The ACFE Research Institute (ARI) is a multidisciplinary research center that is dedicated to research and education regarding the prevention of fraud, corruption and other white-collar crime. The ARI works with academics and industry experts worldwide
to generate research projects that explore the latest fraud trends and developments affecting individuals, businesses and governments.
In support of its mission, the ARI:
The ARI provides two types of grants to support anti-fraud research studies:
When evaluating research grant proposals, the ARI’s goal is to award grants to research that will help to improve the ability of businesses and government to combat fraud and to educate the public on effective methods for recognizing and deterring it.
See list of past ACFE Research Institute studies.
Questions regarding research grants should be directed to ARI co-Directors of Research, Dick Riley at Richard.Riley@mail.wvu.edu or Kip Holderness at Kip.Holderness@mail.wvu.edu.
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