Auditor’s Report, The


Auditor’s Report, The
A U.S. auditing newsletter. Published quarterly by the * American Accounting Association, the newsletter focuses on academic and professional developments in auditing. Web link: http://accounting.rutgers.edu/raw/aaa/audit/auditorsreport.htm

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