- Managerial Auditing Journal
- A British scholarly auditing journal. Established in 1986, and edited from 1988 by *Gerald Vinten, the journal is published in nine issues a year by MCB University Press in Bradford, England. It is available in print and online formats. The journal combines scholarly and practical analysis on a wide spectrum of auditing topics. Despite its title, the journal’s contents are not restricted to managerial, operational, or internal auditing: it frequently includes essays on external auditing. There is strong international coverage, especially for developing countries. The journal’s notes describe its mission as follows: to provide "a forum for those with a broad managerial as well as professional interest in audit to explore current practices, ideas and experience; a framework of explanation and guidance on developments and research; and perspectives on professional and career development." It also claims to take its readers "beyond traditional conventions" and look at "the ways in which contemporary auditors are improving both managerial and organizational performance." Web site: www.mcb.co.uk
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