Category Archives: Audit

 

WE ARE BACK!!!

To our bringingfreudtofraud followers: We are back! Our blog site has been dormant during construction of (and eventual integration with) our new web site, behavioralforensicsgroup.com.  But we are now back and you will soon see fresh new postings on all matters regarding why people commit fraud. The Curator



TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? HOW CAN WE KNOW?

(By Jack Bigelow) 60 years ago, our nation was stunned by Sputnik. The Soviet Union caught the United States by surprise when it launched the first human-made satellite. Sputnik became the trigger-title for starting an intense period of national introspection, concluding that U.S. attention to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (now known in academic circles […]

      

PRINCIPLE AND PROFIT

(By Dr. Joseph W. Koletar) In matters of fraud we tend to think most often of the motives of the perpetrator. Thanks to the work of our colleague, Dr. Daven Morrison, we now also begin to explore the psychology of the victim(s.) But, one key player in the “script” of a fraud has been little […]