British Accounting Association   Auditing
Special Interest Group

 

 
YOUR LOCATION:

Aston Business School :

Finance, Accounting

& Law Group :

BAA Auditing Special

Interest Group :

The National Auditing Conference (NAC) : 1992 NAC

 

 

2nd National Auditing Conference

Bristol Business School

Swallow Royal Hotel, Bristol

Friday 3 and Saturday 4 April 1992

 

Programme
Friday 3 April 1992

Audit Policy Making

The Work of the Auditing Practices Board: Its Aims and Objectives

Bill Morrison, Chairman of the Auditing Practices Board

Environmental Audit: Theory and Practices

Josephine Maltby, Sheffield University Management School


Audit Policy Making in the United Kingdom: The Case of the Auditor's Consideration in Respect of Going Concern

Prem Sikka, Polytechnic of East London


The Criminalisation of Computer Hacking: Auditor Boon or Curse

Professor Gerald Vinten, Whitbread Professor of Business Policy, Luton College of Higher Education


Auditing, Reporting and the Expectation Gap

Games Theory and the Auditor's Penalty Regime

Professor David Hatherly, Luc Nadeau and Lyn Thomas

The Audit Expectation-Performance Gap in New Zealand: An Empirical Investigation

Brenda Porter, Massey University, New Zealand

Audit Risk, Materiality and Judgement: An International Comparison of Auditing Standards

Michael Pratt and Karen Van Peursem, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Issues in Auditing Education

Competences for Registered Auditors

Andrew Hording, Practices Training Manager, Chartered Association of Certified Accountants

Developing an Auditing Syllabus for Degree Level Programmes

Bernard Williams, University of East Anglia


Structured Workshops

Chaired Workshops on a variety of topics - research, case study teaching, the use of computers in teaching, public sector audit, and internal audit.