This research archive is intended to encompass those subjects informing our understanding of fraud, including selections from psychology, marketing, sociology and economics, among others. In order to illustrate the contribution of each article to our knowledge of financial fraud, summaries are provided by staff at the Center.
Abstracts and first paragraphs are pulled directly from the original articles and reflect the work of the researchers and authors. Bibliographic information and links to original sources are listed for each article, but the original full text sources may only be available by subscription.
Articles are drawn from a number of academic, non-profit, and private sources and is extensive, but not exhaustive. Additional summaries are always being added, so be sure to sign up for updates and/or check to see the latest inclusions. To suggest an article that we should include, please email [email protected]
For summaries focused on the potential practical implications of fraud related research, please see the