Book Mentions

Mentioned in the Following Books (Alphabetical Order. Click on Links Below):

A.B.C’s of Behavioral Forensics, by Sridhar Ramamoorti, David E. Morrison III, Joseph W. Koletar, and Kelly Richmond Pope (Wiley 2013)

Called to Account: Fourteen Financial Frauds that Shaped the Accounting Profession, by Paul M. Clikeman (Routledge 2010)

Contemporary Auditing: Real Issues and Cases, by Michael C. Knapp (Thomson, South Western 2006)

Corporate Fraud Handbook: Prevention and Detection, by Joseph T. Wells (Wiley 2007)

Detecting Fraud in Organizations: Techniques, Tools, and Resources, by Joseph Petrucelli (Wiley 2013)

Encyclopedia of American Crime: Facts on File Crime Library, by Carl Sifakis (Facts on File 2000)

Encyclopedia of Deception, by Thomas R. Levine (Sage 2014)

Expert Fraud Investigation: A Step-by-Step Guide, by Tracy L. Coenen (Wiley 2009)

Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection, by Zabihollah Rezaee and Richard Riley (Wiley 2009)

Financial Wisdom: Personal Finance and Career Skills to Guide Teens and Young Adults on Their Journey to Success and Happiness, by Joetta Forsyth Ph.D

Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, by Mary-Jo Kranacher, Richard Riley, Joseph T. Wells (Wiley 2010)

Forensic Accounting for Dummies, by Frimette Kass-Shraibman, Vijay S. Sampath (Wiley 2011)

Forensic and Investigative Accounting, by PhD, CPA, CFF, CrFA Professor D. Larry Crumbley, PhD Lester E. Heitger and PhD, CPA G. Stevenson Smith (CCH 2013)

Frankensteins of Fraud, by Joseph T. Wells (Obsidian 2000)

History of Greed: Financial Fraud from Tulip Mania to Bernie Madoff, by David E. Y. Sarna and Andrew Malik (Wiley 2010)

Hope in the Face of Conflict, by Dr. Kenneth C. Newberger (Three Sons Publishing 2011)

Preventing Fraud and Mismanagement in Government: Systems and Structures, by Joseph Petrucelli, Jonathan R. Peters (Wiley 2016)

Selling America Short: The SEC and Market Contrarians in the Age of Absurdity, by Richard Sauer (Wiley 2010)

Small Business Accounting, by Lita Epstein with Susan Myers (Wiley 2009)

The Art of Short Selling, by Kathryn F. Staley (Wiley 1996)

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Frauds, Scams, and Cons by Duane Swierczynski (Alpha 2003)

The Con Men: A history of financial fraud and the lessons you can learn, by Leo Gough (Financial Times Series 2014)

The Jersey Sting, by Ted Sherman and Josh Margolin (St. Martin’s Press 2011)

The Oxford Handbook of White-Collar Crime (The Oxford University Press 2016)

The Price of Trust: How Companies and People are Destroyed by White Collar Crime, by Dr Brian Warrington (Mereo Books 2014)

The Successful Frauditor’s Casebook, by Peter Tickner (Wiley 2012)

What’s Behind the Numbers?, by John Del Vecchio and Tom Jacobs (McGraw- Hill 2013)

White-Collar Crime (Point/Counterpoint), by John E. Jr. Ferguson and Alan Marzilli (Chelsea House 2010)

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