Beyond the fraud triangle: Swiss and Austrian elite fraudsters

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Levi, Michael; Schuchter, Alexander;
(2015)

We suggest that when using the fraud triangle, academics and professionals should take account of the insights gleaned from our study, in which Switzerland and Austria's “elite” white-collar offenders with high professional standing and respectability were interviewed. ... View more
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