Global Economic Crime Survey is an international study of the impact of economic crimes on business.
The pressure on companies to control and prevent fraud is increasing - yet there is little hard evidence on either the scale of the problem or current thinking on how best to deal with it.
To help companies understand and confront these issues, PwC is undertaking its seventh global study into the impact of economic crime on businesses.
The focus of this study is to assess corporate attitudes towards incidents of corruption and bribery, money laundering and/or breaches of competition laws.
All the responses are strictly confidential.
Global Economic Crime Survey will be available on this page in January 2014.
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