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A Discussion About University Fraud

For a long time, universities have been viewed as bastions of high ethical standards where the fraudulent schemes common to the working world simply would be unthinkable. Increasingly, however, this is proving to be untrue.

In “A Discussion about University Fraud,” Winter Wright interviews Ron Schwartz, principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Deloitte FAS), Matthew Larson, principal, Deloitte FAS, and Mary-Jo Kranacher, editor-in-chief of The CPA Journal, the official publication of the New York State Society of certified public accountants, as they discuss how universities are as rife with scams as other organizations, and as much in need of adopting strong anti-fraud policies and procedures.

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