Computer-assisted audit techniques based on an enhanced rough set model

@article{Pai2010ComputerassistedAT,
  title={Computer-assisted audit techniques based on an enhanced rough set model},
  author={Ping-Feng Pai and Ming-Fu Hsu and Ming-Chieh Wang},
  journal={The 6th International Conference on Networked Computing and Advanced Information Management},
  year={2010},
  pages={207-212}
}
Due to the uncertainty of the business environment and critical competition, financial statement fraud (FSF) risk is higher than in past decades. Most FSF is caused by top managers who have the authority to override the internal controls and deploy de facto power against audit committees. An auditor is the last line of defense to detect FSF. Unfortunately, many auditors lack the expertise and experience to deal with related risks. In recent years, with the development of information technology… CONTINUE READING

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