Knapp's market-leading auditing casebook stresses the "people" aspect of independent audits. The purpose of this casebook is to allow students to learn from cases based on problem audits. Students are also acquainted with the work environment of auditors. Professors can use this casebook as a supplemental text for the first undergraduate auditing course or as a primary text for a second undergraduate auditing course or graduate-level auditing seminar. A syllabus for each course is included in the Instructor's Manual.
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Michael Chris Knapp, PhD, CPA, CMA, has been a member of the faculty of the University of Oklahoma since 1988. Professor Knapp has published extensively in both academic research journals and practitioner-oriented journals. Professor Knapp has written numerous articles for major metropolitan newspapers on a wide range of business topics, including several articles appearing in the Los Angeles Times.
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