1. Corporate fraud and misconduct

Identifying corporate financial misconduct

Fairness cannot be achieved whilst some decision-makers continue to be able, through opportunity, motive or justification, to misappropriate private information and/or financial benefits and/or manipulate the taxation system. The use of technology can add additional levels of control, it can also create new opportunities for misreporting, financial misconduct and tax avoidance.


Publications

  • Niblock, Scott, Sinnewe, Elisabeth (2018) Are covered calls the right option for Australian investors? Studies in Economics and Finance, 35 (2), pp.222-243.
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  • Sadiq, Kerrie (2018) Rethinking the interest deduction rules in light of the Chevron Australia case Bulletin for International Taxation, 72 (9), pp.545-553.
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  • Sadiq, Kerrie (2018) Tax and whistle-blower protection: Part of a commitment to tackling tax misconduct in Australia Intertax, 46 (5), pp.429-433.
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  • Zhang, Yuyu (2017) Client importance and audit quality, office level evidence from the banking industry: a pitch Accounting Research Journal, 30 (2), pp.1-8.
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  • Chapple, Ellie, Sadiq, Kerrie, Xiong, Feng (2017) A review of corporate practice of reporting on social media Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 32 (2), pp.222-240.
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  • Tan, David, Chapple, Ellie, Walsh, Kathleen (2017) Corporate fraud culture: Re-examining the corporate governance and performance relation Accounting and Finance, 57 (2), pp.597-620.
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