Banishing Bias? Audit, Objectivity and the Value of Professional Skepticism

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This report explores the importance of cognitive biases, for example, hindsight and groupthink, to the audit process.

It explains how cognitive biases are central to improving the exercise of professional skepticism and to understanding the fundamental ethical principle of objectivity.



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