Table of contents for Fraud examination / W. Steve Albrecht, Chad O. Albrecht, contributing editor.

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Section I: Introduction Chapter 1: The Nature of Fraud Chapter 2: Who Commits Fraud and Why Chapter 3: Fighting Fraud: An Overview Section II: Preventing Fraud Chapter 4: Avoiding the Fraud Problem Section III: Detecting Fraud Chapter 5: Recognizing Symptoms of Fraud Chapter 6: Proactive Approaches to Detection Section IV: Investigating Fraud Chapter 7: Theft and Concealment Investigation Methods Chapter 8: Conversion Investigative Methods Chapter 9: Inquiry Investigation Methods Section V: Management Fraud Chapter 10: Financial Statement Fraud: An Overview Chapter 11: Revenue and Inventory Frauds Chapter 12: Liability, Asset Overstatement, and Inadequate Disclosure Frauds Section VI: Other Types of Fraud Chapter 13: Fraud Against Organizations Chapter 14: Divorce and Bankruptcy Fraud Chapter 15: E-Business Frauds Section VII: Resolving Fraud Chapter 16: Legal Follow-Up

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fraud -- Prevention.
Forensic accounting.
Fraud investigation.