Ce ne sont pas les petites compagnies qui sont dans le trouble qui sont les plus enclines à commettre une fraude selon une étude.
“Prestigious companies, those that are household names, were actually more prone to engage in financial fraud, which was very surprising,” said Jennifer Schwartz, WSU sociologist and lead author on the study. “We thought it would be companies that were struggling financially, that were nearing bankruptcy, but it was quite the opposite. It was the companies that thought they should be doing better than they were, the ones with strong growth imperatives–those were the firms that were most likely to cheat.”
Peut-être parce que les conséquences de se faire prendre seront moins graves?