DETERRENCE CONCEPT OF CORRUPTED CONDUCTS IN BANGLADESH

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  • Md Abdul Baten Stockholm Business School, Stockholm University, Sweden

Keywords:

corrupted acts, punishment severity, automated fraud detection

Abstract

There are many ways to deceive other people. An obvious choice is to tell an outright lie, but it is also possible to deceive others by avoiding the truth, obfuscating the truth, exaggerating the truth, or casting doubt on the truth. Just as these processes are useful in deceiving others, they can also be useful in deceiving the self, for example, corrupted acts which are occurring in every sphere of life in Bangladesh. In fact, the efficacy of punishment severity in deterring capital offenses continues as one of the liveliest debates in Bangladesh – punishment and the fear of punishment are the solution to the entire crime problem. Automated fraud detection has been found to be particularly beneficial when conducted annually. Annual analysis not only allows an organisation to regularly identify transactions of interest, it also allows them to determine whether control or process changes, made as a result of a previous analysis, have resulted in a decreased number of transactions of interest in the subsequent year’s analysis

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Published

2022-07-27

How to Cite

Baten, M. A. (2022). DETERRENCE CONCEPT OF CORRUPTED CONDUCTS IN BANGLADESH. Accounting, Organization & Economics, 2(1), 01-12. Retrieved from https://fortunepublishing.org/index.php/aoe/article/view/127

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