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Bonita K. Peterson Kramer

Professor of Accounting, College of Business, Montana State University, USA
Bonita K. Peterson KramerBonita K. Peterson Kramer

Bonita K. Peterson Kramer is a professor of accounting in the College of Business at Montana State University. She earned her PhD from Washington State University, and her auditing experience includes work with KPMG in Texas and in the Montana Office of the Legislative Auditor. She currently teaches a graduate advanced auditing course and undergraduate courses in intermediate accounting. Kramer has received several teaching awards, including the Montana Society of CPAs’ Outstanding Educator Award and the Montana State University Cox Family Faculty Excellence Award. She has published articles in numerous accounting academic and practitioner journals, twice receiving the Lybrand bronze medal from the Institute of Management Accountants. She has also coauthored a true-life computerized fraud examination/auditing case simulation and a book, Financial Statements Demystified.

Articles by this Author

  • Advancing Your Business with an Effective Internal Audit Department
    by Bonita K. Peterson Kramer, Hugh D. Pforsich
    The internal audit department is a critical part of corporate governance. It helps top management and the audit committee meet their governance responsibilities in many ways, including by providing:systematic analyses of business processes and related controls;an unbiased evaluation of existing risk within the company;evaluations of the accomplishment of company goals;reviews of financial and operational performance;recommendations for internal...

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