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New FAR Practice note: How is auditor commercialism related to audit quality?

New FAR Practice note: How is auditor commercialism related to audit quality?

29 Jul, 2019

By William Ciconte (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Justin Leiby (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Marleen Willekens (KU – Leuven).

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FAR Literature review: How is auditor commercialism related to audit quality and efficiency?

FAR Literature review: How is auditor commercialism related to audit quality and efficiency?

26 Jul, 2019

Does engaging in commercial activity compromise auditors’ professionalism? Read it in the latest FAR Literature review by William Ciconte (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Justin Leiby (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Marleen Willekens (KU – Leuven).

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FAR Literature review: Do private firm audits serve a different purpose?

FAR Literature review: Do private firm audits serve a different purpose?

12 Jul, 2019

Do private firm audits serve a different purpose? Read it in this FAR Literature review by Mahmoud Gad (Lancaster University), Robin Litjens (Tilburg University) and Jeroen Suijs (Erasmus University).

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FAR Newsletter: 4th FAR International Conference - press release

FAR Newsletter: 4th FAR International Conference - press release

26 Jun, 2019

In this newsletter: Reflections on the 4th FAR International Conference, FAR Masterclass Report of 29 March 2019 , FAR Practice Note, FAR Academic board member Willem Buijink receives Hopwood prize and FAR Vacancy: Program Coordinator

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Join the FAR Team: New Vacancy

Join the FAR Team: New Vacancy

25 Jun, 2019

Are you interested in supporting the Foundation for Auditing Research? We are currently looking at hiring a Programme Coördinator to join our professional team.

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FAR Masterclass by Anna Gold: Judgment biases in auditing

FAR Masterclass by Anna Gold: Judgment biases in auditing

23 Jun, 2019

Although auditors are well-educated professionals, they are also human beings. This means that they are susceptible to judgment biases. Departing from psychological theories, four judgment biases were discussed during Anna Gold’s well-attended masterclass:

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