Location: Kuala Lumpur – Pullman Hotel
Date: From 04 Sep. Until 08 Sep. /2017/
The phenomenon of administrative and financial corruption is one of the serious phenomena faced by countries, especially developing countries, which are beginning to deteriorate into the body of their societies, which started with security and the subsequent paralysis in the process of construction and economic development that involves the destruction of the economy and financial and administrative capacity. And the building of the infrastructure necessary for its growth. This problem has attracted the interest of many researchers and interested parties and agreed on the need to establish and establish an institutional field of work aimed at curbing the problem and treating it through serious and specific steps and combating corruption in all its forms. And in all areas of life to accelerate the process of economic development.
The establishment of a mechanism to combat any phenomenon requires knowledge of the roots and factors of this phenomenon and the effects it leaves on the systems of life and through the previous review we found that the phenomenon of corruption is a crime related to the values of life and systems and all their effects are complex, so we find that the fight and reduce them require integrated efforts and cooperation, whether individuals or institutions As well as moral education and a sense of responsibility. Therefore, this training course aims to demonstrate the modern methods of monitoring and internal auditing. The administrative and financial corruption through addressing these methods as accounting and auditing are open systems that affect and are influenced by environmental variables (internal and external) so it must respond to this phenomenon through a set of techniques and methods of modern, which will be addressed in a range of The following axes:
The first: administrative and financial corruption – theoretical background
The second: methods and techniques in accounting and auditing
Third: The extent of the response by accounting and auditing to combat administrative and financial corruption
Forth: International Experiences.