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BH Ekonomski forum
2019, vol. 11, br. 2, str. 9-23
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 10/06/2020
doi: 10.5937/bhekofor1902009I
Financial reporting of business entities and ethical dilemmas of students in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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aUniverzitet u Sarajevu, Ekonomski fakultet, Federacija BiH
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The fair and reliable financial reporting of business entities is extremely important for strengthening the confidence among business entities, acting positively on the scope of business activities and achieved results. On the other hand, individuals, businesses and the entire society, suffered huge losses, due to the frauds in financial reports, by dropping the confidence in the accounting profession. The public's expectations from the accounting profession are that its professionals consciously reject participation in any fraud activities, and be real fighters for the real financial reporting of the entities. In the light of specified expectations, this paper tries to consider the ability of students of economic specialization in Bosnia and Herzegovina in recognizing cases of false financial reporting among different situations that can(not) include fraud characteristics, and their readiness to take active participation in the fight against frauds in business entities and economic crimes, in general. The results of the research showed that research participants clearly recognize cases of false financial reporting among various fraudulent activities, that they have a high level of awareness regarding the seriousness of the fraud type and its negative consequences for entities, and that they express their unreserved readiness to report these cases to the competent authorities with the purpose of prosecution.

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