Opinions Regarding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic over the Financial Reporting

Opinions Regarding the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic over the Financial Reporting

Number 7, July 2020  »  Financial accounting and reporting

Professor Ovidiu-Constantin Bunget, PhD a
Associate Professor Alin-Constantin Dumitrescu, PhD a
Econ Cristian Lungu b
Econ Andrei-Marius Olariu c
a West University of Timișoara
b Bucharest
c Hunedoara

Abstract: According to the United Nations, the COVID-19 pandemic unbalanced the economies of the states, having the highest negative impact since the Great Depression. The state representatives from around the world are imposing restrictive measures to control the spread of the virus and minimize the number of infections.
All the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ones that will follow in the near future directly affect the accounting reporting procedure, including the national accounting regulations (the Order of the Minister of Public Finance No. 1802/2014 for the approval of the Accounting regulations regarding the individual annual financial statements and consolidated annual financial statements, as subsequently amended and supplemented), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and the audit of financial statements in 2020.
Classification JEL: H12, M41, M42, M40 | Pages: 11-18

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