The Standardization of Accounts Premise of Public Accounting Consolidation – Decentralized Achievement, Centralized Reporting
According to position document no.11 “Economic and Monetary Union”, Romania has committed to report after the European System of Accounts ESA 95. The classification of public institutions is necessary to circumscribe the Public Administrations’ area (S.13), its division into subsectors and also to define the modalities of their financial statements’ aggregation. The relevance of the “consolidated public accounts” has its origin in the communitarian discipline of the data that the member States must share with the European Community correlated with the growing necessity of delivering more significant and sufficient information regarding the activity of the public institutions, their management and the associated political choices. The purpose of this research was to present the current image of accounting information delivered to the users/ used by their suppliers.. The exploratory study was used to position the issue into the general context. The data was collected by means of empirical experiment. The research aimed at assessing the practical utility of the model proposed in contributing to enhance correctness, promptitude and quality in delivering accounting information to its users.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (October)
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