THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S PROFESSION: ANKARA PROVINCIAL RESEARCH


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Authors

  • Burcu DOĞAN Adıyaman Üniversitesi Besni Meslek Yüksekokulu, Yönetim Organizasyon Bölümü
  • Erdem HĠLAL Adıyaman Üniversitesi Besni Meslek Yüksekokulu, Yönetim Organizasyon Bölümü

Keywords:

Independent auditor, Accounting, Women's employment, Ankara

Abstract

In our country, the accoutancy profession gained legal status on 13 June 1989 with the law numbered 3568. For more than 30 years, the requirements of the profession have been shaped by the law numbered 3568 for the activities of the accounting profession to keep up with the times. The audit profession and accountants were questioned after the accounting scandals that shook the whole World in the 2000. After the scandals in the profession, necessary steps were taken for the advent of the profession in our country as well as in the Word. The aim of this study is to examine the changes in the number of people who prefer in the light of these developments in the profession. İn light of the developments in the World, as a result of the increasing importance of the independent auditor’s profession, it is to determine the number of female auditors who perform the financial consultancy and subsequently continue their activities as auditors. Working in Ankara is the reason for choosing not constitute a significant proportion of the total number of financial advisory and auditing profession in Turkey. İn this study revealed how less female independent auditors perform this profession compared to male professionals. For this purpose, Ankara were examined by determining the number of women in proportion to the number of auditors and independent auditors in Turkey are given.

Published

2021-08-15

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DOĞAN, B., & HĠLAL, E. (2021). THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN THE INDEPENDENT AUDITOR’S PROFESSION: ANKARA PROVINCIAL RESEARCH. Atlas Journal, 7(44), 2243–2252. Retrieved from https://atlasjournal.net/index.php/atlas/article/view/471

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