Call for papers for the SI entitled “Performance measurement systems in universities: Threats or opportunities for governance?”

Journal of mng and govDear PSAAR friends,

We would like to draw your attention on the call for papers for a special issue on the Journal of Management and Governance on the theme “Performance measurement systems in universities: Threats or opportunities for governance?".

Guest editors: Francesca Manes Rossi, Riccardo Mussari and Denita Cepiku

The closing date for submissions to this special issue is 28 February 2021.

For the call for papers click here.

For more details and guidelines, please visit https://www.santannapisa.it/it/istituto/management/jmg-news

Call for chapter proposals for the Book “Measurement of Assets and Liabilities in Public Sector Financial Reporting: theoretical basis and empirical evidence”

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Dear PSAAR friends,

We would like to draw your attention to the Call for chapter proposals for the Book “Measurement of Assets and Liabilities in Public Sector Financial Reporting: theoretical basis and empirical evidence”, edited by Josette Caruana, Marco Bisogno, Mariafrancesca Sicilia.

The book is part of the Book Series Public Service Accounting and Accountability published by Emerald Publishing.

The deadline for the submission of chapter proposal is the 1st May 2021. The book is planned to be published at 2022.

Inquiries and submissions can be forwarded by email to: Josette Caruana (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For more detailed information, please Read more here.

Call for papers: Virtual Workshop of the  EGPA Permanent Study Group XII Public Sector Financial Management

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Dear PSAAR friends,

We would like to draw your attention to the Virtual Workshop of the  EGPA Permanent Study Group XII Public Sector Financial Management that will virtually take place in  Athens, Greece, on 20-21 January 2021.

The theme of the Workshop is "ENHANCING PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND REPORTING TO MEET THE NEEDS OF MANAGERS AND STAKEHOLDERS".

The deadline for abstract submissions is the 26th of October 2020.

For more information visit workshop's website at EGPA-Athens.aueb.gr

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Update: Call for chapter proposals for the Book “Public sector accounting, financial accountability and viability in times of a pandemic crisis”

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Dear PSAAR friends,

We would like to draw your attention to the Call for chapter proposals for the Book “Public sector accounting, financial accountability and viability in times of a pandemic crisis”, edited by Giovanna Dabbicco, Marco Bisogno, Josette Caruana and Johan Christiaens.

The book is part of the Book Series: Public Sector Financial Management published by Palgrave.

The deadline for the submission of chapter proposals is the 15th 30th of January 2021. The book is planned to be published at the end of 2021.

Inquiries and submissions can be forwarded by email to: Giovanna Dabbicco (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

For more detailed information, please Read more here.

UPDATE - 2nd IPSASB Research Forum – Hosted by the CIGAR Workshop 2020 Call for Papers

Dear PSAAR friends,

We would like to draw your attention to the 2nd IPSASB Research Forum that will take place on June 17 2020 in the morning in the Campus Drammen of the University of South-Eastern Norway, in Norway hosted by the CIGAR Workshop 2020.

IMPORTANT UPDATE – WORKSHOP PROGRAMME

For the detailed programme of the CIGAR Workshop 2020 and the IPSASB 2nd Research Forum -2020 click here.

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Due to the prevailing Covid-19 pandemic situation, both CIGAR Workshop and IPSASB Research Forum are organised online, whilst doctoral students are offered feedback personally by members of the organising committee.

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Proposal on setting guidelines to register COVID-19 effects on Government Financial Reporting

The Task Force (the CIGAR network, the EGPA PSG XII, and the Accounting and Accountability SIG of the IRSPM) has come up with a note proposing Eurostat and IPSASB to set guidelines to register COVID-19 effects on Government Financial Reporting. As this is an unprecedented crisis that hits simultaneously all Member States in Europe, we suggest that it would be beneficial to adopt homogeneous criteria to keep track of the costs of all the measures taken and policy actions to tackle it. This information would be used later on as a basis for setting fiscal targets towards achieving normality with a pace that better fits the characteristics of the different countries. For the treatment, presentation and disclosure of this information recommended guidelines from ESA 2010, and specifically for the Excessive deficit procedure as defined by the Manual on Government Deficit and Debt, seem to be needed. In addition, recommended guidelines from IPSASB especially in relation to IPSAS 1 seem necessary and timely at this point.

For the full text please click here

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