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Chapter 9--Implementing and Auditing Ethics Programs Chapter 9--Implementing and Auditing Ethics Programs Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Ethics auditing is similar to ____ auditing in that it employs the same procedures and processes to create a system of integrity that includes objective reporting. A. social B. regular C. financial D. citizenship E. legal 2. Which of the following statements about ethics audits is false ? A. They provide an opportunity to measure conformity to the firm's desired ethical standards. B. They are systematic evaluations of an organization's ethics program and performance to determine whether it is effective. C. They provide an objective method for demonstrating a company's commitment to improving strategic planning, including its compliance with legal and ethical standards and social responsibility. D. They can be a component of a social audit. E. They are the same thing as a social audit. 3. A ____ is the process of assessing and reporting a business' performance in fulfilling the economic, legal, and philanthropic responsibilities expected by its stakeholders. A. performance audit B. ethics audit C. management audit D. legal audit E. social audit 4. A tool that companies can employ to identify and measure their ethical commitment to stakeholders. stakeholders is called a(n)
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5. Which of the following is not a step in the ethics auditing process? 6. Which of the following is a statement that attests that the financial statements made in an audit are fairly stated, without limitations? 7. Under the ____, CEOs and CFOs may be criminally prosecuted if they knowingly certify misleading financial statements. A. Sherman Antitrust Act B. Ethical Compliance Act C. Robinson-Patman Act D. Sarbanes-Oxley Act E. Enron Ethics Reform Act 8. During which of the following steps of the ethics auditing process should stakeholders be defined and then interviewed, in order to integrate stakeholder feedback into the process?
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