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The keynotes by Robert Davidson are incredibly educational in matters of finance and accounting.
For his education, Davidson obtained his undergraduate degree at Wayne State University. He went on to pursue his PhD ad MBA at the University of Chicago, finishing in June of 2011. In terms of professional experience, Davidson has worked in public, corporate and non-profit accounting; he also has experience with taxation and auditing. Recently, Davidson spoke to Big Think about the characteristics that are associated to the likelihood of someone committing corporate fraud.
Currently, Davidson serves as an associate professor at Georgetown University, where he has been since 2011. Beyond teaching, Davidson works as a financial consultant with a special interest on valuation models.
Featured Keynote - Anticipating Corporate Fraud
Robert Davidson's Corporate Fraud Talk Looks at Behavior
In his corporate fraud talk, Robert Davidson wonders what might make an executive likely to commit an infraction.
Though the incentive for fraud might be high for a large number of executives, the... Read More