Praise for The A.B.C.'s of Behavioral Forensics: Applying Psychology to Financial Fraud Prevention and Detection
“Fraud is an important part of enterprise risk. Although it falls in the finance and accounting function it is also a people issue. The authors have taken an important step forward in helping organizations by examining issues of relationships, emotions, narcissism, and larger group and organizational dynamics that will help leaders understand and deter fraud.”
—Harry M. Jansen Kraemer Former CEO, Baxter International and Professor of Leadership, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
“I have known Sri for 25 years and have found him to be one of the most eclectic thinkers I have ever known. He draws his insights not only from his formal accounting and psychology education but also from a wide range of philosophic sources not often read by business students and practitioners. He has given considerable thought to a wide range of topics, including ethics, governance, and auditing. In A.B.C.'s of Behavioral Forensics, you will find that he and his coauthors have been adept at bringing a broad view of their diverse interests to bear on the emerging discipline of behavioral and financial forensics. You will, upon reflection, note that they have not only addressed the narrower issues of forensics but also the broader issues of philosophy, ethics, and governance. This book can be read usefully at the surface level or, given more time and thought, a reader will ...