2008-08-18 Paperback Good SEVENTH EDITION. Moderate shelf/edge wear. Un-creased spine, binding tight. Still in very good shape but has small stain along the bottom edge and few ...highlighted pages.Read moreShow Less
Ships same day or next business day via UPS (Priority Mail for AK/HI/APO/PO Boxes)! Used sticker and some writing and/or highlighting. Used books may not include working access ...code or dust jacket.Read moreShow Less
Knapp's market-leading auditing casebook stresses the "people" aspect of independent audits. The purpose of this casebook is to allow readers to learn from cases based on problem audits. Readers are also acquainted with the work environment of auditors.
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"Students' participation is noticeable when the case touches a conflict between personal and professional issue."
"My experience with the Knapp casebook has been incredibly positive. The cases are so well written that I have never had a complaint about the readability of the cases. I have often custom published a casebook with just the cases that I plan to use and that has always been a very easy process."
Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 1.20 (d)
Meet the Author
Michael Knapp has taught undergraduate and graduate auditing courses for more than twenty years. He has developed numerous online CPE courses and has testified in several major litigation cases involving accounting and auditing issues. His honors at the University of Oklahoma include the Merrick Foundation Teaching Award; Arthur Andersen Faculty Fellow, School of Accounting; Honorary Faculty Member, Golden Key National Honor Society; Distinguished Educator Award, School of Accounting; John E. Mertes, Jr., Presidential Professor; Delta Sigma Pi Professor of the Year, Price College of Business; and McLaughlin Chair in Business Ethics.