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- Chapter 1. Governance and accountability: a legal approach to auditing
- Chapter 2. ‘Perfectly legal’: a sociological approach to auditing
- Chapter 3. Public oversight: an international approach to auditing
- Chapter 4. The role of markets: an economic approach to auditing
- Chapter 5. True and fair to whom?: a philosophical approach to auditing
- Chapter 6. Conflicts of interest in auditing: are they conducive to corruption?
- Chapter 7. Attachments between directors and auditors: do they affect engagement tenure?
- Chapter 8. Where were the gatekeepers? Corporate collapses and the role of accountants
- Chapter 9. Management economic bargaining power and auditors’ objectivity
- Chapter 10. Criticisms of auditors and earnings management during the Asian economic crisis
- Chapter 11. Auditor independence: regulation, oversight and inspection
- Chapter 12. Improving ethical judgment through deep learning
- Chapter 13. Can we teach auditors and accountants to be more ethically competent and publicly accountable?
- Chapter 14. Do auditor provided non-audit services (APNAS) fees impair auditor independence?