This report examines the progress being made, as well as the current challenges faced, with the implementation of International Public Sector Accounting Standards.
This submission is made jointly by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants under their strategic alliance.
ACCA response to an Exposure Draft issued for comment by the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board (IPSASB) in October 2017.
This report explores the global challenge of improving social mobility and the role of professional accountancy in making it happen.
This report sets out to demonstrate why the SDGs matter to professional accountants; the role of the private sector in their delivery and how professional accountants can be part of a collaborative group of actors working together to achieve the aims of the 2030 Agenda
This report forms part of the ACCA Professional accountants – the future series and focuses exclusively on identifying the 50 drivers of change that are expected to have an impact on the public sector and how professional accountants will need to continue to play a pivotal role in the decade ahead.
This study provides a comprehensive view of emerging shadow economy (SE) factors and possible evolution of the SE. In addition to the above, this research also considers the role of the accountancy profession around the world as the SE evolves.
This report, published jointly by ACCA, IFAC and CA ANZ, is the first ever in-depth study of people’s views and who they trust on international taxation across all of the G20 Nations.
This report explores what is meant by a 'smart city', smart city adoption globally and the role professional accountants play in the journey a city undertakes to becoming 'smart'.
This report updates ACCA’s policy positions on a range of themes for public services.