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Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination


ISBN13: 9780470437742|542Pages|Hardcover|©2011|NT$1350


Mary-Jo Kranacher - York College, City University of New York
Richard A. Riley - University of West Virginia
Joseph T. Wells - Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
• The foundation of the text is based upon National Institute of Justice’s (NIJ) Model Curriculum for Education in Fraud and Forensic Accounting.
• From "The Fraudsters Perspective” boxes infuse the textbook with real-world examples by adding the perspective of people who have actually committed these crimes.
Includes comprehensive coverage of fraud detection and deterrence and includes the broader educational material necessary for the forensic accounting field.
• Case summaries bring concepts to life with specific current examples.
• The text is available with IDEA software. IDEA is a powerful and user friendly tool designed to help accounting and financial professionals extend their auditing and analytical capabilities, detect fraud and meet documentation standards.

Table of Contents
Ch 1 Core Foundation Related To Fraud Examination And Financial Forensics
Ch 2 Careers In Fraud Examination And Financial Forensics
Ch 3 Who Commits Fraud And Why
Ch 4 Complex Frauds And Financial Crimes
Ch 5 Cybercrime: Computer And Internet Fraud
Ch 6 Legal, Regulatory, And Professional Environment
Ch 7 Fraud Detection
Ch 8 Detection And Investigations
Ch 9 Effective Interviewing And Interrogation
Ch 10 Using Information Technology For Fraud Examination And Financial Forensics
Ch 11 Cash Receipt Schemes And Other Asset Misappropriations
Ch 12 Cash Disbursement Schemes
Ch 13 Corruption And The Human Factor
Ch 14 Financial Statement Fraud
Ch 15 Consulting, Litigation Support, And Expert Witnesses
Ch 16 Remediation And Litigation Advisory Services