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The auditor and the smaller company. / Page, Mike.

Current issues in auditing. ed. / M. Sherer; S. Turley. London : Paul Chapman, 1997. p. 275-288.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)peer-review

Harvard

Page, M 1997, The auditor and the smaller company. in M Sherer & S Turley (eds), Current issues in auditing. Paul Chapman, London, pp. 275-288.

APA

Page, M. (1997). The auditor and the smaller company. In M. Sherer, & S. Turley (Eds.), Current issues in auditing (pp. 275-288). Paul Chapman.

Vancouver

Page M. The auditor and the smaller company. In Sherer M, Turley S, editors, Current issues in auditing. London: Paul Chapman. 1997. p. 275-288

Author

Page, Mike. / The auditor and the smaller company. Current issues in auditing. editor / M. Sherer ; S. Turley. London : Paul Chapman, 1997. pp. 275-288

Bibtex

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