British Accounting Association   Auditing
Special Interest Group



Aston Business School :

Finance, Accounting

& Law Group :

BAA Auditing Special

Interest GroupInterest Group :

The National Auditing Conference (NAC): 1993 NAC



3rd National Auditing Conference

Staffordshire University Business School

Stakis Grand Hotel, Hanley, Stoke on Trent

Friday 26 and Saturday 27 March 1993


Friday 26 March 1993

Current key issues affecting the professional auditing

The role and work of the Joint Monitoring Unit

Jo Holden, Head of JMU

Audit of small companies and SCAS

Neil Kingston, F Geen and Co., Stoke-on-Trent

Implications of hypermedia to the audit

Barry Spaul, University of Exeter

Empirical study of computer auditing techniques

Leigh Holland, De Montfort University

Current key issues linking the profession with education:

Computerised Case Studies for Undergraduate Auditing courses
Lyn Horsfield. Monash.

Auditing as an integral part of multi-discipline case studies

Mark Allison, ICAS

The National Audit Office and the Audit Commission Investigation of Co-operation at the interface

Mary Bowerman, Hull University

Investigation of the usefulness of management letters

Michael Sherer, Stuart Manson and Sean McCartney, University of Essex


Demonstrations of Computer Audit Tools by Pentana Audit Technology
Other chaired workshops on a variety of topics.