Veronica Morino

Doctoral StudentVeronica Morino

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I have a MA in Sociology (Economic Sociology; Organisational Sociology; Sociology of Work) and a MA in Organisational Science from “La Sapienza“, University of Rome, Italy. I have almost 20 years of professional experience working in the area of prevention, detection and investigation of corruption and fraud around the world both in the private and public sectors. I have also assisted several organisations in the development and assessment of their anti-fraud and corruption programmes, as well as developed holistic desktop investigative research and analysis tools to explore organisations, business partners, suppliers and customers. I am also a well-regarded speaker and teach at a number of institutions.



My research interests focus on fraud and corruption management (prevention, detection, investigation), implementation of anti-fraud and corruption programmes, assessment of corporate resistance to fraud and corruption and effectiveness of integrity programs.



  • Higgins, M., Morino, V., Iyer, N. 2019. “Imperialism, Dirty Money Centres and the Financial Elite” pp. 139-151. in Grady, J., Grocott, C. (eds.) The continuing imperialism of free trade. Developments, trends and the role of supranational agents. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
  • Brytting, T., Minogue, R., Morino, V. 2011. The Anatomy of Fraud and Corruption. Farnham, Surrey: Gower Publishing


  • Morino, V., Marmai, M., 2020. Joined-up fraud detection – external audit and internal resources. Fraud Intelligence. June/July, pp 14-16. London: Informa UK Ltd.
  • Morino, V. 2020. Inside out– an investigation research strategy. Fraud Intelligence. April/May, pp 9-12 London: Informa UK Ltd.
  • Chernova, A., Iyer, N., Morino, V. 2019. Dirty Money Constellations: find me if you can. International Institute of Security & Crisis Management (CIISCM). Issue 1, pp. 17-20. Singapore: CIISCM
  • Morino, V. 2016. The answer lies within. Fraud Intelligence. October/November, pp. 23-25 London: Informa UK Ltd
  • Morino, V. 2016. «Blinkers Off»: counter-fraud, is it a self-serving profession? Fraud Intelligence. April/May, pp. 21-23 London: Informa UK Ltd.
  • Iyer, N. and Morino, V. 2012. Når skatterettferd ikke er den eneste utfordringen– perspektiver fra korrupsjonsgranskere. Skjult: Skatteparadis, kapitalflukt og hemmelighold. (translation from Norwegian “When tax justice is not the only challenge- perspectives from corruption investigators. Hidden: Tax havens, Capital Flight and secrecy). Skjult, pp 90-93. Oslo: Tax Justice Network
  • Kvalnes, Ø. and Morino, V. 2012. Pliktløp mot korrupsjon (translation from Norwegian: ”Duty race against corruption”). Lov og Rett, 51/6, pp 351-358 Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.
  • Minogue, R. and Morino, V. 2011. Triangles have three sides, not two. Fraud Intelligence, February/March, pp. 8-11 London: Informa UK Ltd.
  • Iyer, N. and Morino, V. 2009. The stable door is still open. Fraud Intelligence. October/November, pp. 9-12 London: Informa UK Ltd.
  • Minogue, R. and Morino, V. 2008. Fraud and Corruption prevention: designing an awareness training programme. Fraud Intelligence. December 2007/January 2008, pp.6-9 London: Informa UK Ltd
  • Minogue, R. and Morino, V. 2007. Self Defence. Fraud Intelligence. October/November, pp.14-17 London: Informa UK Ltd
  • Iyer, N., Morino, V., Wieland, P. 2006. Measuring Resistance to Fraud and Corruption. Paper presented at the second international CSR Conference in Berlin.
  • Morino, V. 2002. Il management della corruzione (translation from Italian “The management of corruption”). Next. Strumenti per l’innovazione, IV/14, pp. 64-70. Roma/Milano: S3 Studium/FMR spa.

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