Veronica Morino

Doctoral StudentVeronica Morino

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Veronica Morino has a MA in Sociology (Economic Sociology; Organisational Sociology; Sociology of Work) and a MA in Organisational Science from “La Sapienza“ University of Rome. She has over 18 years’ experience in in the area of prevention, detection and investigation of corruption and fraud around the world. Veronica has also assisted several organisations in the development 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.

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Veronica lead the production of multimedia solutions for integrity awareness programs and helped with the development of leading indicators to predict and prevent where fraud will strike. She is also specialised in models to assess resistance and resilience to fraud and corruption in organisations. She is a well-regarded speaker and teaches at a number of institutions.

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Research

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.

Publications

Books

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, M., Morino, V. 2011. The Anatomy of Fraud and Corruption. Farnham, Surrey: Gower Publishing

Articles

International Institute of Security & Crisis Management (CIISCM). Issue 1 January 2019, 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., 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., 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., Morino, V. 2011. Triangles have three sides, not two. Fraud Intelligence, February/March, pp. 8-11 London: Informa UK Ltd

Iyer, N., Morino, V. 2009. The stable door is still open. Fraud Intelligence. October/November, pp. 9-12 London: Informa UK Ltd

Minogue, R., 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., 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 form 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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