The Presentation of Governmental Financial Information on the Internet: An International View

  • Hernández A. M. López
  • Pérez C. Caba
  • Bolívar M. P. Rodríguez


Many developed countries are currently reforming their public accounting systems, mainly in an attempt to bring them into line with accounting principles and practices used in the business sector.


Accounting Information Financial Information Central Administration Financial Account Standard Board Certified Public Accountant 
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  • Hernández A. M. López
  • Pérez C. Caba
  • Bolívar M. P. Rodríguez

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