Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View from Under the Table

  • 17h 47m 27s
  • Joseph T. Wells (ed), Laura Hymes (ed)
  • Recorded Books, Inc.
  • 2020

Bribery and Corruption Casebook: The View From Under the Table is a one-of-a-kind collection of actual cases written by the fraud examiners who investigated them. These stories were hand-selected from hundreds of submissions and together form a comprehensive, enlightening, and entertaining picture of the many types of bribery and corruption cases in varied industries throughout the world.

  • Each case outlines how the bribe or corruption was engineered, how it was investigated, and how perpetrators were brought to justice
  • Written for fraud investigators, auditors, compliance officers, and corporate lawyers
  • Reflects the recent crackdown on bribery and prosecution of cases under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

This audiobook reveals the dangers of bribery and corruption and the measures that can be taken to prevent it from happening in the first place.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - The Hot-Tub Highwaymen by Ted Wendling
  • Chapter 2 - Trouble Brewing by Jay Dawdy and Angela Clancy
  • Chapter 3 - In the State's Interest by Gary Graff
  • Chapter 4 - Odd Bedfellows by Jon Cohen
  • Chapter 5 - When Bribery Becomes a Way of Doing Business by Amine Antari
  • Chapter 6 - Kickbacks for Comic Books by Rafael A. Garcia
  • Chapter 7 - Interrupted Production by Carl Knudson
  • Chapter 8 - High-Plains Grifter by Carolyn Conn, Katie Houston, and Brandon Tanous
  • Chapter 9 - Getting a Free Ride by William J. Kirby
  • Chapter 10 - Conflicting Interests, Conflicting Cultures by Douglas M. Watson
  • Chapter 11 - But We Thought He was Saving Us Millions by Gary E. Gaugler
  • Chapter 12 - The Construction of a Fraud by Lorna Leung
  • Chapter 13 - The Summer Bribe by Mark Dron
  • Chapter 14 - Brazen Bank Manager by Antonio Ivan S. Aguirre
  • Chapter 15 - In Bed with the Tax Man by Hanif Habib
  • Chapter 16 - High-Rise Rollers by Richard F. Woodford, Jr.
  • Chapter 17 - Decorum across the International Date Line by Jim Pelczar
  • Chapter 18 - The Kickback Mine by J. Aaron Christopher
  • Chapter 19 - A Sweet Deal by Jason Petrusic
  • Chapter 20 - Da' Money by Michael Carr
  • Chapter 21 - The Seemingly Upstanding Citizen by Austine S. M. Adache
  • Chapter 22 - Big Dangers from a Small Vendor by Kimiharu Chatani
  • Chapter 23 - A Drop in the Ocean by Ludmila Grechanik
  • Chapter 24 - The Professor and the Deputy by Paul Keyton
  • Chapter 25 - Calling for Kickbacks by Anil Kumar
  • Chapter 26 - Going Green in Mexico by Ronald L. Durkin
  • Chapter 27 - A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing by Daniel Nita
  • Chapter 28 - Dances with Fraud by Hank J. Brightman
  • Chapter 29 - The Corrupt Public Servant by Sandeep Mehra
  • Chapter 30 - Romance, Jewels and Kickbacks: All in a Day's Work by Dennis Thomas
  • Chapter 31 - Power Corrupts and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely by Jim Cali
  • Chapter 32 - For Love or Money? by John R. Holley
  • Chapter 33 - Ethical Governance: A Mandate for Outsourcing by Jyoti Khetarpal
  • Chapter 34 - Friends and Lovers in High Places by Rick Hoye
  • Chapter 35 - Kickbacks on Demand by Philip Levi
  • Chapter 36 - High-Flying Ambition by Manjit Chodha
  • Chapter 37 - The Cleaner Who Swept His Way to the Top by Shane Ringin
  • Chapter 38 - Sorry, This Fraud Has Been Disconnected by Meric Bloch
  • Chapter 39 - Bid Rigging and Kickbacks under the Bridge by Edward J. Gaio