Reliable estimates show that losses from fraud in most organizations run between two & five percent of gross turnover & that approximately fifty percent of the workforce is regularly engaged in fraudulent activity against the employer. Fraud is the fastest growing aspect of modern business & the trend will continue as computers become more pervasive. This book tells the reader what the risks of fraud in their company are, who commits fraud & why, how losses can be identified & recovered & how controls can ensure profits for the future. The second edition includes new coverage of prediction, investigations, bribery & corruption & contract auditing, as well as the management, strategy & mechanics of control.
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Essential theories and classifications
Records and essentials of computer
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