Case Studies in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing (2nd Edition)

Author(s): D. Larry Crumbley, Wilson LaGraize, Christopher Peters

Published: Apr 26, 2016
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ISBN: 9780808041931
Product Number: 10030209-0002
Volumes: 1
Update Frequency: As Needed
300 Pages

Case Studies in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Auditing (2nd Edition) is a collection of Problem-Based Learning cases designed to reinforce principles taught in forensic accounting/auditing courses throughout the United States.

Each case:

  • lays out the basic principles and parameters of analysis to be applied in uncovering and proving fraudulent activity in domestic and/or international operations;
  • provides a fact pattern and supporting documentation that allows students to not only uncover illegal activity, but also to prove such fraud in a court of law under American rules of evidence and courtroom procedure;
  • is designed for students to perform forensic investigation, alone or in teams, with the instructor serving as a facilitator; and
  • includes secondary documents that either corroborate the superficial accounting information initially provided or reveal anomalies and discrepancies pointing to who, what, when, where, how, and why.


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