An integrative model of risk management in auditing

Huss, H. Fenwick; Jacobs, Fred A.
June 2000
American Business Review;Jun2000, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p113
Academic Journal
Develops a complex model of risk management in corporate auditing in the United States. Features of the risk management model; Events associated with the audit process; Advantages of the risk management model; Implications of the model for audit practice risk management.


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