The topic - Public Internal Financial Control in the Republic of North Macedonia derives from the fact that it is crucial for EU candidate countries. This concept has been developed by the European Commission, primarily to help developing countries to reform their systems of internal financial controls. The concept is based on the international standards for internal control and the best practice of European countries.Providing a good structured and operational model, which will be of great help to the Government in running the country, in terms of redesigning their internal control environment, is the main purpose of the existence of the public internal financial control. This control should improve the control system in the public sector of the countries that aspire to join the EU. The model of public internal financial control is widely accepted and commonly used by many countries, including some countries outside the EU, such as the Republic of North Macedonia.
Ivan Dionisijev, M.Sc. is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the Department of Accounting and Auditing at the University "Ss. Cyril and Methodius" in Skopje, Faculty of Economics - Skopje. Previously he worked for the State Audit Office for 6 years as a State Auditor. His areas of research interest are accounting, auditing, and control.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Public Internal Financial Control, Performance Audit, Financial Management and Control, Internal Audit, State Audit Office
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General