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By Sridhar Ramamoorti

Get useful insights at the psychology of white-collar criminals—and the right way to outsmart them

Understand how the psychologies of fraudsters and their sufferers engage in addition to what makes auditors/investigators/regulators allow down their defend. find out about the psychology of fraud sufferers, together with forums of administrators and senior administration, and what makes them are looking to think fraudsters, and accordingly making them quite susceptible to deception. simply because it specialists gave us laptop forensics, now we have a uniquely certified workforce immersed in psychology, sociology, psychiatry in addition to accounting and auditing, introducing the rising box of behavioral forensics to handle the phenomenon of fraud.

Ever ask yourself what makes a white-collar legal tick? Why does he or she do what they do? For the 1st time ever, see the brain of the fraudster laid bare,...

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Often, they have not been expressed by the ‘smartest guy in the room,' nor have they been spoken by an experienced management executive. Yet they have a ‘gut feeling,' a ‘women's intuition,' or a keen awareness that something is simply wrong. At long last, there is a book about the psychology of fraud that will guide us in the understanding of why it is that some people whom we ‘like' and, even more important, trust, commit frauds. The text also guides us toward the next steps forward. ” Marjorie A.

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Unfortunately, the literature has had a significant gap in understanding all elements of fraud and its motivation and execution. ” —W. ' I've pondered these questions for years, but the answer to both questions invariably circles back to profiling the white-collar criminal.  In other words, to be a successful forensic accountant or fraud investigator, it is absolutely essential to understand the psychological mindset of the fraudster and the intangible attributes that cannot be captured on a balance sheet or income statement.

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