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La Publicación De Honorarios De Las Firmas De Auditoría En España: Un Análisis Empírico







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    La presente investigación analiza si realmente las medidas relacionadas con la imposición de publicación de honorarios en España contribuyen intrínsecamente a paliar, en cierta medida, los conflictos de independencia que la profesión auditora tiene actualmente.En relación con la evidencia obtenida del cuestionario utilizado en la investigación, es interesante subrayar que los profesores universitarios se inclinan, en general, a favor de la existencia de este tipo de medidas de transparencia informativa, sin embargo, los auditores se muestran contrarios a la misma. No obstante, a pesar de este posicionamiento inicial discrepante, la evidencia indica que dentro de la categoría de auditores es preciso diferenciar dos grupos: los profesionales consolidados y los profesionales no consolidados. De esta forma, los resultados indican que estos últimos muestran una opinión intermedia cercana en algunos puntos a la indicada por los profesores universitarios.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): (2008)
    Issue (Month): (November)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000129:005135
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