Product details

By continuing to use our site you consent to the use of cookies as described in our privacy policy unless you have disabled them.
You can change your cookie settings at any time but parts of our site will not function correctly without them.
Compact case
Case from journal
-
Reference no. IECJ0542C-C
Simplified Chinese language
Published by: IMA - The Association of Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business
Published in: "IMA Educational Case Journal", 2012
Length: 3 pages
Data source: Generalised experience

Abstract

This is a Simplified Chinese version. Auditing Alchemy is a multimedia internal auditing case concerned with a possible inventory fraud in the firm’s manufacturing process. The company is a fabricated, simplified organization designed to introduce students to fraud investigation through active learning. The case is in three parts: analysing production to look for evidence, observing the workplace to determine how a fraud could occur, and investigating individual employees to find a perpetrator. The case uses a variety of techniques, such as analytical procedures and net worth analysis, and requires students to observe a workplace and employee interviews through the use of a video walkthrough of the manufacturing facility. Students have the option of requesting and using supplemental information in the case as a means of determining a likely suspect. Deliverables are predication of fraud, weaknesses in the internal control system, a likely mechanism for the crime, suspect(s), and a final fraud report.
Location:
Industry:

About

Abstract

This is a Simplified Chinese version. Auditing Alchemy is a multimedia internal auditing case concerned with a possible inventory fraud in the firm’s manufacturing process. The company is a fabricated, simplified organization designed to introduce students to fraud investigation through active learning. The case is in three parts: analysing production to look for evidence, observing the workplace to determine how a fraud could occur, and investigating individual employees to find a perpetrator. The case uses a variety of techniques, such as analytical procedures and net worth analysis, and requires students to observe a workplace and employee interviews through the use of a video walkthrough of the manufacturing facility. Students have the option of requesting and using supplemental information in the case as a means of determining a likely suspect. Deliverables are predication of fraud, weaknesses in the internal control system, a likely mechanism for the crime, suspect(s), and a final fraud report.

Settings

Location:
Industry:

Related