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352914
SUBJECT AREA Accounting
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
CREATED ON 2nd January 2018
COMPLETED ON 8th January 2018
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Do diverse with (out) P S team impact on the outcome of F R A than homogenous team?

Do diverse with (out) professional skepticism team impact significantly on the outcome of Fraud Risk Assessment than homogenous team? Paper structure. Paper and half 1- Introduction Introduction: )4 paragraphs answering the next questions( 1.1 First paragraph: what I want to study? 1.2 Second paragraph: Why I want to study? Why is interesting? 1.3 Third paragraph: How I want to study? (This study will be done by experiment method) 1.4 Fourth paragraph: What I aspect about the study? Three pages and half. No need to write conclusion. 2- Theoretical background and hypotheses developments , The hypotheses development have to be based on this history and on the previous literature, have to be mentioned the studies regarding the topic and linking the points from the beginning to the end to be in line with the hypotheses bellows. (Have to be shown from the text and are included as part of the text, not by their self) Note, you need to consider the following subjects during the hypotheses development because those subjects will be shown in the hypotheses - The culture wither diversity or homogenous ( you need to take care about that - Risk assessment - Professional skepticism - Note. all those topics are in the articles attached. ( must used ) Hypotheses (which the hypotheses development based on ) 1- Divers group evaluate higher risk assessment better than Homogenous Group. Divers group evaluate. 2- Divers group with high trait professional skepticism will produce higher fraud risk assessment than Homogenous team with high trait professional skepticism ( in high risk ) 3- Divers group with low trait professional skepticism will produce higher fraud risk assessment than Homogenous team with high trait professional skepticism.
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