Current state of utilization of financial controlling in the conditions of non-profit organizations in the Slovak Republic
The paper presents partial results of a pilot primary research (pre-research) of utilization of financial controlling tools in governmental and non-governmental non-profit organizations in the conditions of Slovak Republic. Primary data were obtained by the sociological method of a structured questionnaire. The analyzis was carried out by adequate mathematical and statistical methods for processing qualitative data and ordinal variables.The presented paper provides a new insight into the studied problem while generating a primary information basis for further scientific study and research work in this field.
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