Why Whistleblowers Are Needed to Combat Financial Frauds

From crypto to insider trading and corporate disclosures, fraud is rampant. But exciting new tools have been pioneered to detect to detect and deter white collar crime. But whistleblowers also have a key, pivotal role to play in detecting and detering fraud.

On this episode of Fraud in America, we’re sitting down with Daniel Taylor, the Arthur Andersen Chaired Professor at the Wharton School and is director of the Wharton Forensic Analytics Lab.Β 

To learn more about Prof. Daniel Taylor, click here.

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