Auditor with the Javanese Characters and Non Javanese in Audit Firm: Conflict of Interest

Damayanti, Krisna and ARDINI, LILIS (2023) Auditor with the Javanese Characters and Non Javanese in Audit Firm: Conflict of Interest. International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering, 9 (1). pp. 287-292. ISSN 0000000091950263

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Many issues about the relationship between auditors in auditing practices with its stakeholders often heard. It appears in perspectives of bringing out the variety of phenomena affecting from the audit practice of greed and not appreciating from the independency of the audit profession and professional code of ethics. It becomes a logical consequence in practicing of capitalism in accounting. The main purpose of this article would like to uncover the existing auditing practices in Indonesia, especially in Java that associated with a strong influence of Javanese culture with reluctant /”shy", politely, "legowo (gratefully accepted)", "ngemong" (friendly), "not mentholo" (lenient), "tepo seliro" (tolerance), "ngajeni" (respectful), "acquiescent" and also reveals its relationships with Non Javanese culture in facing the conflict of interest in practical of auditing world. The method used by interpretive approach that emphasizes the role of language, interpret and understand and see social reality as something other than a label, name or concept. Global practices in auditing of each country have particular cultures that affect the standard set by those regulatory standards results the adaptation of IAS. The majority of parties in Indonesia is dominated by Javanese racial regulators, so Java culture is embedded in every audit practices and those conditions in Java leads auditors in having similar behaviour, sometimes interfere with standard Java code of conduct must be executed by an auditor. Auditors who live in Java have the characters of Javanese culture that is hard to avoid in the audit practice. However, practically, the auditors still are relevant in their profession. Keywords—Auditors, java, character, profession, code of ethics, client.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Auditors, java, character, profession, code of ethics, client.
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: Hangga Danutomo
Date Deposited: 05 Apr 2023 07:05
Last Modified: 05 Apr 2023 07:05

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