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Corporate Fraud Phenomenon: Economic and Social Aspects

Student: Evgeniy Ermolaev

Supervisor: Tatiana Sidorina

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Economics (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2019

As the demand for goods and services increases, so does the supply from corporations, which attracts special attention to them. As companies grow in size, the risk of corporate fraud also becomes higher, which is a phenomenon that has been the subject of much work and research. However, most of the articles focus on the characteristics of a fraudster or the development of countermeasures. My research aims to examine the relationship between the social and economic conditions of countries and the frequency of corporate fraud occurring in them. Initially, I will analyze the results of the largest companies' research on this topic, consider various types of corporate fraud, and then, using linear regression, identify the impact of social and economic indicators of countries on the studied variable.

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