Auditors are, with some frequency, called names. Some of these names are universally disliked by auditors; others are seen as desirable; and on some names, auditors are ambivalent. Because naming is also deeply symbolic and meaningful behaviour, this study was carried out and included a national random sample of internal audit directors, audit managers and internal auditors based in the US and Canada. The article reports the results of this study.
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