • Historical developments of financial reporting
  • Financial accounting  

Selected Publications

  • Advising on the Act. The UK Companies Act Consultative Committee and Accountancy Advisory Committee 1948-1972, Accounting History, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2007, pp. 165-204.
  • Accounting Principles: The Consultation Draft on Realised and Distributable Profits, The British Tax Review 2000 no 2.
  • No value in par: a history of the no par value debate in the United Kingdom Accounting Business & Financial History,   vol 10, no1, March 2000.
  • Per colmare il divario nella concettualizzazione del ricavo in Recenti Orientamenti Negli Studi Di Ragioneria in Europa, ed S Zambon, CEDAM Milan 1999.
  • Respites in Charge and Discharge Statements, Accounting, Business and Financial History, vol 6, no 3, December 1996.
  • Revenue Recognition, Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (with P. Weetman), 1992.
  • Accounting and the Law: an historical overview of an uneasy relationship,  Accounting and the Law, (with C.J.Napier) ed M. Bromwich and A.Hopwood, Prentice Hall, 1992.
  • Premiums and Pre-acquisition Profits: the Legal and Accountancy Professions and Business Combinations Modern Law Review, November 1991 (with C. J. Napier) (reprinted in Law and Accountancy ed M Power and J Freedman, Paul Chapman Publishers 1992).
     
  • Agency and the Excessus Balance in Manorial Accounts', Accounting and Business Research, Autumn 1991 (reprinted with `Postscript' in Accounting History edited R. H. Parker and B. S. Yamey, OUP 1994).
     
  • 'Money, Measurement and Accounting' in Reflections on Money, ed. D. Llewellyn, Macmillan 1989 (with M. Bromwich).
     
  • The Reporting of Profits and the Concept of Realisation, Research Board ICAEW 1989 (with B V Carsberg).
     
  • Realised Profits ‑ Unrealistic Conclusions' Journal of Business Law, January 1989.
     
  • Financial Reporting and Changing Prices ‑ a Review of the Issues', Omega May 1985
     
  • Accounting for Bailiffship in 13th Century England', Accounting and Business Research, Volume 11 Number 42 Spring 1981 (reprinted in The Closure of the Accounting Profession ed. T. A. Lee, Garland 1990).

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Contact information

Department of Accounting
Room OLD 3.29
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7317
Fax: +44 (0)20 7242 3912

Email: c.noke@lse.ac.uk|

Administrative contact

Justin Adams, Administrator
Room OLD 3.20
Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 6542
Email: j.adams5@lse.ac.uk|