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Fraud is a significant component of female offending, and examining the dynamics underlying serious fraud is important if we are to understand the broader issues of gender difference in patterns of offending and imprisonment.
Janice Goldstraw, Russell G. Smith and Yuka Sakurai demonstrate that,...
In their Trends and Issues paper, 'Red Flags of Fraud', Grabosky and Duffield (2001) identified a number of warning signals for fraud, or anomalies. While the existence of anomalies is not always indicative of criminality, they do signify heightened risks that should be investigated further....
At present, adult Australians spend $13,839 million a year on gambling, or $901 per adult per year. However, with increasing opportunities and venues for gambling, public concern about 'problem gambling' has grown. This paper examines one of the principal social costs of gambling, namely, gambling...