Based on the continuing success of STAR, the computer-based auditing system first pioneered by Deloitte & Touche LLP almost 25 years ago, Statistical Techniques for Analytical Review in Auditing, Second Edition builds on its original text to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date, and practical guide to using this highly effective and efficient system for planning, performing, and evaluating analytical procedures.
The first edition of this unrivaled work was published in 1986, following 15 years and thousands of effective applications of the STAR Program worldwide. This Second Edition has been thoroughly updated to reflect the changes required by SAS 56, and features additional practical examples and all new graphics and printouts.
Without using complicated mathematics, the authors take the reader through the understanding and implementation of STAR in four stages:
The only text currently available on this successful and widely used auditing program, Statistical Techniques for Analytical Review in Auditing, Second Edition is designed to be an invaluable resource for external as well as internal auditors involved in business, government, and nonprofit organizations.
A new and updated edition of a classic text for the auditing professional
STAR, the premier computer-based auditing system for performing statistical procedures, has been successfully implemented in thousands of worldwide audits. Developed by Deloitte & Touche LLP, STAR is designed to integrate statistical modeling techniques and professional judgments in a manner that is optimized for auditors.
Statistical Techniques for Analytical Review in Auditing was written to explain the concepts and techniques implemented through STAR and to encourage their use by other auditors. In this new and thoroughly updated Second Edition, the authors continue to provide the audit marketplace with an important and far-reaching resource.
Written from the perspective of the practitioner, Statistical Techniques for Analytical Review in Auditing, Second Edition features:
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KENNETH W. STRINGER is a former partner with Deloitte, Haskins & Sells, predecessor of Deloitte & Touche LLP, where he served as director of professional services for the international firm and, earlier, as partner-in-charge of accounting and auditing services for the U.S. firm. Mr. Stringer introduced a number of innovative systems to the firm's audit practice, including the Audit Sampling Plan, STAR, and Auditape—the first generalized audit retrieval software package developed by a national accounting firm. After retiring in 1981, he spent six years as a professor of accounting at the New York University Stern School of Business.
Mr. Stringer served on various AICPA com-mittees, including the Committee on Auditing Procedures and the Commission on Auditor's Responsibilities. As chairman of the relevant subcommittee, he introduced an audit risk model that related materiality and reliance on internal control to substantive audit tests of details and analytical review procedures. He also played a leading role in drafting a related pronouncement issued by the committee in 1972. The concepts in that pronouncement underlie the audit philosophy expressed in this book and have been the subject of elaboration in several subsequent statements on auditing standards.
In 1981, Mr. Stringer received the first Distinguished Service Award presented by the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association for "outstanding service to the academic and professional practice of auditing."
TREVOR R. STEWART is Director of Accounting & Auditing Technology for Deloitte & Touche LLP, where his responsibilities include the development, support, and implementation of software for the firm's worldwide accounting and auditing practice.
Mr. Stewart is a Chartered Accountant (South Africa). He has a B. Com. degree from the University of Port Elizabeth and a B.Sc. degree in mathematics from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He joined the audit department of Deloitte's Johannesburg office in 1971 and has also served the firm in London and New York.
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