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This new edition will expand the discussion on what exactly forensic accountants do. In addition, it will provide updated material on public accounting and fraud, CAATs and fraud (digital forensics), and computer-related fraud. New material is included on non-financial aspects of fraud investigation; body language, eye language, discourse analysis, and interviewing techniques. The tentative contents is: (1) Background of Fraud Auditing (2) Fraud Principles; (3) Fraud Schemes; (4) Red Flags of Fraud; (5) Fraud Risk Assessment; (6) Fraud Prevention; (7) Fraud Detection; (8) Fraud Response; (9) Computer-Related Fraud (10) Fraud and the AIS; (11) Gathering Evidence; (12) Physiological Aspects of Fraudster; (13) Digital Forensics; (14) Forensic Accounting and the Expert Witness; (15) General Criteria and Standards for Evaluating an Experts Qualifications; and (16) The CPA/CA and Fraud.