Centre for Counter Fraud Studies

Publications

2017

  • Gee, J. and Button, M. (2017) The Financial Cost of Fraud 2017. The Latest Data from Around the World. London: Crowe Clark Whitehall. 
  • Button, M. and Cross, C. (2017) Technology and Fraud: The ‘Fraudogenic’ Consequences of the Internet Revolution. In McGuire, M. and Holt, T. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice. London: Routledge, pp. 78-95.
  • Klahr, R., Shah, J., Sheriffs, P., Rossington, T., Pestell, G., Button, M. and Wang, V. (2017) Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017. London: IPSOS Mori

2016

2015

Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook

2014

2013

Countering Fraud for Competitive Advantage

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • Gee, J., Button, M. and Frimpong, K. (2009) The Resilience to Fraud of UK plc. London: MacIntyre Hudson/CCFS.
  • Gee, J., Button, M. and Brooks, G. (2009) The Financial Cost of Fraud. London: MacIntyre Hudson/CCFS.
  • Button, M., Lewis, C. and Tapley, J. (2009a) Fraud Typologies and the Victims of Fraud Literature Review. London: National Fraud Authority.  
  • Button, M., Lewis, C. and Tapley, J. (2009b) Support for the Victims of Fraud: An Assessment of the current Infra-Structure in England and Wales. London: National Fraud Authority.
  • Button, M., Lewis, C. and Tapley, J. (2009c) A Better Deal for Victims. London: National Fraud Authority.