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ACCT 6650 Forensic and Advanced Auditing Topics: Welcome & Course Readings

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Please find your required library readings below. If you have problems with the links below, please contact the Library. If you have APA questions about these materials, please contact the Writing Center.

ACCT Required Course Readings

The links are for required readings found in the Walden databases ONLY. For all other readings, see your course resources.

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American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. (2008). New guidelines on detecting, preventing fraud released. CPA Letter, 88(8), 2.

Anonymous. (2009). Occupational corner-cutting: The Senate slams the door on public accountability. Washington Times, B2.

Anonymous. (2011). Forensic Accounting: Electric drill. The Lawyer, p. 23.

Barra, R. A. (2010). The impact of internal controls and penalties on fraud. Journal of Information Systems, 24(1), 1‒20.

Bressler, L. (2011). Forensic investigation: The importance of accounting information systems. International Journal of Business, Accounting, & Finance, 5(1), 67‒77.

Buetow, B. & Marks, J. T. (2010). The other whistleblower. Internal Auditor, 67(2), 25‒27.

Campbell, D. S. (2002). Focus on cyber‒fraud. The Internal Auditor, 59(1), 2833.

Collins, S. P. (2010). Litigation support. Pennsylvania CPA Journal, 80(4), 14.

Core, J. E. (2010). Discussion of chief executive office equity incentives and accounting irregularities. Journal of Accounting Research, 48(2), 273‒287. Not available in the library.

Dorminey, J. W., Fleming, A. S., Kranacher, M. & Riley, R. A. Jr. (2010). Beyond the fraud triangle. The CPA Journal, 80(7), 17‒24.

Dyck, A., Morse, A., & Zingales, L. (2010). Who blows the whistle on corporate fraud? Journal of Finance, 65(6), 2213‒2253.

Elayanm F. A., Li, Jingyu, & Meyer, T. (2008). Accounting irregularities, management compensation structure and information asymmetry. Accounting & Finance, 48(5), 741‒760.

Fletcher, N. (2007). Challenges for regulating financial fraud in cyberspace. Journal of Financial Crime, 14(20), 190.

Grippo, F. J. & Ibex, J. W. (2003). Introduction to forensic accounting. The National Public Accountant, 4.

Haack, S. (2005). Disentangling Daubert: An epistemological study in theory and practice. Journal of Forensic Accounting, p. 167.

Hassink, H., Meuwissen, R. & Bollen, L. (2010). Fraud detection, redress and reporting by auditors. Managerial Auditing Journal, 25(9), 861‒881.

Ionescu, L. (2010). The relationship between government effectiveness and corruption. Economics, Management, and Financial Markets, 5(4), 226‒231.

Jaspal, S. (2010). Fraud across borders. The Internal Auditor, 67(4), 76.

Newman, R. (2009). Computer forensics fraud investigations. Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting & Business, 1(1), 69‒81.

Occupational corner-cutting; The Senate slams the door on public accountability. (2009, October 18). Washington Times, B2.

Pollock, J. M. & Sumner, D. W. (2009). The new fraud detectives. The Internal Auditor, 66(5), 44.

Regan, G & Rivera, K. (2009). Selecting the right investigative resource. Journal of Accountancy, 208(6), 40‒44.

Salierno, D. (2004). Sarbanes‒Oxley antifraud guidance. The Internal Auditor, 61(1), 22‒23.

Schwarts, R. (2010). Fraud investigation. Risk Management, 57(3), 37.

Verschoor, C. C. (2010). We need more whistleblowers. Strategic Finance, 91(11), 15‒17.

Wolfe, D. (2008). Wachovia on insider fraud: Prevention and prosecution. American Banker, 173(8), 9.

Other Readings

Optional or supplemental readings may or may not be available in the library. Find further information about optional readings here.

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