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  • The A-Z of Corporate Social Responsibility
    A complete reference on CSR, compiled by the Institute for Corporate Cultural Affairs (the ICCA). The entries have been written by leading experts, leading global thinkers and CSR practitioners.

    2007 John Wiley & Sons Ltd

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What is Forensic Accounting?

"Forensic accounting is a specialised area of the accounting industry, and often involves the detailed analysis of complex financial information to investigate fraud and misconduct, recover assets and reduce exposure to white collar crime and other irregularities. Forensic accountants also often appear as expert witnesses in civil and criminal trials or other dispute resolution forums."

Quoted from: FORENSIC ACCOUNTING. (2007). In The A to Z of Corporate Social Responsibility. Retrieved from

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