Transition Towards Accrual Accounting and Disclosure Requirements in the Malaysian Public Sector: A Case of Sarawak
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Drawing from the institutional theory and the Ouda’s (2010) Prescriptive Model, this study examines the disclosure requirements for the transition towards accrual accounting in the Malaysian public sector, by taking a case of Sarawak local authorities (SLA). The study demonstrates that there is a low level of accrual disclosure in the SLA’s annual financial statements. In conclusion, the accrual implementation would require a comprehensive transition framework available for the reference of the SLA.
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