HBS Working Paper # 03-115 Rev. 12/04
Conflict of Interest 1
Conflicts of Interest and the Case of Auditor Independence:
Moral Seduction and Strategic Issue Cycling
Don A. Moore
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Practical No. 4 : Cost Estimation of the project Using COCOMO
[to be written manually]
1. Organic Mode:
o Relatively Small, Simple Software projects.
o Small teams with good application experience work to a set
of less than rigid requirements.
DRAFT RULES UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT, 2013
Draft National Financial Reporting Authority Rules, 2013
In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) to (d) of sub section (2) of section 132,
clause, sub section (3) of section 132, clause (a) of sub sectio
Collusion and Concentration: Can Firm-Auditor Collusion Possibilities Cause
Concentration in the Auditing Market? A Game Theoretic Analysis
I consider a game where external auditors may collude with the client firms they audit. Give
With the deepening of market economy and securities markets, the listed Company
Auditing Collusion which caused financial fraud has become one of the issues of common
concern. In recent years, a series of audit fraud at home and abroad, such as "Enron",
CSR activities of ITC
Given the essential eco-system services that biodiversity areas provide, especially to rural households,
ITC recognises that its preservation and nurture is crucial for the long-term sustainability of farming
Collusion in Auditing
What is Collusion?
Collusion is a non-competitive secret or sometimes illegal agreement between rivals that
attempts to disrupt the market's equilibrium. Collusion involves people or companies that would
typically compete, co
The History of Auditing
The evolution of auditing is a complicated history that has always been changing through
historical events. Auditing always changed to meet the needs of the business environment of that
day. Auditing has been around since
What does Audit mean?
An audit is an objective examination and evaluation of
the financial statements of an organization to make sure
that the records are a fair and accurate representation of
the transactions they claim to represent. I
Logistic Network Analysis
Logistical network analysis design helps in identifying facility locations (i.e. location of plants,
warehouses, distribution centres) which provide a better connectivity at lower cost. Proper
network analysis results in
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Volume 1, Number 5, 2002
Auditing the Auditors: Oversight or Overkill?
Jeffery W. Gunther and Robert R. Moore
A growing number of high-profile companies have had to restate their
1. Explain the functions of each layer in the OSI model.
2. Explain the functions of each layer in the TCP/IP protocol suite.
3. Comparison between OSI and TCP/IP Protocol Suite.
4. How many levels of addresses are used in TCP/IP protocol?