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Informal interactions between audit committees and internal audit functions: exploratory evidence and directions for future research

Bibliographic reference Mahbub, Zaman ; Sarens, Gerrit. Informal interactions between audit committees and internal audit functions: exploratory evidence and directions for future research. In: Managerial Auditing Journal, Vol. 28, no.6, p. 495-515 (2013)
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