The perception of the practitioners and students towards the subject of forensic accounting and fraud examination

Septarina Prita Dania Sofianti, Unti Ludigdo, Gugus Irianto

Abstract


This research aims to analyze the insight of practitioners, academicians, and accounting students toward forensic accounting and fraud examination course as if integrating into accounting curriculum. It also analyzes the difference of practitioners, academicians and accounting students insights regarding demand, interest, career, obstacles, benefits and topics of forensic accounting and fraud examination as if integrating into accounting curriculum. The results indicate that practitioners, academicians and accounting students are encouraging forensic accounting and fraud examination course should be integrated into accounting curriculum. It also indicate that there were some significant differences exist regarding demand, interest, career, obstacles, beneficial and topics of forensic accounting and fraud examination (FAFE). The results are useful for universities that consider integrating forensic accounting and fraud examination course into accounting curriculum, hence redesign their forensic accounting and fraud examination course that relevant with Indonesians necessitate.

Keywords


Forensic Accounting;Fraud Examination;FAFE;Accounting Curriculum;Fraud

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14414/jebav.v17i2.310

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