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USING ELECTRONIC AUDIT WORKPAPER SYSTEMS IN AUDIT PRACTICE: TASK ANALYSIS, LEARNING, AND RESISTANCE Jean C. Bedard, Michael L. Ettredge and Karla M. Johnstone ABSTRACT Audit firms have adopted electronic workpaper systems in hope of improving efficiency and effectiveness, but prior research shows that expected gains are difficult to achieve. Using survey data from an international audit firm, this paper identifies individual task components involved in workpaper preparation and review, assesses the relative difficulty of performing each task, and examines the ‘‘learning curve’’ by relating difficulty to performance frequency.

Restructuring: Constructive processing of information displays in consumer choice. Journal of Consumer Research, 21(1), 83–99. Daigle, R. , & Lampe, J. C. (2004). The impact of the risk of consequence on the relative demand for continuous online assurance. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 5(3), 313–340. , Nowlis, S. , & Sherman, S. J. (2000). Trying hard or hardly trying: An analysis of context effects in choice. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 9(4), 189–200. Ganzach, Y.

Studies in contexts other than auditing show that users bypass newly implemented work systems by reverting to the former system for certain tasks (Chau, 1996), by duplicating tasks in both old and new systems (Sellen & Harper, 2002), and/or by not using the new system correctly (Markus, 1983; Hartwick & Barki, 1994). , 2002). The system that is the subject of this study uses hypertext to link specific workpaper items across the file. Thus, the specific literature on hypertext is Using Electronic Audit Workpaper Systems in Audit Practice 33 also relevant to the research questions.

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