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The Role of Auditors' Professional and Organizational Identity in the Commercialization of Auditing Firms
|International Journal of Finance & Managerial Accounting|
|دوره 8، شماره 31، آذر 2023، صفحه 41-52 اصل مقاله (397.35 K)|
|نوع مقاله: Original Article|
|شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.30495/ijfma.2023.21716|
|Mehdi Akbari1؛ Razieh Alikhani 2؛ mehdi Maranjory 2؛ Yosef Taghipouryan2|
|1Ph.D. Stu. Accounting, chalous Branch,Islamic Azad University, chalous, Iran|
|2Department of Accounting, chalous Branch,Islamic Azad University, chalous, Iran|
The aim of this study was to investigate the professional and organizational identity of auditors and commercialization in auditing firms. In order to achieve the research goal, about 384 questionnaires were distributed and collected among the auditors of auditing firms in Iran as a statistical sample. The data collected by the questionnaires were analyzed by SPSS24 and Smart PLS3 software using structural equation modeling. The results of the analysis of research hypotheses is using structural equation modeling at 99% confidence level indicated that the professional identity and organizational identity of auditors have a positive and significant the effect on the market orientation of auditing firms. The professional identity and organizational identity of auditors have a positive and significant effect on the customer orientation of auditing firms. The professional identity and organizational identity of auditors have a positive and significant effect on the direction of the processes of auditing firms.
|Commercialization؛ Auditors 'Professional Identity؛ Auditors' Organizational Identity|
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