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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Block, Walter.  Compromising the Uncompromisable: The Austrian Golden Mean. Cultural Dynamics, July 1997, 9, 2, pp. 211-238.

Bollen, Johan.  Adaptive Hypertext Networks That Learn the Common Semantics of Their Users. [text]

Bromwich, M.  Discussion of multidimensional accounting and distributed databases: their implications for organizations and society. Accounting, Organizations and Society 5(1), 1980, 125-128.

Bry, Xavier / Casta, Jean-François.  Synergy Modelling and Financial Valuation: Contribution of Fuzzy Integrals, 2003. [text]

Charnes, A. / Colantoni, C. / Cooper, W. W.  A futurological justification for historical cost and multi-dimensional accounting. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 1, 1976, 4, pp. 315-337.

Ellerman, David.  Generalized Double-Entry Accounting: Showing what is 'Double' in the Double Entry Method. 2004. [abstract]

Ellerman, David.  Introduction to Property Theory: The Fundamental Theorems, 2002. [text]

Ellerman, David.  Double Entry Multidimensional Accounting. Omega: International Journal of Management Science. 1986. 14, 1, pp. 13-22.

Fraser, Ian.  Triple Entry Bookkeeping - A Critique. Accounting and Business Research, Spring 1993, pp. 151-158.

Haseman, W. D. / Whinston, A. B.  Design of a Multidimensional Accounting System, The Accounting Review, 1976, January, pp. 65-79.

Bo Hedberg and Sten Jönsson. Designing semiconfusing information systems for changing organizations. ACM SIGMIS Database archive, 13, 1982, 2-3 [text]

Hyman, Michael R.  A Critique and Revision of the Multidimensional Ethics Scale. Journal of Empirical Generalisations in Marketing Science, Volume One, 1996.. [text]

Ijiri, Y. / Kelly, E. C.  Multidimensional accounting and distributed databases: their implications for organizations and society. Accounting, Organizations and Society 1980, 5(1): 115-123.

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Kirkegaard, Henning.  True Accounting - Myth or Possibility?..

Koenig, Peter.  30 Lies About Money: liberating your life, liberating your money. iUniverse, 2003.

Lietaer, Bernard A.  Mysterium Geld. Emotionale Bedeutung und Wirkunsweise eines Tabus. Riemann Verlag, 2000. [review]

Lietaer, Bernard A.  The Future of Money: creating new wealth, work, and a wiser world. Century, 2001. [overview]

Lucas, Chris.  Multidimensional Economics. 2006. [text]

Mackinnon, Nick.  The portrait of Fra Luca Pacioli, The Mathematical Gazette, 77, 1993, pp. 130-219.

Mann, Darrell / Dewulf, Simon.  Evolving The World's Systematic Creativity Methods (Paper for the 7th European Association of Creativity and Innovation conference at the University of Twente, Netherlands, 2001). [text]

March, J. G.  Ambiguity and accounting: the elusive link between information and decision making. Accounting, Organizations and Society, 1987, 12, 2, pp. 153-168.

Odell, James J.  Six Different Kinds of Composition. Journal Of Object-Oriented Programming Vol 5, No 8. January 1994. [text]

Pacioli, Luca.  Society 1994.

Proceedings of the Conference Accounting and Economics. Garland Publishing, 1996 In Honour of the 500th Anniversary of the Publication of Luca Pacioli's Summa de Arithmetica, Geometria, Proportioni et Propotionalita, Siena, 18-19 November 1992A reprinted issue of the journal Economic Notes, v.22, no.2, 1993, published by Monte dei Paschi di Siena,Italy.

Savory, Allan.  Achieving the Triple Bottom Line - Really. 1999 [text] arkus Schwaninger. Managing Complexity: the path toward intelligent organizations. Systemic Practice and Action Research 13 (2), pp. 207-241, April 2000. [abstract]

Taylor, Robert Emmett.  No Royal Road: Luca Pacioli and His Times (Dimensions of Accounting Theory and Practice). Ayer, 1981.

Tennenbaum, Jonathan.  Incommensurability and Analysis Situs. The New Federalist, June-July, 1997. [text]

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