Does the Accounting Information Systems (AIS) Influence the Economy?

Md. Abdul Halim (Department of Business Administration, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Tangail, Bangladesh)
Md. Al Amin (Department of Accounting, Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Tangail, Bangladesh)

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to look at the impact of accounting information systems on the economy. The study has been directed based on the analytical and theoretical. It observed a total of 500 respondents. To run the research and to get informative results, this paper used primary data. It uses the Chi squire test, ANOVA tests, and Multinomial Logistic tests for analyzing the results. It calculates the data with the help of IBM statistical packages for social science (SPSS). This paper assumes that AIS is beneficial for Bangladeshi organizations, which contributes to the economic development of Bangladesh. However, it finally shows that this system has a gap between what accounting information systems are & what should be. This paper suggests that an organization may get potential benefits through the implementation of AIS in Bangladesh. It also will be benefited stakeholders from implying it. The paper conducts based on the listed financial organizations of Bangladesh. This is the main limitation of this study. It is the first work in Bangladesh based on my knowledge. It provides accurate information to all stakeholders that help them to the right decision. It will also help to improve the economic development of Bangladesh.


Keywords


Application of AIS; Benefits of AIS; Chi-square; ANOVA; Developing economy

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