Accounting Control Fraud and The Great Financial Crisis

March 19th, 2014
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Bill Black Explains the Corruption that Produced the Great Financial Crisis

Econintersect:  William K. Black, an authority on banking fraud from his years as a regulator during the Savings & Loan Crisis, has given a TED format lecture at the University of Missouri Kansas City where he is Associate Professor of Law and Economics.  These lectures are local, self-organized occasions which are called TEDx events.

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You will never see a better presentation under an hour in length about accounting control fraud and how it led to the Great Financial Crisis than this 19 minute lecture.

John Lounsbury

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