The New Governmental Financial Reporting Model: What it Means for Analyzing Government Financial Condition

Chaney, Barbara A.; Mead, Dean Michael; Schermann, Kenneth R.
March 2002
Journal of Government Financial Management;Spring2002, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
Focuses on the latest government financial reporting model in the U.S. Requirement to present a discussion and analysis of financial condition by management; Interpretation of financial condition indicators; Construction of financial position ratio.


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