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Audit firm culture, management controls and governance

Sub-themes: human resources, learning culture, audit firm culture, quality control systems

Projects

2020B07 - The institutional context in and conditions under which auditors deliver quality (PhD project T. Bosman)

The goal of this study is not to provide a literature study on the topic, but rather to help practitioners, policy makers, researchers, and regulators to identify and understand the available Audit Quality measures, information sources and potentially improve these sources.

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2020B04 - Audit firm culture, audit quality and other organizational outcomes (Prof. dr. Francis)

The goal of the second FAR Chair proposal, is to extend the analysis of partners/managers and their audit teams, by measuring and assessing the effect of organizational culture on their behavior in order to better understand why these things happen.

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2020B02 - Management control in auditing firms and its implications for managing competing objectives (PhD project S. Tiggelaar)

​This project studies the interplay among management control mechanisms and the effect of their joint use on how professional and commercial objectives are managed in auditing firms.

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2018B02 - Culture controls in audit firms (Prof. Bol)

This study investigates the way audit firms in the Netherlands use culture controls, the extent to which these culture controls result in employees internalizing the organizational objective of high audit quality, and the factors that influence this relationship.

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2016B03 - Moving audit teams forward – Designing firm environments for sustainable learning from errors (Prof. dr. Gijselaers)

This study will (provide a diagnostic tool to) investigate the appropriate conditions audit firms may want to consider to strengthen their (audit team’s) learning from error climate (i.e., the organizational context wherein audit team effectively learn from errors) to strengthen the interplay between individual auditors’ characteristics and the firm’s organizational environment in order to strengthen audit judgment quality.

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2016B01 - The loss of talent – A threat for audit quality (Prof. dr. Moers)

Understanding the drivers of potential talent loss across experience years and its consequences in terms of audit quality – in order for the firms to be better able to retain talent over the years (and thus better capitalize on their investment in learning and development).

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