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Title: Editorial : comparison as a habit - the case for international governmental accounting research
Authors: Caperchione, Eugenio
Bisogno, Marco
Caruana, Josette
Cohen, Sandra
Manes-Rossi, Francesca
Keywords: Finance, Public -- Accounting
Comparative International Governmental Accounting Research
Debts, Public -- Accounting
Accounting -- Standards
Accounting -- Law and legislation
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Caperchione, E., Bisogno, M., Caruana, J., Cohen, S., & Manes-Rossi, F. (2021). Editorial : comparison as a habit — the case for international governmental accounting research. Public Money & Management, 41(6), 428-431.
Abstract: The long-standing collaboration between Public Money & Management (PMM) and the CIGAR Network has resulted in an important new initiative: this first CIGAR annual issue. The CIGAR Board has agreed with PMM’s editors and publisher to publish one issue per year presenting articles that had their origins in the conferences, workshops and debates organized by the CIGAR Network, and will therefore be fully devoted to the themes that CIGAR’s scholars are focusing on. We open this PMM–CIGAR dialogue by explaining the history of our scholarly society, its aims, achievements and its areas of interest. But, first and foremost, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the contribution of our anonymuous reviewers. Thank you for allowing us to rely on your professional and academic support. This issue would not have been possible without your participation.
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