THE ROLE OF ACCOUNTING IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT A FOCUS ON A DEVELOPING ECONOMYSUCH AS NIGERIA
TABLE OF CONTENT
TABLE OF CONTENT
1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.4 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.5 HYPOTHESIS FORMULATION
1.6 SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY
1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS
2.0 Review of related literature
2.2 The role of accounting in government and control of public enterprises.
2.3 Analysis and interpretation of financial statements.
2.4 Budget and budgetary control
2.5 Management and control of public concern.
2.6 Public enterprises and inefficiency
2.7 Public enterprises and subsidies
2.8 Waste of public resources
2.9 Accountability and social objectives responsibility.
3.1 Method of data collection
3.2 Sample & Sampling
3.3 Questionnaire administration
3.4 Treatment of data for analysis
4.0 Presentation and analysis of date
4.3 Test of Hypothesis/Interpretation of Result.
5.0 Summary of findings conclusions and recommendations
1.1 Background of the study.
The basic economic problem that confronts an under developed or a developing country and especially the new independent ones is how to attain within a relatively short period, a notable increase in the rate of economic growth which is envisaged will bring it to the level of perpetual real income comparable to those of more admired economics of the world. In order to attain this oval, the country would have to ;
1.provide those basic government services especially in education, public health and transport. These services will serve as fertile soil to advancing the nation’s economy.
2. Stimulate a higher rate of capital formation in production facilities either in government or private sectors. The first accomplishment requires transportation on needed factors or resources to the governmental ;sector of the economy for the production of those services or facilities required by the entire populace.. The second accomplishment required transfer of resources to capital formation either strictly in the private sector or through the governmental sector.
These resources may come from
a. outside the control
b. present use for consumption
c. present use in production of capital of or types regarded as not contributing to economit growth.
Idle or partially idle resources primarily manpower. The above four sources off varying opportunity growth and it actually does it only by transfer existing resources to the appropriate quarter and