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Fraud Examination - 03 edition

Fraud Examination (ISBN10: 0324162960; ISBN13: 9780324162967)
ISBN13: 978-0324162967
ISBN10: 0324162960

Summary: This text prepares readers to identify, detect, and prevent financial fraud. It outlines the nature of fraud and the different types of fraud, including the unique e-business frauds that are now possible in a technological world.

Benefits:
  • Strong Emphasis on Fraud Detection, Prevention and Investigation: Throughout the text there is a variety of information on preventing, detecting, a
    nd investigating fraud. The nature of fraud perpetrators and why they commit fraud, warning signals that fraud may occur, and effective ways to use technology to proactively search for fraud are some of the topics covered in this text.
  • Author's Expertise in the Field of Forensic Accounting: W. Steve Albrecht is a certified fraud examiner, a certified internal auditor, and a certified public accountant. In addition to his research interests in financial statement fraud, theft and fraud in corporations, and white-collar crime, Dr. Albrecht has served as an expert witness in numerous fraud cases. His expertise in the field of forensic accounting is illustrated throughout the text via real-world examples and fraud cases.
  • Emphasis on how to Prevent, Detect, and Investigate Fraud: The first two chapters describe the nature of fraud perpetuators and why they commit fraud. The next two chapters identify warning signals that fraud may be occurring.
  • Chapter 5 identifies effective ways to use technology to pro-actively search for frauds. Chapters 6 through 8 describe simple methods that managers may use to investigate fraud, as well as ways to be alerted for the need to involve professional investigators.
  • Chapter 9 provides managers with an overview of where a compnay has its greatest risk and exposure to fraud. CHapter 10 identifies the signals that help managers determine whether they are doing business with a company that me be on the verge of bankruptcy.
  • Chapters 11 through 13 describe ways to use financial statement information to identify organizations with whom it would be risky to do business. Chapter 14 identifies the legal and other remedies available to fraud victims.
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Summary: This text prepares readers to identify, detect, and prevent financial fraud. It outlines the nature of fraud and the different types of fraud, including the unique e-business frauds that are now possible in a technological world.

Benefits:
  • Strong Emphasis on Fraud Detection, Prevention and Investigation: Throughout the text there is a variety of information on preventing, detecting, and investigating fraud. The nature of fraud perpetrators and why they commit fraud, warning signals that fraud may occur, and effective ways to use technology to proactively search for fraud are some of the topics covered in this text.
  • Author's Expertise in the Field of Forensic Accounting: W. Steve Albrecht is a certified fraud examiner, a certified internal auditor, and a certified public accountant. In addition to his research interests in financial statement fraud, theft and fraud in corporations, and white-collar crime, Dr. Albrecht has served as an expert witness in numerous fraud cases. His expertise in the field of forensic accounting is illustrated throughout the text via real-world examples and fraud cases.
  • Emphasis on how to Prevent, Detect, and Investigate Fraud: The first two chapters describe the nature of fraud perpetuators and why they commit fraud. The next two chapters identify warning signals that fraud may be occurring.
  • Chapter 5 identifies effective ways to use technology to pro-actively search for frauds. Chapters 6 through 8 describe simple methods that managers may use to investigate fraud, as well as ways to be alerted for the need to involve professional investigators.
  • Chapter 9 provides managers with an overview of where a compnay has its greatest risk and exposure to fraud. CHapter 10 identifies the signals that help managers determine whether they are doing business with a company that me be on the verge of bankruptcy.
  • Chapters 11 through 13 describe ways to use financial statement information to identify organizations with whom it would be risky to do business. Chapter 14 identifies the legal and other remedies available to fraud victims.
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Edition/Copyright: 03
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Publisher: South-Western Publishing Co.
Year Published: 2003
International: No

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