Group

Public Sector Policy Group

  • Chair
  • Thomas Müller-Marqués Berger

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IPSASB’s consultation on accounting for revenue and non-exchange expenses
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IPSASB’s public consultation on Public Sector Specific Financial Instruments
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Reflections on the future of accounting and reporting
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Concrete proposal for public country-by-country reporting on disclosing tax information
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