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WELCOME TO ACCT 7050: Corporate Governance Ethics and Business Sustainability Professor Zabi Rezaee PhD, CPA, CMA, CIA, CFE, CGFM Thompson-Hill Chair of Excellence Fogelman College of Business and Economics The University of Memphis
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Financial Statement Fraud: Prevention and Detection Review in Journal of Accountancy , December 2002, pp. 89−90: Financial Statement Fraud is a good reference for understanding some of the current corporate financial statement problems and making sure that financial statements are correct.” Review in Internal Auditing May/June 2002, p. 46−47: “This professional reference is highly recommended reading for all internal auditors and should be included in all internal auditing libraries and used in internal auditing training programs. This book should hit the bestseller lists rather quickly.” by Zabihollah Rezaee, published by John Wiley & Sons, March 2002
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Cooking the Books = FSF = CRIME FSF = Crime Incentives Monitoring End Results Cooks Recipes Financial Statement Fraud Formula C ooks + R ecipes + I ncentives + M onitoring (lack of) + E nd Results = CRIME
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Lynn Turner writes, Corporate Governance Post-Sarbanes- Oxley appropriately provides the reader with a useful discussion of emerging and contemporary issues confronting those involved with corporate governance including those in the monitoring function, as well as those in the growing field of not-for-profit organizations. And it adds an international flavor to its pages, which is unquestionably important and useful as today’s largest investors as well as accomplished management teams and directors come from a multitude of countries.” Michael McCauley, Director of Corporate Governance for the Florida State Board of Administration, wrote, Corporate Governance Post-Sarbanes-Oxley offers one of the most comprehensive examinations available. Dr. Rezaee achieves an in-depth, thorough review of today’s corporate governance landscape and provides a sound perspective for the reader. His systematic description offers a practical guide for any investor interested in the role of governance within the capital markets. An excellent book.” Corporate Governance Post- Sarbanes-Oxley: Regulations, Requirements, and Integrated Processes by Zabihollah Rezaee, published by John Wiley & Sons, 2007
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Chinese Translation of the Book: Corporate Governance Post-Sarbanes Oxley
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Corporate Governance and Ethics by Zabihollah Rezaee Published by Wiley, July 2008
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LYmAY5dUS4,, VIDEO
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Business Schools How Business Schools Have Failed Business : “Why not more education on the responsibility of boards?" by Michael Jacobs, The Wall Street Journal , April 24, 2009 --- http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124052874488350333.html “By failing to teach the principles of corporate governance, our business schools have failed our students.” “B-school graduates have matured into executives and investment bankers who have failed American workers.” Do you think B-schools prepare the most competent and ethical future business leaders?
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