Date of Graduation
Chambers College of Business and Economics
D. Kip Holderness
A. Scott Fleming
This dissertation is comprised of three studies that examine the implications of fraud detection decisions. The first study examines whether auditors’ mindfulness practices influence their ability to accurately detect fraud risk factors. The second study evaluates whether organization type influences whether and how perpetrators are punished. The third study evaluates whether management’s decision to increase controls when fraud occurs has unintended negative consequences for other employees. Together, these studies contribute to accounting literature related to fraud detection.
Rice, Marie, "Implications of Fraud Detection Decisions" (2021). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 8314.