Critical Analysis Of Current National Accounting Regulations - Compliance Or Non-Compliance With European Directives
In the past five years, the basic national accounting rules (in addition to accounting law) bear the title phrase “in accordance with European Directives”. In a careful analysis of both sets of regulations - National and European - may find that many concepts, definitions, structure, classification and details are entered in the national legislation of international regulations and not European ones. It is the international accounting rules, known by the acronym IAS/IFRS. In addition, in the meanwhile, the European Directives have been amended, but were not taken all the updates made in national regulations. In this study, we plan to analyze in a critical manner, the three sets of regulations - National, European and International - to highlight the compliance or non-compliance with EU rules and interpret option for the European version or internationally.
Volume (Year): 11 (2011)
Issue (Month): 1(13) (June)
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