This event will be available online and in-person. Learn more about the in-person option taking place in Nashville, TN.
This 1-day meeting of the ACFE Research Institute (ARI) will focus on cutting-edge research on the detection, deterrence and investigation of fraud and corruption.
Open to academic researchers, anti-fraud practitioners, representatives of government agencies with anti-fraud responsibilities, and anyone else with an interest in fraud research, this meeting will provide a forum where attendees will learn about emerging anti-fraud research, hear proposals for new studies and network with other anti-fraud experts.
A discounted rate of $150 is available to ACFE Educator Members. To obtain the educator discounted, please contact a Member Service Representative for assistance through chat, email or by calling 1 (800) 245-3321.
About the ACFE Research Institute
The goal of the ARI is to bring together top researchers, anti-fraud practitioners, and government agencies to share knowledge, generate new ideas, and contribute to the established body of knowledge in the anti-fraud profession. ARI studies are approved with a goal of developing research that yields practical insights, useful information and new tools for anti-fraud practitioners. The ARI operates under the direction of the ACFE Foundation, whose mission is to increase the body of anti-fraud knowledge.