The impact of CSOs' commitment to disclosure requirements and the quality of accounting information in the decision making process

Abstract

This study aims to shed light on the civil society organizations and the quality of the information and financial data produced by these organizations and the impact of these organizations' compliance with the requirements of accounting disclosure on the decisions of users of the financial statements from within or outside these organizations .The objective of this study is to demonstrate the concept and elements of accounting disclosure and the elements of accounting disclosure and the presentation of the types of accounting disclosure as well as the quality of accounting information and the quality of accounting information.In order to achieve the objectives of the study and verify its hypotheses, a questionnaire was prepared by a number of professors in the Faculty of Management and Economics. The questionnaire was distributed to a group of university professors in the Faculty of Management and Economics at Qadisiyah, Dhi Qar and Al Muthanna Universities , The study used a set of statistical tools such as arithmetic mean, standard deviation, correlation coefficient, simple linear and multiple regression equation to determine the effect of independent variables on the dependent variable, Each paragraph and duplicates according to a measure of the five-marks lekart.The study concluded that the accounting and auditing standards should be strictly restricted and maintained to produce high-quality financial reports. The state should oblige civil society organizations to disclose their data periodically .