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Explores the state of the art in internal auditing risk assessment techniques by reviewing professional requirements as stated in Statement of Internal Auditing Standards (SIAS) No. 9 and then examining and discussing currently available risk assessment techniques. Models explored in the study...
The second of two articles dealing with a survey of health care internal auditing in the United States. The first article appeared in Vol. 7 No. 6, 1992. The second article builds on the first and deals with: the allocation of time to various internal audit activities and the rationale employed...
Executive compensation and incentive packages have received a great deal of attention recently in the professional business literature as well as from the accounting standard setters. Examines the design of compensation systems. Suggests that environmental uncertainty and monitoring by the board...
Compares two studies, one in 1983 and one in 1994, of the reaction of a randomly selected group of internal auditors of various levels of competence and in various industrial groups to 20 vignettes identifying a series of internal auditing related ethical situations. The vignettes of the two...
The rapid growth in the economy of the Asia Pacific region has attracted many banks to expand in this area. Rapid expansion has brought the need for an increased emphasis on internal controls. A more structured control over the internal audit function is needed to provide sufficient assurance to...
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