Entries tagged: fraud

One with the Lot

What a parking spot at a suburban McDonald’s can teach us about deterrence.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 27th February 2014

The use of the Fraud Triangle is a helpful way to understand why the fraud has occurred.[Read more]

The Curious Case of John C. Beale

How a highly paid climate-change expert managed to defraud the government of nearly $1m by pretending for a decade to be an undercover CIA agent.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 18th December 2013

A look back on the the events that shaped us in 2013.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 13th November 2013

An example of a poor basis to decide whether to investigate fraud is a good starter to assess the quality of your investigation decision framework.[Read more]

The Tahitian Prince Fraud

A play book of fraudulent intent, ineffective systems and processes and people willing not to see what was right before their eyes.[Read more]

Weekly Wrap – 31st October 2013

The lessons that corruption and fraud prevention efforts can take from successful road safety campaigns.[Read more]

Enron – A Theatrical Interpretation

Enron. Reimagined.[Read more]

I Paid A Bribe

How a crowdsourcing effort in India may just change the face of corruption prevention forever.[Read more]

The Lion That Was a Dog

Seeing things for what they really are – lessons from a central Chinese zoo![Read more]