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The National Auditing Conference (NAC): 1996 NAC



6th National Auditing Conference
Bristol Business School

University of the West of England

Aztec Hotel, Bristol

Friday 22 March and Saturday 23 March 1996


Friday 22 March 1996

The conference addressed the themes of corporate governance and internal auditing.

Keynote Speakers
Corporate governance - the internal audit cutting edge

Professor Gerald Vinten, President of the Institute of Internal Auditors

A view of how internal control should be monitored
Howard Martin, Partner, Ernst &: Young

Other papers:

Pour encourager les autres: reflections on the effectiveness of the Financial Reporting Review Panel
Richard Brandt, Stella Fearnley and Tony Mines, University of Portsmouth

Internal control reporting
Andrew Chambers, Professor of Audit & Control, University of Hull

Internal audit education: an examination of the potential for competence-led assessment
Alex Dunlop, Trevor Hassall and Sarah Lewis, Sheffield Hallam University

Outsourcing - is outsourcing the re-engineering solution to internal auditing?
David Gowland and Anthony Young, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Audit as a model of control
Henrietta Stewart, Manchester Business School and Tony Berry, Sheffield Hallam University

The development of auditing in the Czech Republic: a case of rational expectations?
Pat Sucher, Thames Valley University and Ivan Zeienka, Prague School of Economics

A comparison of internal control reporting in the US and the UK
Curtis C Verschoor, DePaul University, Chicago

Audit Negligence Litigation in Australia
Margaret Wade and Brendan Pentony, University of Canberra