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    • Assurance of corporate stand-alone reporting : evidence from the UK 

      Al-Hamadeen, Radhi Mousa (University of St Andrews, 2007-11-09) - Thesis
      Since the early 1990’s the number of corporate stand-alone reports produced by various organisations worldwide has increased considerably (Kolk, 2004; Owen, 2006). It is argued that introducing an assurance statement with ...
    • An epistemological corrective to doctrines of assurance 

      Rutledge, Jonathan Curtis (2017-05-03) - Journal article
      Many Christian traditions affirm a doctrine of assurance. According to this doctrine, those who are saved have assurance of their own salvation; that is, the doctrine of assurance tells us that the elect can know their ...
    • Making sense of the world : framing models for trustworthy sensor-driven systems 

      Calder, Muffy; Dobson, Simon; Fisher, Micahel; McCann, Julie (2018-11-15) - Journal article
      Sensor-driven systems provide data and information that facilitate real-time decision-making and autonomous actuation, as well as enable informed policy choices. However, can we be sure that these systems work as expected? ...
    • The past, the present and the future of accounting for human rights 

      McPhail, Ken; Ferguson, John (2016) - Journal item
      Purpose – This paper discusses a number of important recent developments in the area of business and human rights and considers the impact of these developments for accounting, assurance and reporting. Following the UN ...