TACKLING WHITE COLLAR CRIME IN AUSTRALIA

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Description

It can be difficult to deal with corporate affairs, with all the structure and hierarchy that comes with a big organisation. Sometimes sneaky dealings take place, and unfortunately for most companies, they can find themselves the victim of fraud. It’s not fair for everyone involved, but it’s not as simple as tattling on your colleague either – so what can we do?

The Daily was joined by Professor Rahat Munir, Head of the Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance Macquarie Business School, to take a look at this white collar crime issue.

Subject

Whistleblowing

Period22 Jan 2020

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleTACKLING WHITE COLLAR CRIME IN AUSTRALIA
    Media name/outlet2SER
    Duration/Length/Size5 minutes
    CountryAustralia
    Date22/01/20
    DescriptionIt can be difficult to deal with corporate affairs, with all the structure and hierarchy that comes with a big organisation. Sometimes sneaky dealings take place, and unfortunately for most companies, they can find themselves the victim of fraud. It’s not fair for everyone involved, but it’s not as simple as tattling on your colleague either – so what can we do?

    The Daily was joined by Professor Rahat Munir, Head of the Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance Macquarie Business School, to take a look at this white collar crime issue.
    Producer/AuthorProfessor Rahat Munir
    URLhttps://2ser.com/tackling-white-collar-crime-in-australia/
    PersonsRahat Munir