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|Title:||ACCOUNTING REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS' COMPLIANCE IN NIGERIA|
|Authors:||Akande, Adesola A.|
Olowe, Sunday O.
Olowe, Folake T.
|Publisher:||International Journar of Economics, Commerce and Management, United kingdom|
|Abstract:||This paper is an attempt to investigate the rate of compliance of public institutions with the framework stipulations of accounting regulations in Nigeria. Series of accounting Regulatory Provisions guiding preparation and presentation of financial reports in public institutions were examined. Descriptive statistical methods - Simple Percentage Method (SPM) and Chi-square were used on 50 Respondents from Ministry of Finance and the Office of Accountant General of the State of Osun in Nigeria. The paper revealed that there is a positive relationship between regulatory framework and financial reports preparation and presentations in Osun State. The study recommends that Proper trainings on public sector accounting and establishments of performance evaluation of employees should be put in place in order to make public institutions account more effective in the State of Osun.|
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