1.3 The Global Accounting Digital Library Project: Present and Future: Role of Business Reporting Standards. Eric E. Cohen email@example.com. Expectations: Access.
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XBRL is the use of XML and related W3 recommended specification to represent the information common to users across the Business Reporting Supply Chain.
XBRL separates meaning from presentation; language issues can be handled easily. Agreement on content brings new comparability – to data, and to underlying rules.
XBRL facilitates more easily reused data, more comparable data (across regulators, across countries, across other boundaries). It is securities, it is tax, it is pan-governmental.
XBRL: relevant to establishing law, and researching laws across borders and languages. Each concept is tied to its underlying legislation; cross-topic research is then possible.
XBRL is more than tax returns, annual reports and like typical data; it is the underlying business detail (XBRL Global Ledger); it can be agreement on tomorrow’s audit documentation.
XBRL and other standards will play an important role in the standardized, integrated, searchable, consistent environment of tomorrow.