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Nistor Cristina Silvia
Nistor Cristina Silvia
Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Zweryfikowany adres z econ.ubbcluj.ro
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The impact of accrual accounting on public sector management: An exploratory study for Romania
A Deaconu, N Cristina Silvia, F Crina
Transilvanian Review of Administrative Sciences, 2011
612011
ENCOMPASSING NON-FINANCIAL REPORTING IN A COERCIVE FRAMEWORK FOR ENHANCING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: ROMANIAN LISTED COMPANIES'CASE
A Tiron-Tudor, CS Nistor, CA Ştefănescu, G Zanellato
Amfiteatru Economic 21 (52), 590-606, 2019
592019
Performance through efficiency in the public healthcare system–A DEA approach in an emergent country
CS Nistor, CA Ștefănescu, AR Crișan
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Oeconomica 62 (1), 31-49, 2017
312017
The integrated reporting system: A new accountability enhancement tool for public sector entities
T Oprisor, A Tiron-Tudor, CS Nistor
The Audit Financiar journal 14 (139), 747-747, 2016
312016
Analysis of the stakeholders' needs and their inference upon financial reports of SMEs
A Deaconu, N Cristina Silvia, I Popa
Journal of international business and economics, 2009
302009
The role of universities in consolidating intellectual capital and generating new knowledge for a sustainable bio-economy
A Tiron-Tudor, CS Nistor, CA Ştefănescu
Amfiteatru Economic 20 (49), 599-615, 2018
252018
Approaching public sector transparency through an integrated reporting benchmark
CS Nistor, CA Stefanescu, T Oprisor, AR Crisan
Journal of Financial Reporting and Accounting 17 (2), 249-270, 2019
242019
Stability and coherence in transition, a wish that can be accomplished? The accounting system of Romanian public institutions
CS Nistor, A Deaconu, A Severin
Journal of International Business and Economics 9 (2), 106-124, 2009
212009
Public accounting history in post-communist Romania
CS Nistor, A Deaconu
Economic research-Ekonomska istraživanja 29 (1), 623-642, 2016
172016
The value relevance of fair value: Evidence for tangible assets on the Romanian market
A Deaconu, A Buiga, CS Nistor
Transition Studies Review 17, 151-169, 2010
142010
THE EFFECT OF TRANSITING FROM CASH ACCOUNTING TO ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING ON PERFORMANCE IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR.
A Deaconu, CS Nistor, CI Filip
Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Oeconomica 54 (2), 2009
142009
An empirical research about the contain of Balanced scorecard concept in public sector
CS Nistor
Studia Universitatis Babes Bolyai-Negotia 55 (3), 51-68, 2010
112010
Consolidated financial statements–a new challenge for the public sector administration
A Cîrstea, CS Nistor, A Tiron Tudor
Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences 33 (1), 46-65, 2017
102017
An empirical research about the possibility of implementing balanced scorecard in Romanian Universities
CS Nistor
Munich Personal RePEc Archive, 2009
102009
Enabling financial sustainability through integrated reporting
CS Nistor, CA Ştefănescu, T Oprişor, A Tiron-Tudor
Financial sustainability in public administration: Exploring the concept of …, 2017
92017
Romanian public sector transparency approached by e-governance
NC Silvia, D Adela
Procedia Economics and Finance 15, 414-420, 2014
92014
“United in diversity” public sector financial, statistical and budgetary reporting in the European Union
A Tiron-Tudor, CS Nistor, CA Stefanescu
International Journal of Public Sector Management 33 (2/3), 265-283, 2020
82020
Public accounting reporting, under an achievable metamorphosis?
CS Nistor, CA Stefanescu
Current Science, 2131-2137, 2018
82018
Competences in Romanian higher education–an empirical investigation for the business sector
A Deaconu, CS Nistor
Studies in Higher Education 42 (11), 1917-1940, 2017
82017
Legitimacy to develop fair value measurement standards: The Case of the IVSC Discussion Paper–Determination of fair value of intangible assets for IFRS reporting purposes
A Deaconu, N Cristina Silvia, F Crina
Review of Business Research 9 (3), 2009
82009
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