This is a key textbook for specialist students of accounting and finance, either undergraduate or professional, taking a first course in auditing. In this fourth edition the authors continue to provide a refreshing, imaginative and thorough introduction to the audit process, with a rational and coherent foundation for the appreciation of auditing practice. This Revised ISA edition is entirely up to date with changes post-Enron, with new international auditing standards and IFRS replacing UK accounting standards for the first time. With the aid of numerous examples, case studies and questions, "The Audit Process: Principles, Practice and Cases" provides a realistic and thought-provoking insight into the individual components of the auditing process in the context of the entire audit. A major strength of the book is its questioning approach, designed to encourage the student to interact with the material.