This paper aims to expand the analysis of publishing patterns in specialized international accounting history journals, focusing on the period from 2000 to 2023. The objective is to shed light on how this field of accounting research has evolved throughout the new millennium, adopting a bibliometric approach. The study encompasses 1,044 documents. We examined metrics such as authorship distribution, geographical diversity, and thematic orientations, employing a methodology that quantitatively maps the intellectual landscape of accounting history for a comprehensive view. Our findings indicate widespread participation in the scientific debate, with contributions from around the globe and a growing trend in co-authored articles. Furthermore, our analysis identifies eight thematic clusters. In summary, this paper charts and systematizes these contributions, pinpointing key research areas and offering insights into the latest advancements and potential future directions in accounting history studies.

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