Managerial Auditing Journal

Category:

Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 3 Issue 2

THE NEED FOR BEHAVIOURALISM IN INTERNAL AUDITING

Mortimer A. Dittenhofer

The various elements of interpersonal aspects impacting on internal auditing are summarised. Each is briefly described as to its characteristics and its importance…

STRESS AND COPING STRATEGIES IN INTERNAL AUDITING

Donna J. Wood, James A. Wilson

Relationships between stress and interpersonal dynamics of internal auditing, particularly auditor‐auditee relations, are focused on. An overview is presented of…

AUDIT REPORTING AND CONFERENCING FOR DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT STYLES

Wanda A. Wallace, James J. Wallace

The management style of an organisation can influence the relative effectiveness of alternative approaches to conferencing and reporting. Implications of autocratic…

POSITIVELY MOTIVATING AUDITORS AND MANAGERS

Carol A. Codori

Concepts and practical applications are used to explore motivation from the perspectives of auditors, managers and psychologists. The premise is that improved…

OVERCOMING RELUCTANCE TO CHANGE IN IMPLEMENTING AUDIT RECOMMENDATIONS

Paul F. Caron, Stanley J. Haddock

Background is provided of a study in the US Department of Defense relative to reasons why auditees resisted cooperation with auditors and the implementation of audit…

BEHAVIOURAL ASPECTS OF ACCOUNTANCY

Gerald Vinten

Management accountants and auditors have much to learn from each other in how to minimise their respective problems. Any accounting system needs to pay due regard to…

ISSN:

0268-6902

Online date, start – end:

1986

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Vivek Mande