Journal of Accounting Education
Description, Abstract, or Artist's Statement
This case, based on a real fraud, engages students in a fraud investigation learning activity with a focus on interrogation. Students analyze an interrogation, identify and discuss verbal and nonverbal cues to deception, discuss legal ramifications of conducting fraud examinations, and develop recommendations to improve internal controls. The intended audience is a fraud examination course.
Delaney, J., Coe, M., Coussens, J., & Reddington, M. (2015). The Case of the Frequent Flyer Fraudster. Journal of Accounting Education, 33(3), 219-227.
Augustana Digital Commons Citation
Delaney, John; Coe, Martin; Coussens, Jeffrey; and Reddington, Michael. "The Case of the Frequent Flyer Fraudster" (2015). Accounting: Faculty Scholarship & Creative Works.