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    Perceptions on the Causes of Individual and Fraudulent Co-Offending: Views of Forensic Accountants.Jeanette Van Akkeren & Sherrena Buckby - 2017 - Journal of Business Ethics 146 (2):383-404.
    Individual and/or co-offenders fraudulent activities can have a devastating effect on a company’s reputation and credibility. Enron, Xerox, WorldCom, HIH Insurance and One.Tel are examples where stakeholders incurred substantial financial losses as a result of fraud and led to a loss of confidence in corporate dealings by the public in general. There are numerous theoretical approaches that attempt to explain how and why fraudulent acts occur, drawing on the fields of sociology, organisational, management and economic literature, but there is limited (...)
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    Perceptions on the Causes of Individual and Fraudulent Co-Offending: Views of Forensic Accountants.Sherrena Buckby & Jeanette Akkeren - 2017 - Journal of Business Ethics 146 (2):383-404.
    Individual and/or co-offenders fraudulent activities can have a devastating effect on a company’s reputation and credibility. Enron, Xerox, WorldCom, HIH Insurance and One.Tel are examples where stakeholders incurred substantial financial losses as a result of fraud and led to a loss of confidence in corporate dealings by the public in general. There are numerous theoretical approaches that attempt to explain how and why fraudulent acts occur, drawing on the fields of sociology, organisational, management and economic literature, but there is limited (...)
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    Ethics Education in the Qualification of Professional Accountants: Insights from Australia and New Zealand.Andrew West & Sherrena Buckby - 2020 - Journal of Business Ethics 164 (1):61-80.
    This paper investigates how ethics is incorporated in the qualification process for prospective professional accountants across Australia and New Zealand. It does so by examining the structure of these qualification processes and by analysing the learning objectives and summarised content for ethics courses that prospective accountants take either at university or through the post-degree programs provided by CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. We do this to understand how the ‘sandwich’ approach to teaching ethics :77–92, 1993) is (...)
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