The students share a collective interest in auditing, fraud, and forensic accounting-related fields. Motives and perspectives of fraud doers are going to be essential to how fraud-related work is approached. The benefits of handling a fraud situation from a creative writing perspective are invaluable. In preparing a project through which different viewpoints are observed, society can gain essential insight into the widely unknown world of accounting. In many fraud narratives, only one view is presented; however, we aim to share how a fraud case impacts the fraud doer, auditor, and the victim. Using scholarly research and prior knowledge of the field, Brynn Sedar, Paige Morris, and Sage Walton will create an accurate portfolio of creative writing pieces displaying the effects of fraud on society.
PublisherUniversity of Wyoming. Libraries
- Accounting - ACCT
- Business - BUSN