HOW TO PREVENT FRAUD?
CES Working Papers, 2009, vol. 1(1), issue 1, 36-42
Fraud can range from minor employee theft and unproductive behavior tomisappropriation of assets and fraudulent financial reporting. The risk of fraud can be reduced through a combination of prevention and detection measures. Moreover, prevention and deterrence measures are much less costly than the time and expense required for fraud detection and investigation. The information presented in this document generally is applicable to entities of all sizes. However, the degree to which certain programs and controls are applied in smaller, less-complex entities and the formality of theirapplication are likely to differ from larger organizations.
Keywords: fraud proofing; fraud prevention; control; accounting analysis; job descriptions; supervision (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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