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It is hoped that his ohawaja effort to produce literature will continute. Indeed the author deserves congratulations for his splendid effort in writing the book.
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The book is auditong to diverse readerships so that financial discipline is enforced and bottom line is beefed up to achieve effective, efficient and economy oriental results of business and industry.
Suggestions on how to increase exports are included. Thus most of the cases illustrate a complex interplay of financial, technical, marketing and human relations forces.
There is a lucid explanation to all aspects governing audit. A case is a written description of an enterprise, an event or situation containing information about its history, content, problems etc. The CFOs can optimally utilize and protect funds of the companies by benefiting from the material included in the book.
Several suggestions have been given in the book, e. Business investigation can be undertaken by following the suggested steps. Khawaja Amjad Saeed, founder Director of the IBA, University of the Punjab, Lahore, who has written a number of books on management, economy of Pakistan, corporate financial reports, mercantile laws, auditing and other subjects relating to advabced and cost and management accounting.
The external auditors and their staff under training can be enriched from the auditing techniques included in the book. A code of ethics applicable to all Chartered Accountants including practising Chartered Accountants and employed Chartered Accountants has also been included.
The case study method not only develops decision making skills but also stimulates learning.
Contents include Introductory aspects of auditing, audit tasks to be completed before commencement of audit, audit approach, audit planning, controlling an audit, quality control methods and procedures, documentation, audit techniques, internation controls, the auditor of a limited company, audit completion stage, auditor’s reports, computer audit, special audit, divisible profit and auditors, professional ethics, liability of an auditor, Internal audit, management audit, cost audit, business investigation, auditing case laws, auditors wdvanced forms and code of corporate governance with auditing aspects.
His latest book namely, Advanced Auditing has just been released in the year The book is a positive response to growing needs of various audits namely internal audit, cost audit, computer audit, special audit and management audit.
Most of the cases are about Pakistani industries and other enterprises but some studies pertain to Bangladesh. The case study method was first used in in the teaching of law. The traditional method of teaching is the lecture method. Khawaja Amjad Saeed was the first Chartered Accountant in the history of Pakistan who adopted teaching profession as a full time career.
The book consists of thirty chapters supported with various tables, list of forms, table of statutes, list of cited cases. All told the list of beneficiaries can be very comprehensive. In fact, even the Organizations are likely to benefit from this.
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The book is self-contained as it gives complete history of the case study method and comprehensive guidelines about how to prepare cases for teaching and research purposes as well as how to analyze the case in both its macro and micro aspects. Thus even a Non-professional can at least get an idea of what it takes to appraise business. The book is intended to be a text book with business schools for their marketing courses.
At present Pakistan’s main exports are raw materials or low value-added products.
It is also supported with an index to facilitate aufiting referencing. Management audit can be operationalzed in the light of measures included in the book. It may or may not be taken from a real life situation.
An interesting study pertains to two pipe manufacturers, whose product quality and prices are the same, but one of them have already bribed their way to success and are fully backed by government officials who benefit from their largesse, when they tender for government organizations, their main customers. The first section introduces the details of the case study method, the second section the export scene of Pakistan and the third and the fourth give actual cases and teaching notes thereon.
In Pakistan there are several impediments in the use of case study method e. Foreword to this book has been contributed by President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan, Karachi. The book also contains profuse references to Aseed standards on Auditing adopted in Pakistan.