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Audit Fee Determinants and Audit Quality in Ethiopian Commercial Banks
Ethiopian Journal of Business and Economics (The)
The audit profession has been highly scrutinized among researchers and regulators following the fall of giant companies in the west. One of the issues that gained momentum has been to analyze the audit fee structure and the various auditor-client relationships. This study investigates the determinants of audit fees and the ex-ante audit quality based on variables unique to the banking firms and considered important by regulators in Ethiopian commercial banks. The study also examined whetherdoi:10.4314/ejbe.v5i2.1 fatcat:thhwp3ztxnbvxfbiygt47kw53e