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 J. & (2018) Are covered calls the right option for Australian investors? Economics and Finance, 35(2), pp. 222-243.
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  • (2018) Rethinking the interest deduction rules in light of the Chevron Australia case. Bulletin for International Taxation, 72(9).
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  • (2018) Tax and whistle-blower protection: Part of a commitment to tackling tax misconduct in Australia. Intertax (Includes EC Tax Review), 46(5), pp. 429-433.
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  • (2017) Client importance and audit quality, office level evidence from the banking industry: a pitch. Accounting Research Journal, 30(2).
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  • , , & (2017) A review of corporate practice of reporting on social media. Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 32(Part 2), pp. 222-240.
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  • Tan, David T, , & Walsh, Kathleen D (2017) Corporate fraud culture: Re-examining the corporate governance and performance relation. Accounting and Finance, 57(2), pp. 597-620.
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  • Byrnes, Liam & (2015) How should regulators deal with entrenched company executives? Company and Securities Law Journal, 33(4), pp. 266-280.
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  • & Truong, Thu Phuong (2015) Continuous disclosure compliance: Does corporate governance matter? Accounting and Finance, 55, pp. 965-988.
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  • , Clout, Victoria J., & Tan, David (2014) Corporate governance and securities class actions. Australian Journal of Management, 39(4).
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  • & (2013) The 'two strikes' rule on the remuneration report : threats and opportunities for boards. Australian Journal of Corporate Law, 28(2), pp. 166-180.
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  • & Tan, David (2012) Corporate fraud and misconduct : investigative and regulatory priorities. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly.
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  • , Ferguson, Colin, & Kang, Diana (2009) Corporate governance and misappropriation. Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, 1(2), pp. 1-26.
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