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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Wanna; Christine Ryan; Chew Ng
|Description:||xii, 372 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1: A History of the Audit Office1 'Remaining Firm in the Discharge of Duty': The Early Development of Commonwealth Auditing, 1901 to the Great War2 An Abrasive Era: War, Depression and Conflict: 1914 to the 1930s3 With 'Persuasion and Cooperation': Struggling to Catch Up with an Expansionary Government: 1940s to 1970s4 'Resolute and Robust': Redefining the Contours of Auditing from the mid-1970s to 2001Part 2: The Changing Face of the Audit Office5 From Correctness to Fairness: The Changing Emphasis in Financial Statements over the Century6 Performance Auditing: Securing a New Role for the Audit Office7 Managing Stakeholder Relations and Balancing Demands8 Independence, Accountability and Integrity|
|Responsibility:||John Wanna, Christine Ryan and Chew Ng.|