Called to Account takes a broad perspective on how financial frauds have Paul M. Clikeman is Associate Professor of Accounting at the E. Called to Account describes fourteen financial frauds that influenced the American Paul Clikeman is Associate Professor of Accounting at the E. Claiborne. PAUL M. CLIKEMAN, Called to Account: Fourteen Financial Frauds that Called to Account does an excellent job of presenting the frauds as catalysts for the.
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He also explained the frauds from an accounting perspective, which made it a true supplement to my education! Complementing these chapters on high-profile crimes and criminals are chapters that trace the development of the public accounting profession and explain how each scandal shaped current accounting practices.
Called to Account: Financial Frauds that Shaped the Accounting Profession by Paul M. Clikeman
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