The Popular Financial Reporting and Gender Accountability, the Integrated Approach in Municipalities and Public Bodies
Paolo Pietro Biancone, Silvana Secinaro, Valerio Brescia

The term gender auditing does not imply public budgets distinguished for men and women, but rathe r: an analysis of the government budget to establish the budget’s differential impact on women and men and on different groups of women and men. After providing a definition, the study focuses on a possible approach for the achievement of a popular financial reporting based on gender accountability. A case study shows how the re is a difference in preferences between men and women in policy choices and economic representation priorities. Gender accountability provides the possibility to increase transparency, efficiency and effectiveness of the policies and reports.

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