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Accounting standard setting

S. J. Gray

Accounting standard setting

the future of self-regulation

by S. J. Gray

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Published by University of Glasgow, School of Financial Studies in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementS.J. Gray.
SeriesResearch working papers / University of Glasgow, School of Financial Studies -- 88-8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20565063M

The structure of standard-setting bodies is also described, and the role of structure in helping to engineer the consent necessary for a successful standard is evaluated. The book’s primary orientation is toward the accounting standards of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB), but most topics reference U.S. accounting standards. Accounting Standards (AS) are basic policy documents. Their main aim is to ensure transparency, reliability, consistency, and comparability of the financial statements. They do so by standardising accounting policies and principles of a nation/eco.

The primary objective of Accounting Standards are: To provide a standard for the diverse accounting policies and principles. To put an end to the non-comparability of financial statements. To increase the reliability of the financial statements.; To provide standards which are transparent for users. China is included in the IFAD GAAP Convergence Studies; Accounting standard setter: China Accounting Standards Committee (CASC) Website: China Securities Regulatory Commission Response to IFAC Member Body Survey on Standard Setting and Regulation; Participant in the Asian-Oceanian Standard-Setters Group (AOSSG); Financial reporting framework in China. On 15 February , the Ministry of.

Common accounting standards around the globe. International Financial Reporting Standards; This standard is adopted in whole, or in large part, by many countries. It is acceptable in the U.S. (for a firm located outside of the U.S.) to report in this widely accepted format. Accounting standards by nation. This chapter elaborates the standard‐setting organizations for accounting. The Accounting Principles Board was formed in by the American Institute of Public Accountants (AICPA). Its 18‐ to 21‐member board and supporting staff were quite active in conducting research on accounting issues and promulgating standards.


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