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Fraud Exprosed Whot you Dont Could Cost your company millions - Joseph W.

Joseph W. Fraud Exprosed Whot you Dont Could Cost your company millions - Wiley Publishing, 2003. - 289 p.
ISBN: 0-471-27475-5
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29. William C. Boni, “Keeping the Digital Jewels in the Vault,” Security Management magazine (May 2002), 96.
30. Craig Fink and Richard Miller, “Pulling the Plug on Employee Fraud,” The White Paper (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners), 14, no. 2 (March/April 2000), 51-53.
31. Ashton B. Carter, “The Architecture of Government in the Face of Terrorism,” International Security 26, no. 3, 19, presented in “Undermining Terrorism: New Concepts and Policies for an Interdependent World,” conference proceedings, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, May 3-4, 2002.
ENDNOTES
Chapter 9
1. Cyrus C. Perry, “A Code of Ethics for Public School Teachers,” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, no. 297, (1955), 76-82.
2. Raymond Baumhart, Ethics in Business, (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1968), 153-157.
3. Karen J. Stensgaard, “Have You Audited Your Compliance Department Lately?” Internal Auditor (April 2002), 47.
4. Id., 49.
5. Balkaran, “Curbing Corruption,” 42.
6. Jerry G. Kreuze, Zahida Luqmani, and Mushtaq Luqmani, “Shades of Gray,” Internal Auditor (April 2001), 50.
7. Stephen J. Burns, “Combating Corruption,” Internal Auditor (June 1997), 56,
8. The Ethics Officers Association, www.eoa.org. Accessed March 4, 2002.
9. C. Lee Essrig, “An International Management System Standard for Business Conduct,” ethikos (November/December 2001). Obtained from: The Ethics Officers Association, www.eoa.org. Accessed March 4, 2002.
10. Paul E. Fiorelli and Cynthia J. Rooney, “COSO and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines,” Internal Auditor (April 1997), 57-58.
11. Id., 60.
12. Carpenter and Mahoney, “Analyzing Organizational Fraud,” 35.
13. See note 6,. 50.
14. Anthony Green, “Risk Retention and the Legal Department: Volunteering without Raising Your Hand,” Chief Legal Officer (Spring 2002), 33.
15. Id., 34.
16. Itamar Sittenfeld, “Federal Sentencing Guidelines,” Internal Auditor (April 1996), 60.
17. David McNamee, “Targeting Business Risk,” Internal Auditor (October 2000), 47.
18. David B. Crawford, “Levels of Control,” Internal Auditor (October 2000), 43.
19. Id., 43-44.
20. See note 6, 53.
21. See note 7, 58.
22. Samantha Linsley, “Implementing a Financial Compliance Response,” presentation at the Managing for Fraud Prevention Conference, Royal Institute for International Affairs, Dorchester Hotel, London, March 7, 1995.
Chapter 10
1. Stephen Doherty, “How Can Workplace Violence Be Deterred?” Security Management (April 2002), 132-143.
2. Id., 132-143.
3. Howard W. Hallman, Grass Roots Government, (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1974), 15-16.
4. Id., 20--21.
5. Milton Kotler Neighborhood Government: The Local Foundations of Political Life, (New York: Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1969), 8-11.
ENDNOTES
6. Barry S. Leithhead (ed.), “Managing ‘People’ Risks,” Internal Auditor (December 1998), 66-67.
7. Mark M. Cicz, Book review of Are Your Employees Stealing You Blind?, by Edwin C. Bliss with Isamu S. Aoki (San Diego, CA: Pfeiffer & Company, 1997), Internal Auditor (April 1997), 22-23.
8. Balkaran, “Curbing Corruption,” 45.
9. Balkaran, “Management Fails,” 11.
10. Miller, “Wanted: Ethical Environments,” 13.
11. Michael Stamler, “Screening For Fraud,” Internal Auditor (October 1997), 67-68.
12. Miles Z. Epstein, “Employee Background Checks Pay,” Commerce magazine (Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey), (February 2002), 28-29.
13. Ann Davis, “Suits Challenge Methods, Data Used to Check Workers’ Pasts,” The Wall Street Journal (April 19, 2002), A-13.
14. Ann Davis, “Northwest to Halt Use of FBI Data in Some Instances,” The Wall Street Journal (May 1, 2002), D-3.
15. “Who Are Those Guys?” Law Enforcement News (February 14, 2002), 1. Reprinted with permission of Law Enforcement News (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York: 2002).
16. Condon McGlothlen, “Hiring and Legal Risks,” The National Law Journal (April 29, 2002), A-28.
17. Bratton, Turnaround, 156.
18. Glazer, “Does Better Policing Reduce Crime?” in Reichel, 94-95.
19. ACFE, 2002 Report to the Nation, 22.
20. Id., 25.
21. Carol Hymowitz, “Just How Much Should a Boss Reveal to Others about a Staffer’s Firing?,” The Wall Street Journal (March 19, 2002), B-1.
22. See note 17, 149-150.
23. Robert D. Putnam, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000), 118-124, 287-290. For Putnam’s original article, see: ’’Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital,” Journal of Democracy 6, no. 1, (January 1995).
24. Id., 21-25.
25. Id., 438-439.
26. Id., 296-330.
27. Id., 283.
28. Id., 148-149. For an example of Wuthnow’s work in this area, see: Robert Wuthnow, Sharing the Journey: Support Groups and America's New Quest for Community (New York: The Free Press, 1994).
29. Id., 404-414.
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