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 AJIBM  Vol.9 No.3 , March 2019
A Review of the Impact of Traditional Culture on Auditing
Abstract:
This paper reviews the main literature on cultural research and auditing research at home and abroad, and provides a theoretical basis for the study of the impact of traditional culture on auditing. The following chapters of this paper are divided into the following sections: the first section introduces the research literature on auditing, the second section introduces the literature on cultural development level, the third section introduces the impact of culture on business and individual behavior, the fourth section introduces the literature on the impact of culture on accounting and auditing, Section 5 is the research literature on the impact of Chinese traditional culture on corporate behavior, and Section 6 is a summary and review of domestic and foreign literature.
Cite this paper: Wu, T. (2019) A Review of the Impact of Traditional Culture on Auditing. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 9, 780-788. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.93051.
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