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					                                                                                                                                 The evidentiary nature of accounting data.
FORENSIC ACCOUNTING IN                                  CALL FOR PAPERS
MATRIMONIAL DIVORCE                                     Submitted research should be grounded in real-
                   J.A. DiGabriele, Editor              world business problems or litigation issues faced
               Designed to enable practitioners         by practitioners and entity stakeholders. It is a con-
               in the field of marital dissolution to   dition of consideration that submissions be previ-                           Volume VII   G   Number 1
                                                                                                                                     January – June 2006
                                                                                                                                                                          ISSN 1524-5586




               effectively and efficiently plan and     ously unpublished, original to the author(s), not
               perform their work. Provides a           submitted elsewhere for publication, and that a
               contemporary overview of the             Transfer of Copyright agreement be completed.                                      Journal of
               field, current information on impor-
               tant aspects of typical engage-
ments, and insights into complexities which may
                                                        All submissions must be accompanied by a non-
                                                        refundable processing fee of $50.00 made payable
                                                        and sent directly to the Editor-in-Chief:
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challenge professional awareness and objectivity.
Also available separately as stand-alone book:
ISBN 1-930217-12-9                             $59.00
                                                                     Professor D. Larry Crumbley
                                                                     Journal of Forensic Accounting
                                                                                                                                              Accounting
                                                                     Dept. of Accounting - 3106A CEBA
EXPERT WITNESSING IN FORENSIC                                        Louisiana State University                                                   Auditing, Fraud & Risk
ACCOUNTING                                                           Baton Rouge, LA 70803

