Previous historians have invariably viewed the proliferation of embezzlement statutes, and more importantly, manufacturers' efforts to police work, as a direct and unproblematic legal response to the property encroachments of workers.
The key to accounting for the policing initiative was the precise relationship between the forms of embezzlement practiced by spinners, false and short reeling, and the goal of enhancing the disciplinary potential of the wage.
The law would prove an especially important resource in attending to the intractable problem of embezzlement.
said that one consequence of the suspected embezzlement has been a renewed emphasis at the newspaper on basic accounting principles.
It's always back to basics," Neill said of the alleged embezzlement of Observer funds by a former Observer production supervisor, two other men, and a contract printing company.
CPAs should be alert to simple trends when determining a company's risk of material embezzlement
The late Donald Cressey, a noted criminologist, pioneered the study of embezzlement by interviewing approximately 300 prison inmates in the 1950s.
What started out as the theft of a few hundred dollars to help her kids became a major embezzlement that went undetected for nearly four years.