Introduction to Commercial Fraud
Author: Professor James E. Byrne
Edition: 2010 Edition
Type of Product: Softbound Book - 274 Pages / eBook (new!)
From the Derry v. Peek English case of 1889 to the harsh lessons of Bernard Madoff’s massive modern day Ponzi scheme, Introduction to Commercial Fraud (2010 edition) by Professor James E. Byrne contains a carefully edited and selected set of readings and exercises designed to provide a platform for an introduction to commercial fraud. Parallel to the legitimate world of international commerce and finance, there exists an alternative universe of commercial fraud, which poses a serious threat to the integrity of the economy.
This 274-page, soft-bound volume explores: the Nature of Commercial Fraud; Criminal Fraud; Fraud in Traditional Commercial Settings, including Letter of Credit Fraud; Methods & Examples of Fraud; Money Laundering; and Investigations & Prevention.
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