W.J. Pagano and T.K. Buckhoff, Editors

Developed for the benefit of con-                                                                                                                                  D. Larry Crumbley
                                                                                                                                                                   Editor-in-Chief
sulting and expertizing account-
                                                        The worldwide audience includes academic
ants, as well as the attorneys that
                                                        researchers and educators specializing in forensic
engage their services. Topics are
                                                        accounting, practicing forensic accountants, inter-
wide-ranging – from practical tips
                                                        nal auditors, professional audit advisors, regula-
on courtroom attire to legal theo-
                                                        tory and standard setting participants, enforce-
ries underlying Daubert – and
                                                        ment agents, process security specialists, and
include: testifying do’s and don’ts; advice for case                                                                          The Journal of Forensic Accounting ™ is
                                                        legal, tax, and insurance personnel.
preparation, management, and success; anticipa-
tion of Daubert challenges and cross-examination
                                                                                                                              positioned at the leading edge of scholarly
techniques; independence considerations in an                                                                                 research in the factual basis of economic
advocacy environment; deposition and cross-                                                                                   transactions and reporting events –
examination strategies; and priviledged informa-
tion and communication considerations.                                                                                        • evidence and judgment
Also available separately as stand-alone book:
ISBN 1-930217-14-5                             $59.00
                                                        Journal of Forensic Accounting is a trademark of R.T. Edwards, Inc.
                                                                                                                              • reliability testing
                                                                                                                              • transaction and reporting event recon-
ARCHIVAL CD OF VOLUMES I-V                                                                                                      struction, ownership and accountability
                    This collection of volumes I-V
                    (2000-2004) of the Journal of                                                                             • risk and allegation based engagements
                    Forensic Accounting is the                                                                                • all source methods of corroboration
                    perfect tool for all serious
                    researchers and practitioners.                                                                            • scientific valuation and risk measure-
                    Contents may be searched by                                                                                 ment in complex environments
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                    from both issue Tables of                                   .
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Index are provided.
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      Journal of Forensic Accounting                                 AIMS & SCOPE                                                       SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
                                                                     The Journal of Forensic Accounting is an independ-                 The Journal of Forensic Accounting is published in
                                                                     ent international forum for publication of the models              two semiannual issues per year of approximately 130
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
                                                                     and methodologies of investigative and forensic                    pages each.
D. Larry Crumbley
Louisiana State University                                           accounting. The focus of the journal is on the eviden-                         Journal of Forensic Accounting
                                                                     tiary nature of accounting data. Topics include eco-
                                                                                                                                                          ISSN: 1524-5586
                                                                     nomic fraud and forensic auditing; compliance, due
ASSOCIATE EDITORS                                                    diligence, and risk assessment; detection of financial             ❏         Archival CD                       ………. $ 519
Mark S. Beasley                                                                                                                                   Volumes I-V        (2000-2004)
North Carolina State University
                                                                     statement misrepresentation and tax evasion; bank-
Todd DeZoort
                                                                     ruptcy and valuation studies; GAAP, GAAS and SEC                   ❏         Volume VI*             (2005)     ………. $ 239
University of Alabama                                                violations; non-standard entries, structured transac-              ❏         Volume VII             (2006)     ………. $ 259
Tim Louwers                                                          tions, and earnings management (non-neutral finan-
                                                                     cial reporting); discovery, custody, analysis, and                 ❏         Volume VIII            (2007)     ………. $ 259
University of Richmond
                                                                     admissibility of economic evidence; fair presentation,             ❏         Vols. VII & VIII       Save!      ………. $ 359
EDITORIAL BOARD                                                      disclosure transparency, and representational faith-
                                                                                                                                              *Volume VI includes both Special Supplements.
M. Abdolmohammadi                 William M. Michaelson              fulness; transaction tracing, reconstruction, and                         These books are also available separately:
Bentley College                   Michaelson & Co.                   accountability; economic damage calculation; and
C. Richard Baker                  Bonnie W. Morris                                                                                      ❏         Forensic Accounting in            ………. $ 59
                                                                     extended procedures within the statutory audit. All                          Matrimonial Divorce
Adelphi University                West Virginia University
                                                                     submitted articles are double-blind reviewed.
Paul Barnes                       David Nolte                                                                                           ❏         Expert Witnessing in              ………. $ 59
Nottingham Trent University       Fulcrum Financial Inquiry LLP      SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS                                   (ABRIDGED)             Forensic Accounting
Richard A. Bernardi               Joyce A. Ostrosky
Roger Williams University         lllinois State University
                                                                     Fair Presentation: An Assessment Framework                                              Total                            _____
                                                                     F.T. DeZoort and J.D. Stanley
Cindy Durtschi                    Carl Pacini
Utah State University             Florida Gulf Coast University      A Cognitive Approach to Fraud Detection                            Attn. Name _______________________________
Edmund D. Fenton                  Bonita K. Peterson                 S. Grazioli. K. Jamal and P.E. Johnson
                                                                                                                                        Firm Name _______________________________
Eastern Kentucky University       Montana State University           The Probative Value of Audit Evidence
James C. Flagg                    Zabihollah Rezaee                  U. Gronewold                                                           Address _______________________________
Texas A&M University              University of Memphis
                                                                     Unusual Patterns in Reported Earnings                                             _______________________________
Ross Fuerman                      Dennis J. Rohan                    L. Guan, C.J. Skousen and T. Wetzel
Suffolk University                Rohan & Associates                                                                                             City _______________________________
Brian Patrick Green               Marshall B. Romney                 Continuous Monitoring of Transactions                                     State _______________________________
Univ. of Michigan - Dearborn      Brigham Young University           D.R. Hermanson, B. Moran, C.S. Rossie and D.T. Wolf
                                                                                                                                        Postal Code _______________________________
Dana R. Hermanson                 John T. Sennetti                   Earnings Management and Vendor Allowances
Kennesaw State University         Nova Southeastern University       M.F. Massoud                                                           Country _______________________________
Lester E. Heitger                 J.T. Sweeney                       Discretionary Accounting Accruals
Indiana University                Washington State University        S. Mitra and J. Rodrique
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Rachlin Cohen & Holtz             Creighton University
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Robert E. Holtfreter              John M. Thornton
Central Washington University     Washington State University        Accountants and Bankruptcy Fraud                                   only. Institutional librarians may order through their pre-
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Forensic accounting is the application of a                                                                                                             Philadelphia, PA 19118
specialized body of knowledge to the evidence of                     Collection and Control of Electronic Evidence
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accountability and/or valuation, often in a court
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of law or administrative proceeding.