The Monthly Journal for Accountancy and Business Economics (MAB)
is freely accessible to everyone in 'open access' since March 2018. The MAB is the only (mostly) Dutch-language academic Open Access journal about new developments in accountancy, business economics and related knowledge areas.
Since 1924 the MAB has been providing articles on auditing, external reporting, management information services, management accounting, financing and organization and management, always written by experts and always practically relevant. The articles on the website can be consulted free of charge by everyone.
is an interactive and dynamic knowledge center for and by auditors and anyone with an interest in management control and control issues. The website offers interested parties of all (experience) levels in both business and government a platform to share knowledge and experiences and to develop practical knowledge.
As the research branch of The IIA, The Internal Audit Foundation provides groundbreaking research conducted by thought leaders in the profession. Through initiatives that explore current issues, emerging trends, and future needs, The Foundation has been a driving force behind the evolution of the profession.
The IIARF Bookstore offers hundreds of educational products that provide internal auditing practitioners with current information and guidance. All products are reviewed by internal auditors, for internal auditors – making The IIARF Bookstore a one-stop shop for internal auditing practitioners and those with an interest in internal auditing.
The library collection of IIA Netherlands is housed in the office of the IIA in Amsterdam. This physical library is accessible to all members of the IIA. The collection is comprised of around four hundred publications in the field of internal auditing and governance, mainly from the IIA Research Foundation over the past fifteen years. In addition, many books and scholarly nominatins are included in the library.
View the overview of publications from the library
By using the filters at the top of the Excel sheet you can easily search by title and author.
When you are registered as an IIA member, you have access to the entire library. Members who want to visit the library are requested to make an appointment in advance through the office. Tel .: 088-0037100. You can also send an information request by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.