Speaker: Pierre M. Rivolta, Ph.D., CFE; Associate Professor Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Mount St. Joseph University
Topic: Fraud and White-Collar Crime Academic Research Digest: Volume 2
Come learn about the latest academic research on the topic of fraud and white-collar crime. The first volume of this research digest will focus primarily on fraud committed by business executives (i.e., CEOs). Other topics of discussion will include fraud profiling, theoretical advances, and policy implications related to economic crime. A review of the methodology used to select this research will also be provided, as well as implications for practitioners. Overall, this presentation will summarize about a dozen peer-reviewed academic papers.
CPE: 1 CPE
CPE credits are based on a 50-minute hour. CPE is offered through the ACFE as well as the Accountancy Board of Ohio (sponsor number CPE.00467). Attendees must attend 100 minutes of the meeting and answer 6 polling questions during the meeting to validate attendance.
Promotion of improved fraud detection and deterrence and through expansion of knowledge in relation to the session's topic.
Dr. Pierre Rivolta (CFE) is an Associate Professor in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department at Mount St. Joseph University. A native of France, Pierre earned a B.S. in Forensic Science and an M.Law in Criminal Justice from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. He holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. Pierre’s primary teaching interests are the administration of justice and economic criminality. His scholarly pursuits center on the evaluation of pre-trial and post-conviction programs for special offender groups. More recently, Pierre has developed research interests in the nexus of fraud examination and education. Pierre currently serves on the ACFE Higher Education Initiative Committee.
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