Would IPSAS help Greece? Or would they be the 'Emperor's New Clothes'? Josette Caruana Hot

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Publication date
April 01, 2016
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Abstract
In response to Ian Ball's (2015) proposition that the real debt problem of Greece is misunderstood because it is not reporting its debts according to IPSAS, this debate article argues that it would not matter whether Greece adopts IPSAS or not. Like all other EU member states, Greece has to report its debts according to the requirements of ESA 2010. This is required by its major creditor, the European Commission.
Preferred Citation
Caruana, J. (2016) Would IPSAS help Greece? Or would they be the 'Emperor's New Clothes'? Public Money & Management, 36(3), pp.161-162
Keywords
ESA; fiscal debt; IPSAS; harmonization
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Category
International Accounting / Accounting Harmonization
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Public Money & Management

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