ACFE Research Institute Summer Meeting
- Jun 15, 2023 8:00 a.m.
- Pacific Standard Time (PST)
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 $100 is available to ACFE Educator Members and Student Members. To obtain the educator/student discount, please contact a Member Service Representative for assistance through chat 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.
Examine the latest academic research on fraud and corruption.
Review proposals from researchers on new areas of study.
Collaborate with researchers, practitioners and government officials.
Reduce the risk of vendor fraud.
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Non Educator/Student: $250
*A discounted rate of $150 is available to ACFE Educator Members and Student Members. To obtain the educator or student discount, please contact a Member Service Representative for assistance through chat or by calling 1 (800) 245-3321.
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introduction
Final Research Report: Examining Factors Influencing the Offender’s Decision to Confess to Fraud and the Victim’s Decision to Refer to Authorities; Final Research Report: Trading Places: Audit Team Dynamics when Junior Auditors have Greater Technological Expertise; Final Research Report: How Does Developing vs. Inheriting Data Analytics Affect Auditor Skepticism?; Final Research Report: Gamification Training for the Next Generation of Fraud Fighters
Final Research Report: Analytics and Small Business Grant Fraud within the Federal SBIR Program; Grant Proposal: Does Political Culture Affect Firm Culture? An Empirical Investigation of Political Corruption and Financial Statement Fraud; Grant Proposal: Public Sustainability Participation and Local Firms’ Financial Statement Misconduct; Grant Proposal: A Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing Framework for Fraud Risk Assessment
Working Lunch: Panel Discussion
Grant Proposal: Best Practices Guide for the Justice for Fraud Victims Project; Grant Proposal: Fraud Latent Trait Instrument; Grant Proposal: Can the Use of Visualizations Combat the Impact of Fatigue on Auditor Professional Skepticism?
Grant Proposal: Deconstructing Corruption & Fraud: The Case of Psychological Theories Driving Unethical Actions in Public Sector Procurement; Grant Proposal: Does Legislators’ Personal Exposure to Fraud Influence Future Financial Regulation?
Wrap-Up and Adjourn
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