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Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examinationby Mary-Jo Kranacher (York College, City University of New York ); Richard Riley (West Virginia University ); Joseph T. Wells (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners )
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Table of Contents
|Glossary - Understanding Fraud and Forensic Accounting Terminology|
|Introduction to Fraud and Forensic Accounting|
|Core Foundation Related to Fraud and Forensic Accounting|
|Careers in Fraud and Forensic Accounting|
|Criminology, the Legal, Regulatory and Professional Environment and Ethics|
|Effective interviewing and interrogation techniques|
|Legal, Regulatory and Professional Environment|
|Cash Asset Misappropriation|
|Inventory and Other Asset Misappropriation|
|CorruptionChapter 10 - False Statements|
|Fraud and Forensic Accounting in a Digital Environment|
|Forensic and Litigation Advisory Services|
|What are Forensic and Litigation Advisory Services?|
|Research and Analysis|
|Damages and Valuations|
|Resources for Fraud and Forensic Accounting|
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