Due professional care as a moderating variable to independence relationship to audit quality

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Abstract

This study aims to obtain empirical evidence of Moderating Due Professional Care on Auditor Independence. The population in this study are public accountants who work in the Public Accountant Office in the DKI Jakarta area. Sampling is done using purposive sampling. The primary data collection method used is the questionnaire method. Data were analyzed using Path Analysis with the structural equation model. The results showed that the direct effect of independence had a positive effect on Audit Quality, while Due Professional Care had no significant effect on Audit Quality. Research also shows that Due Professional Care has an effect on Independence.

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Meiryani. (2019). Due professional care as a moderating variable to independence relationship to audit quality. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 3463–3469. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.J9720.0881019

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