Public Administration In The Time Of Regional Change (ICPM 2013) <br> Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Public Management 2013

Research on the Improvement of Government Financial Reports under New Public Management System

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Yanhong Yang
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Available Online May 2013.
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Government, Financial Report, Improvement
Abstract
In the movement of new public management, government accounting reform is increasingly becoming a topic of concern. The focus point of new public management in China is to build a high-efficiency, democratic and open government, which puts forward new challenges to government financial information disclosure. Although the budget accounting system in China has been reformed for several times, and has achieved remarkable success, we have not yet established a mature government accounting. It still focuses on budget management, and does not fully reflect the situation that our government manages public resources, so it can not help government free its public accountability and win public trust. The aim of establishing and perfecting government accounting according to new public management is to integrate with international accounting practices. Based on China's unique political and economic system and sociocultural environment, this paper explores the improvement of our government’s new financial reporting system from different angles. We points out the requirements for government financial reporting of new public management, and analyzes existing problems of our government financial reporting. Finally, we put forward some countermeasures.
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