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The effect of skepticism, self-construal and self-esteem on auditors’ ethical judgments and ethical intentions in an auditor-client conflict situation Workshop

Virtual Session, through Microsoft Teams 23 SEP 20201 PM
The College of Business Administration in collaboration with the Financial Reporting Quality Research Group, Research Institutes of Humanities and Social Sciences organized a seminar entitled "The effect of skepticism, self-construal, and self-esteem on auditors' ethical judgments and ethical intentions in an auditor-client conflict situation" given by Dr. Medhat Endrawes from Macquarie University. The aim of the seminar is to present to the College students the study that Dr. Medhat has prepared to test the impact of personality traits of skepticism, self-construal and self-esteem on auditors' ethical judgments and ethical intentions. The findings show that highly skeptical auditors are more likely to make ethical judgments and ethical intentions in the situation of auditor-client conflict.

 






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