Regulation of auditing in Australia

Submission 90

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Abstract

This submission discusses four topics: audit is perceived to be effective, reliance on audit experts, the technology of materiality and the use of audit to serve public interest.
Original languageEnglish
TypeParliamentary Submission
Media of outputtext
PublisherAustralian Parliament House Website
Number of pages5
Place of PublicationAustralia
Publication statusPublished - 13 Nov 2019

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Voss, B., & Carter, D. (2019, Nov 13). Regulation of auditing in Australia: Submission 90. Australia : Australian Parliament House Website.
Voss, Barbara ; Carter, David. / Regulation of auditing in Australia : Submission 90. 2019. Australia : Australian Parliament House Website. 5 p.
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Voss, B & Carter, D 2019, Regulation of auditing in Australia: Submission 90. Australian Parliament House Website, Australia .

Regulation of auditing in Australia : Submission 90. / Voss, Barbara; Carter, David.

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