Modeling the relations between the incidence of within-firm corporate fraud and the quality of corporate governance structures. (2004–2007)

Organisations operating in market economies have agency problems because the managers of the firm are rarely the owners. One costly outcome is the incidence of fraud within organisations. In recent times organisations have developed and refined corporate governance structures. To date there has been little analysis of the effect that corporate governance has on the incidence of with-in firm fraud. The aim of this research is to build and test a model of the relations between within-firm fraud and corporate governance systems that can be used as a diagnostic tool by industry to monitor and manage risk.
Grant type:
ARC Linkage Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council