Until recently, the formal model for the estimation of audit risk was relatively straightforward. There were two major approaches: the familiar multiplicative planned risk model in the USA and UK; and the Canadian Bayesian posterior risk model. Recent work has substantially changed the framework for estimating audit risk. Aims to evaluate these proposals and to develop a single framework for the measurement of planned and posterior risk.
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