FRAUD THEORY EVOLUTION AND ITS RELEVANCE TO FRAUD PREVENTION IN THE VILLAGE GOVERNMENT IN INDONESIA*

Novita Puspasari(1*),

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Abstract


This paper discusses the evolution of fraud theory from time to time, starting from initial fraud theories, such as White-Collar Crime, Fraud Triangle, and Fraud Scale, to modern fraud theories, such as Fraud Diamond, M. I. C. E model and ABC analysis. Studying the evolution of fraud theory will be very helpful to prevent the occurrence fraud in the future. In addition, this paper also discusses the relevance of fraud theory and fraud prevention in the village government. Village fund can be the object of fraud because of its significant amount, lack of control, and conflict of interest of various parties. Modern fraud theories, such as Fraud Diamond, M. I. C. E model, and ABC analysis are used to analyze the possibility of who will be the perpetrators of fraud in the village government (who), why they commit fraud (why), and how to prevent fraud in the village government (how). Fraud theory analysis in the village fund management could be a foundation for related parties (village stakeholders) to make relevant policies as well as a basis to conduct village fund research in the future.


Keywords


Fraud Theory, Prevention of Fraud, Village Government

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21532/apfj.001.16.01.02.15

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