identity theft, fraud, conflicts of interest
Our research on theft and fraud has taught us three important lessons about conflicts of interest: first, they are much more prevalent than one would expect, second, they are much more serious than one might think, and third, some of them can’t be eliminated.
Original Publication Citation
D.J. Cherrington, "Conflicts of Interest", The Hayes Report on Loss Prevention Volume 22, Issue 1, Pages 3, Hayes International, Fruitland Park, Florida, 1, 26.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Cherrington, David J., "Conflicts of Interest" (2006). Faculty Publications. 987.
Marriott School of Management
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