The Importance of the Accounting Information and the Role of the Scientific Accounting Research in Developing the Economic Development Service in the Developing Countries (Case Study Jordan)

By Okab, Reem; Al-Oqool, Mohammed Ali et al. | Research in Applied Economics, January 1, 2014 | Go to article overview

The Importance of the Accounting Information and the Role of the Scientific Accounting Research in Developing the Economic Development Service in the Developing Countries (Case Study Jordan)


Okab, Reem, Al-Oqool, Mohammed Ali, Bashayreh, Mohammed Mahmoud, Research in Applied Economics


Abstract

The aim of this study to the statement the importance of accounting and scientific research accounting in achieving economic development through accounting information and the need to develop accounting for economic development through the study of the contribution of the trends and the scope of scientific research accounting in economic development stems importance of this study in that it is trying to show the role of accounting in economic development and to link the development of the accounting process of scientific research by proposing a framework for scientific research accounting covers aspects related handicaps and problems of accounting in developing countries, trends and scope of the scientific research of accounting and its role in economic development is the proposed strategy for the development of accounting for economic development through scientific research accountant developing countries seek to reach a better economic and social status through implementing long-term developmental plans. It is known that the success of these attempts rely on various factors and aspects, including the availability of the information which can be used to make decisions for the purpose of developing , implementing and following up these plans.

The accounting information plays a positive role in the integrity of these decisions as well as the success of the development plans; such role is derived from the availability of information required for preparing, implementing and following up these plans. The failure of such plans is attributed to the absence of a serious evaluation of the accounting role in succeeding the economic development plans.

In this study explain role of the accounting research in economic development.Through the study and a statement of research are two areas of accounting and how to use them in the areas of economic development and the most important fields of knowledge statement of interest to the research of accounting with reference to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Keywords: accounting information, economic development, accounting research

1. Introduction

The accounting information plays a positive role in the integrity of the decisions as well as the success of the development plans; such role is derived from the availability of information required for preparing, implementing and following up these plans.In many cases, the failure of such plans is mainly attributed to the absence of a serious evaluation of the accounting role in succeeding the economic development plans. A lack of the required information is one of the obstacles affecting negatively the development plans; such effect is represented bychoosing the model which builds on unreal bases; in addition, such model may cover certain aspects of the economy; such aspects are not important. However, the information related to them is available. A lack of information of the relative scarcity of the available resources leads to misdistribution of these resources; in addition, a lack of information of the achievement of the development plan makes any amendment of these plans impossible.

Based on the fact that the accountancy is one of the social sciences which aim to serve various needs of the private and public business facilities, it is affected by the changes of the general economic, social, legal and political and political conditions prevailing in each country or certain environment at each period. The accounting information is resulted by certain requirements which change due to various environmental factors within the economic, social, legal and political environments in which the accountancy works. In order to achieve this development of the accountancy, various studies and researches related to the different aspects of accountancy shall be conducted in the framework of the accounting scientific research represented by the scientific researches performed by the academics in the universities or the professionals practicing the occupation within thecontinuous educationand the graduate studies of Master and Phd degrees; based on such studies, the accountancycontributes to serve the economic development through providing the integrated accounting information which can be relied on. …

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