This study examines factors influencing the international public sector accounting standards (IPSAS) implementation and presenting of accounting information related to the Jordanian public sector, also the information of reports is based on “Accounting principles and practices (No.39/1962) among government accountants. This study identified several important factors influencing the IPSAS implementation which are; lack of self-efficiency and assets evaluation. In addition, a quantitative approach was employed by distributed the questionnaires to 100 respondents enrolled at Jordanian General Budget Department using simple random sampling. The data were analyzed using SPSS to verify the relationships between the variables. The results found significant positive relationships between lack of self-efficiency and assets evaluation and IPSAS implementation resistance among government accountant in the public sector of Jordan. To sum up, this study contributes in expanding the literature concerning IPSAS implementation in Jordanian context, it’s also provides meaningful guideline to the government of Jordan for IPSAS implementation resistance. Finally, providing insights on the critical success factors to ensure successful implementation process .
Alhuda Tawffek Al-otoom, Nour and Mohammed Alrabba, Hussein
"Impact of Lack of Self-efficiency and Assets Evaluation on Resistance of IPSAS Implementation,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 11
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol11/iss5/33