Economic crime in a downturn
The Global Economic Crime Survey from PwC has reached its fifth edition, at biennial intervals it gathers the results of a comprehensive analysis on the phenomenon of economic-financial crime, paying particular attention to fraud endured by international and national companies.
The 2009 study, carried out with the support of INSEAD (Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires), is based on more than 3,000 interviews conducted in 54 countries and addresses crucial topics, such as the diffusion of the phenomenon of economic-financial crime, its characteristics and the point of view of organisations on this issue.
In addition, the 2009 edition tries to photograph the phenomenon within the current global panorama, and to respond to some fundamental questions: the economic-financial crisis influences, by increasing it, the risk of fraud in a company? What is the point of view of the companies and what do they expect for the future? Which are, in times of crisis, the factors that can increase the risk of fraud and what contrasting measures are most effective?
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