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skills to effectively conduct interviews will be much more successful in uncovering fraud than those who do not.

References

Albrecht, W. Steve, Gerald W. Wernz and Timothy L. Williams (1995). Fraud: Bringing Light to the Dark Side of Business, Irwin Professional Publishing, Burr Ridge, IL.

Fraud Examiners Manual (Third Edition--Revised 10/15/1999). The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Austin, TX.

KPMG (1998). 1998 Fraud Survey. KPMG, LLP. Montvale, NJ.

O’Malley, Shaun F. (Chair). The Panel On Audit Effectiveness: Report and Recommendations. August 31, 2000. Stamford, CT.

Thornhill, William T. (1995). Forensic Accounting: How to Investigate Financial Fraud, Irwin Professional Publishing, Burr Ridge, IL.

Wells, Joseph T. (1997). Occupational Fraud and Abuse. Obsidian Publishing Company, Inc. Austin, Texas: p. 35.

Wells, Joseph T. (2000). So That’s Why It’s Called a Pyramid Scheme. Journal of Accountancy, October: pp. 91-95.

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