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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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6. Henry, The COMPSTAT Paradigm, 281.
7. Ann Quigley, “Fast Companies,” Continental Airlines magazine (Winter 2002), 56.
8. Mayor Tony Williams was the guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the New York City Crime Commission, January 23, 2002, New York City. The author was in attendance.
9. Ridley, “Worth Repeating,” 41.
10. Norman Marks, “The New Age of Internal Auditing,” Internal Auditor (December 2001), 45.
11. Id.
12. Clare Ansberry, “In the New Workplace, Jobs Morph to Suit Rapid Pace of Change,” The Wall Street Journal (March 22, 2002), A-1.
13. Steve Lohr, “In New Era, Corporate Security Looks Beyond Guns and Badges,” The New York Times (May 27, 2002), C-1.
14. J.N., “Now Wire Me a $1 Million Refund,” Forbes (May 27, 2002), 52.
15. See note 13.
16. Monte Burke, “Corporate Confidential,” Forbes (May 27, 2002), 48.
Chapter 15
1. Ridley, “Worth Repeating,” 39.
2. Michael Barrier, “Relating to the Audit Committee,” Internal Auditor (April 2002), 29-30.
3. Christy Chapman, “Raising the Bar,” Internal Auditor (April 2001), 55.
4. Id.
5. Eakin, “Penetrating the Mind by Metaphor,” B-11.
6. Mike Tannenbaum, “Risk Management in the Limelight,” Risk Management (March 2002), 6.
7. Carol Hymowitz, “Business’s New Agenda,” Workplace Security, The Wall Street Journal Reports, The Wall Street Journal (March 11, 2002), R-6.
8. Id.
9. Barsky, “From Triple-X to Just Extraordinary,” A-20.
10. Blakeslee, “Hijacking the Brain Circuits,” F-5.
11. Marks, “The New Age of Internal Auditing,” 44.
12. Terry L. Cooper, The Responsible Administrator (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1990), xiv.
13. George Greanias and Duane Windsor, “Corporate Governance: the Legal Framework for Institutionalizing Ethical Responsibility,” W Michael Hoffman, Jennifer Wills Moore, and David A. Fedo (eds.) in Corporate Governance And Institutionalizing Ethics (Lexington, MA: D.C. Heath & Co., 1984), 96.
ENDNOTES
14. R. Kenneth Andrews, “Difficulties in Overseeing Ethical Policy,” in Hoffman, Moore, and Fedo, 27.
15. Amar Bhide and Howard H. Stevenson, “The Cost of a Clean Conscience,” Harvard Business Revue (Spring, 1991), 42.
16. John A. Rohr, Ethics for Bureaucrats: An Essay on Law and Values (New York: Marcel Decker,
1989), v.
17. Frank J. Navran, “Making Ethics Part of a Company’s ‘Mythology’,” Ethikos, no. 4 (January/February 1991), 12-13.
18. Lloyd G. Nigro and William D. Richardson, “Between Citizen and Administrator: Administrative Ethics and PAR,” Public Administration Review (November/December
1990), 627.
19. Terry L. Cooper, “Ethics, Values, and Systems,” Journal of Systems Management (September 1979), 10.
20. D.M. Randall and A.M. Gibson, “Methodology in Business Ethics Research: A Review and Critical Assessment,” Journal of Business Ethics, no. 9 (June 1990), 457-471.
21. Henry Mintzberg, “The Manager’s Job: Folklore and Fact,” Harvard Business Review (March/April 1990), 163-176.
22. Ethics Resource Center, (1990), I-1-I-2. Obtained from Ethics Officers Association Web site (www.eoa.org).
23. Thomas L. Peters and Nancy H. Austin, A Passion for Excellence: The Leadership Difference (New York: Random House, 1985), 6.
24. Kirk Hanson, “Institutionalizing Ethics in the Corporation,” in Hoffman, Moore, and Fedo, 188-189.
25. John E. Fleming, “Managing the Corporate Ethical Climate,” in Hoffman, Moore, and Fedo, 225-226.
26. Mark S. Frankel, “Professional Codes: Why, How and with What Impact?” Journal of Business Ethics, no.8 (February/March 1989), 111-112.
27. Brooks, “Corporate Ethical Performance,” 35.
28. “Assessment of Ethical Performance of Organization Members: A Conceptual Framework,” Academy of Management Review 16 (1991), 667-690.
Chapter 16
1. “CEOs Are Mixed on Terrorism Concerns,” Security Management (April 2002), 16.
2. Carpenter and Mahoney, “Analyzing Organizational Fraud,” 37.
3. Richard A. Oppel, Jr., “Official Says S.E.C. Is Strained, with Duties Exceeding Budget,” The New York Times (March 6, 2002), C-13.
4. Michael Schroeder, “Senate Panel Seeks Sweeping Change for Auditors,” The New York Times (March 7, 2002), C-1.
5. Rebecca Buckman, “Cyber-Sleuths: Dogged On-Line Investors Are SEC’s Top Source in Internet Probes,” The Wall Street Journal (August 4, 1998), C-1.
6. Glenn R. Simpson and Jathon Sapsford, “New Money-Laundering Rules to Cut Broad Swath in Finance,” The Wall Street Journal (April 24, 2002), A-1.
7. Elizabeth Bartels, “Who (Or What) Drives the Crime-Policy Bus?” book review of Crime and Politics: Big Government’s Erratic Campaign for Law and Order, by Ted Gest (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001), in Law Enforcement News 28, no. 573, 574 (March 15-31, 2002), 15.
ENDNOTES
8. Michael Scott and Rana Sampson, “Building a Body of Knowledge: The Problem-Oriented Guides for Police,” Subject To Debate, newsletter of The Police Executive Research Forum
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