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Encyclopedia of Fraud

"A wealth of anti-fraud information exists today, but until now the material was scattered in thousands of sources and locales. Written for practitioners, academics and anyone with an interest in fraud, the Encyclopedia of Fraud, 2005 Edition provides the user with easy access to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ vast body of fraud knowledge.

Organized by both topic and type of fraud scheme, users will find:
* The latest studies, surveys, publications and expert commentary in the anti-fraud field
* Biographical entries about notable fraudsters and fraud cases
* An appendix including a reference guide on where and how to find information about fraud prevention and detection

2005 Highlights include:
* New legislation including Check 21
* New sentencing guidelines for organizations
* New protections for whistleblowing
* New statues including aggravated identity theft
* Sarbanes-Oxley and SAS 99
* Case studies on Adelphia, Enron, Tyco, Parmalat, WorldCom and Global Crossing"*

REF HV 6691 .W45 2005

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