Skip to main content

Introduction to Internal Fraud, Canadian Edition

Introduction to Internal Fraud, Canadian Edition

Rosemary Henriksen

ISBN: 978-1-119-28246-4

Mar 2016

240 pages

Select type: E-Book



TRY (FREE for 14 days), OR RENT this title:

Introduction to Internal Fraud
, Canadian edition, looks to debunk the fundamental myths of fraud through examining current research. It explores the how, what, where, and possibly why fraud continues to harm organizations and their people at alarmingly high rates2212even in Canada. The damage is real: from catastrophic effects like business failure at the hands of those who deceive and steal, to the inevitable downstream effects of lost jobs, reputations, family and friends, or even lives, as they are drawn into fraud's maelstrom.

This book is a tool for accounting and business educators to round out students' learning about the realities of risks faced by any organization, regardless of size, form, or function. Courses in fraud are only now becoming mainstream curricula. With limited fraud research and text resources, Canadian educators have, in the past, relied heavily on fraud literature of other countries, particularly the United States. This book features Canadian research, terminology, and examples.

Related Resources


Request an Evaluation Copy for this title

Contact your Rep for all inquiries