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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the effects of USA Executive Order 13224, one of the most important US counter‐terrorist finance measures, on corporations operating in countries with designated terrorist organizations. Design/methodology/approach – The effects of Executive...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the tentative, highly contingent nature of the contemporary press to impose stringent anti‐criminal finance regulatory obligations onto Canadian legal counsel. Design/methodology/approach – The approach used in this work is to bring...
Purpose – There is increasing guidance for public bodies on the appropriate counter fraud strategies to pursue. One area covered is anti‐fraud culture strategies. Building upon the work of the UK Government's HM Treasury, the purpose of this paper is to assess the extent and quality of...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to propose alternate dispute resolution (ADR) as a possible tool to prevent corruption. Design/methodology/approach – After the literature reviews on theory of corruption, the Pacific Consultants International (PCI) case of the Japanese prosecution is...
Purpose – Intellectual capital's (IC's) rising value in the production of wealth has been mirrored by its increasing vulnerability to crime. Among these are the increasing frequency of cybercrime, the intangible nature of IC which facilitates theft and the lack of legal remedies for the theft...
Purpose – The financial sector is critical for the effectiveness of the fight against organized crime, corruption and terrorism. The purpose of this paper is to discuss principles of governance of the sector and the complexity of the activities targeted. Its aim focuses on the need for...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to approach the issue of fraud prevention by using the theory of incentives to design a mechanism that makes employees to reveal their true type, that is, their willingness or ability to combat corruption. Based on this information, the manager may propose...
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