(Sebuah Kajian Eksperimental Dalam Audit Saldo Akun Persediaan)
DRA. ZULAIKHA, MSI
JURUSAN AKUNTANSI FAKULTAS EKONOMI
This study examines the gender issues in Indonesian society whether there are differences between women and men in domsetic roles; with relation to gender issues whether males perform better than female in complexity audit tasks; and the effects of gender, task complexity, and experience on the accuracy of audit judgments. This study used experimental design method to collect data to test the hypothesis. There were 75 participants from alumni graduated major in accounting who are studying in the post graduate programs. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, t-test, and ancova. Participants were required to judge gender issues, and an inventory balance was fairly presented base on case material that contained a material misstatement in the inventory account balance. The results support the gender issues, and the effect of gender and experience interaction on the accuracy of audit judgment. In other hand, the effects of gender and task complexity interaction are not supported and there is no difference between male and females in performing audit judgment in complexity audit tasks.
Key words : gender, complexity task, experience, judgment.