Anderson, Urton L.
born 1951 A U.S. academic, author, and internal auditing specialist. Professor of Accounting at the University of Texas at Austin, Anderson has authored several authoritative internal auditing texts and has participated in the professional developments of the *Institute of Internal Auditors (HA). His writings include a contribution to the IIA’s Research Opportunities in Internal Auditing (Anderson, 2003) and the IIA research report Quality Assurance for Internal Auditing (1983). Anderson chaired the *Internal Auditing Standards Board in 2003. Further reading: Anderson (1983); Anderson (2003) Web link: www.mccombs.utexas.edu/dept/accounting/faculty/ua.html

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