Audit Fees and Auditor Size: Further Evidence

  • Palmrose Z
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Abstract

This article focuses on a study which analyzes the association between audit firm size and audit fees. The author notes that the structure of the market for public accounting services has received scrutiny form regulators, practitioners and researchers and that a major focus of this attention has fallen on a group of firms called the Big Eight. This group has received this attention due to them holding large shares of various markets. This research is concerned with examining the idea that the size of the auditing firm plays a significant role in the audit fees charged by these firms.

Author-supplied keywords

  • ACCOUNTING
  • ACCOUNTING firms
  • ADMINISTRATIVE fees
  • AUDITING
  • AUDITORS
  • BUSINESS enterprises
  • BUSINESS enterprises -- Size
  • CORPORATIONS -- Finance
  • PRICING
  • REGRESSION analysis
  • RESEARCH
  • UNITED States
  • USER charges

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  • Zoe-Vonna Palmrose

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