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Library of Congress Classification

Page Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) classification system to organize books by specific subjects.  The LC system uses letters and numbers to do this.  Most materials on accounting will be held in the subclasses JF-Political insititutions and public administration, JJ-Political insititutions and public administration (North America), JF-Political insititutions and public administration, JK-Political insititutions and public administration (United States), JL-Political insititutions and public administration (Canada, Latin America, etc.), JN-Political insititutions and public administration (Europe), JQ-Political insititutions and public administration (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.)

To browse the library's holdings for materials on a specific accounting topic, one must search for the topic by using the library's online catalog.  Using the online catalog one will be able to find a more specific call number for the topic.



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Professional Organizations

Listed below are important professional organizations within the field of accounting.  Important information, current trends, and news can be found at each of the organization's websites.

  • American Society for Public Administration
    The major professional association for public administration. The ASPA holds conferences, publishes journals and provides resources to advance the art, science, teaching and practice of public and non-profit administration.
  • Policy Agenda Project
    created by the University of Texas the Policy Agenda Project collects and organizes data from many archived sources to trace changes in the national policy agenda and public policy outcomes since the Second World War. Datasets, Codebooks, Trend Analyses, publications and teaching resources are available.
    The United States Government's website. Information on various topics, as well as current news relating to the federal government as well as govenment agencies.
    Statistics for the federal government.
  • National Academy of Public Administration
    the National Academy of Public Administration anticipates, evaluates, analyes and makes recommendations on the United States public management, governance, policy and operational challenges.


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