International Auditing: Practical Resource Guide
Stay abreast of the latest information on international auditing with this indispensable resource. Obtain practical guidance in such areas as risk assessment, logistics, and cultural/business environment in an international context. Examine the risks international companies face as a cost of doing business and learn proven methods of addressing these risks. This guide gives you advice on how to plan safe and efficient auditing assignments and provides information on regions and countries throughout the world to allow you to place your assignment in a wide context.
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1 IntroductionInternational Auditing
2 International Organizations and Their Risks
3 Managing International Risks
4 OrganizationWide Risk Assessment
5 The Logistics of Auditing
6 Concluding Thoughts
7 Select Bibliography and Other Sources of Information
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