Case Studies and Practical Implications
314 Seiten, With 44 international fraud cases, 15,8 x 23,5 cm, fester Einband
Rechnung, Kreditkarte (VISA, MasterCard, American Express), SEPA-Lastschrift
10. November 2010
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Bringing light to the dark side of businessThe number of high-profile accounting scandals is increasing. Accounting fraud is a real threat to modern business. The damage may be devastating, both financially and reputationally. No company – big or small – is immune to risk. The need for fraud prevention is critical.
In this casebook, with forty-four prominent examples drawn exclusively from real-world fraud cases, Klaus Henselmann and Stefan Hofmann provide comprehensive and crucial knowledge about the topic of accounting fraud:
- Unparalleled insights on the scams used by corporate executives to perpetrate accounting fraud
- In-depth coverage of the scandalous events at major corporations that have caused so much panic and trauma throughout the world
- A thorough examination of the circumstances leading to these corporate governance fiascos and public relations disasters
- Useful practice aids for fraud-fighters, including a schedule of early warning signs, an “ethics barometer”, and an inquiry guide for fraud interviews
A must-read for anyone who cares about compliance and corporate integrity!