CONCLUSION AND REFERENCES
While many improvements have been made to fraud prevention tactics over the years, significant research advances are needed to understand and combat fraud. The development of these research advancements, and the multi-disciplinary initiative that will help turn academic achievements into real-world improvements, is the goal of this center. It is our hope that this interdisciplinary hub will facilitate the intellectual and practical connections necessary for more groundbreaking work in the study and prevention of financial fraud.
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