SPOTLIGHT ON ACCOUNTABILITY AND AUDITING Fraud: Autumn 1999 A comprehensive inter-linked research database search was conducted using the key words "fraud", "fraud prevention" "fraud detection", white collar crime" and "employee and management fraud" and related abstractions covering the period 1975 to 1998 (focusing on the last four years). The results of the search were consequently analysed, sorted and assessed for applicability. Albrecht, W Steve. How CPAs Can Help Clients Prevent Employee Fraud. Journal of Accountancy. Vol. 166 No 6, Dec 1988: 110-114. Albrecht, W Steve. Fraud in Governmental Entities: The Perpetrators and the Types of Fraud. Government Finance Review. Vol 7 No 6, Dec 1991: 27-30. Albrecht, W Steve. Wernz, Gerald W. The three factors of fraud. Security Management. Vol 37 No 7, Jul 1993: 95-96. Albrecht, W Steve. McDermott, Edwin A. Williams, Timothy L. Reducing the cost of fraud. The Internal Auditor. Vol 51 No 1, Feb 1994: 28-34. Albrecht, W Steve. 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Vol 28 No 2, Apr 1996: 32-33. Keefer, Ronald D. ''Luck'' in Fraud Prevention. Bureaucrat. Vol 10 No 3: Fall 1981: 46-49. Levine, Shira. New solutions to wireless fraud. America's Network. Vol 102 No 22, 15 Nov 1998: 28- 29. Luizzo, Anthony J. Luizzo, Frank A. Van Nostrand, George. Luizzo, Philip F. The fraud prevention jackpot. Security Management.Vol 40 No 8, Aug 1996: 70-75. Matsumura, Ella M. Tucker, Robert R. Fraud Detection: A Theoretical Foundation. Accounting Review. Vol 67 No 4, Oct 1992: 753-782. Mercer, Lindsay C J. Fraud Detection via Regression Analysis. Computers & Security. Vol 9 No 4, Jun 1990: 331-338. Messina, Frank M. Commonsense approaches to fraud & awareness prevention detection. Nonprofit World. Vol 15 No 4, Jul/Aug 1997: 36-38. Mitchell, Scott H. Management fraud trends. Secured Lender. Vol 53 No 6, Nov/Dec 1997: 104-108. Munter, Paul. Ratcliffe, Thomas A. Auditor's responsibilities for detection of fraud. National Public Accountant. 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Vol 60 No 1, Jan 1990: 28-35. Slafky, Aaryn. The fight against wireless fraud. Rural Telecommunications. Vol 17 No 1, Jan/Feb 1998: 34-39. Stamn, Sandy. How to prevent fraud. Credit Union Executive. Vol 37 No 1, Jan/Feb 1997: 23. Staple, George. Saunders, Martin. United Kingdom: Fraud prevention initiatives. Financial Regulation Report. Vol 16. May 1998. Stavros, James A. The forgotten factor in preventing employee fraud: Employee screening. Pennsylvania CPA Journal. Vol 69 No 1, Spring 1998: 30-33. Thompson, Courtenay M, Jr. Fighting Fraud. The Internal Auditor. Vol 49 No 4, Aug 1992: 18-23. Thompson, Courtenay. Wanting to find fraud. The Internal Auditor. Vol 55 No 1, Feb 1998: 63. Thornhill, William T. The importance of internal control in fraud prevention. Internal Auditing. Vol 12 No 2, Fall 1996: 50-54. Turpen, Richard A. Messina, Frank M. Fraud prevention and the management accountant. Management Accounting. Vol 78 No 8, Feb 1997: 34-37. Waggoner, Jeri. Evaluating Control Procedure Effectiveness. Internal Auditing. Vol 6 No 3, Winter 1991: 38-43. Weisenborn, Dana. Norris, Daniel M. Red flags of management fraud. National Public Accountant. Vol 42 No 2, Mar/Apr 1997: 29-33+. Welch, Sandra T. Holmes, Sarah A. Strawser, Jeffrey W. Fraud in the federal government - Part II: Characteristics of the schemes - the detection and resolution of the cases. Government Accountants Journal. Vol 46 No 2, Summer 1997: 38-45. Wells, Joseph T. Red Flags: The Key to Reducing White-Collar Theft. Corporate Accounting. Vol 5 No 2, Spring 1987: 51-53. Westerback, Steven B. Fraudulent financial reporting. Pennsylvania CPA Journal. Vol 68 No 3, Fall 1997: 21-25. Williams, Jeff. Davidow, Barry. Canceling out corruption. The Internal Auditor. Vol 50 No 3, Jun 1993: 33-37.
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