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Anderson Faculty Member Profile

Richard Brody, PhD

    Richard Brody
    • Professor
    • Information Assurance Concentration Advisor
    • Accounting
    • Phone: (505) 277-7258
    • brody@unm.edu
    • Office: ASM 2126


Vita
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Office Hours

  • Monday: 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
  • Monday: 12:15 PM-12:45 PM
  • Tuesday: 04:45 PM-05:15 PM
  • Wednesday: 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
  • Wednesday: 12:15 PM-12:45 PM

Courses

  • MGMT 443-001, MW, 1100-1215, GSM 117
  • MGMT 551-001
  • MGMT 642-001, M, 1500-1730, GSM 302
  • MGMT 642-100, M, 1500-1730, GSM 302

Course syllabi (if available)


The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.

  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. ., Van Buren, H. . (2015). Further Beyond the Basic Background Check: Predicting Future Unethical Behavior. Business and Society Review, 120 (4), 549-576. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Cox, V. ., Kern, S. . (2015). Gender Equity in the Accounting Profession: An Update. Accounting Educators' Journal, 25, 131-146. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Pickard, M. . (2015). Computer-assisted Interviews: Fact or Folly?. Fraud Magazine, 30 (4), 22-27. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Cox, V. . (2015). Background Investigations: A Comparison Analysis of Background Checks and Federal Security Clearance Investigations. Business Studies Journal, 7 (1), 84-94. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Haynes, C. ., White, C. . (2015). Is PCAOB Standard No. 5 Impairing Auditor Ofjectivity?. Current Issues in Auditing, 9 (2), C1-C7. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Chettry, A. ., White, W. . (2014). Proliferation of Credit Card Fraud with Current Technological Advances. Insights to a Changing World (2), 89-104. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Haynes, C. ., Mejia, H. . (2014). Income Tax Return Scams and Identity Theft. Accounting and Finance Research, 3 (1), 90-95. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Haynes, C. ., White, C. . (2014). The Impact of Audit Reforms on Objectivity during the Performance of Non-Audit Services. Managerial Auditing Journal, 29 (3), 222-236. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. ., Paperny, J. . (2014). Dubunking the Myth of the Out of Character Offense. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 6 (2), 1-51. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Sinclair, D. . (2013). Romance Fraud: Taking a Lack of Ethics to a New Low. Ethics & Critical Thinking, 2, 84-94. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Pickard, M. ., Burns, M. . (2013). The Effect of Embodied Agents on Users' Behavior. Insights to a Changing World, 13 (1), 53-72. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2013). Affinity is Only Skin Deep: Insidious Fraud of Familiarity. Fraud Magazine, 28 (2), 42-49. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Gonzales, K. ., Oldham, D. . (2013). Wi-Fi Hotspots: Secure or Ripe for Fraud?. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 5 (2), 27-47. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Mahto, R. . (2012). A Model of Knowledge Transfer in Organizations. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs (1), 87-106. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Melendy, S. ., Perri, F. . (2012). Commentary from the American Accounting Association's 2011 Annual Meeting on Emerging issues in Fraud Research. Accounting Horizons, 26 (3), 513-531. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). External Auditors' Willingness to Rely on the Work in Internal Auditors: The Influence of Work Style & Barriers to Cooperation. Advances in Accounting, 28 (1), 11-21. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Brizzee, W. ., Cano, L. . (2012). Flying Under the Radar: Social Engineering. International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, 20 (4), 335-347. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2012). The Optics of Fraud: Affiliations that Enhance Offender Credibility. Journal of Financial Crime, 19 (3), 305-320. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2011). Birds of the Same Feather: The Dangers of Affinity Fraud. Journal of Forensic Studies in Accounting and Business, 3 (1), 33-46. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Banward, D. ., Hawthorne, K. . (2011). Corporate Smartphones in Danger!. Fraud Magazine, 26 (6), 19-23. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Burd, S. ., Luo, X. ., Seazzu, A. . (2011). Social Engineering: The Neglected Human Factor for Information Security Management. Information Resources Management Journal, 24 (3), 1-8. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). The New Victims of Identity Theft: Children. Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting, 3 (2), 150-161. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2011). The Sleeping Watchdog: AKA the Securities and Exchange Commission. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 19 (3), 208-221. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Luo, X. ., Seazzu, A. . (2011). Electronic Discovery: A Descriptive Analysis of Technological, Legal and Managerial Issues. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly, 59 (3), 531-541. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Braswell, D. . (2011). Internet Sales and Auction Fraud - Caveat Emptor. Insights to a Changing World, 2, 1-15. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2011). The Dark Triad: Organized Crime, Terror and Fraud. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 14 (1), 44-59. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Perri, F. . (2011). The Sallie Rohrbach Story: Lessons for Auditors and Fraud Examiners. Journal of Financial Crime, 18 (1), 93-104. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. ., Kiehl, K. . (2010). From White-Collar Crime to Red-Collar Crime. Journal of Financial Crime, 17 (3), 351-364. [Refereed. Article.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Beyond the Basic Background Check: Hiring the Right Employees. Management Research News, 33 (3), 210-223. [Refereed. Article.]

The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.

The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.

  • Brody, R. . (2015). Financial Services Sector: The Anatomy of a Fraudster. The New Mexico InfraGard Critical Infrastructure Summit, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud 2.0: What Every Academic Needs to Know. Integrating Business Ethics Conference, Nashville (Tennessee). [ National.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraudsters, Scam Artists and Murderers.". Colorado State University, Dept of Accounting, Fort Collins (Colorado). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Protecting You and Your Loved Ones from Fraudsters and Scam Artists. Albuquerque Bar Association, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Defending You and Your Loved Ones against Fraudsters and Scam Artists. U.S. District Court of New Mexico, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ National.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud and Financial Mismanagement: The Anatomy of a Fraudster.. Southwest Learning Centers and SAMS Academy, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud Awareness (and more) in Nonprofit Organizations: A Service Learning Project. Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting, Chicago (Illinois). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud Detection Suicide: The Dark Side of White-Collar Crime. American Accounting Association, Chicago (Illinois). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Gender Equity in the Accounting Profession: Progress or Good Marketing?. American Accounting Association, Chicago (Illinois). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Colorado State University, Dept of Accounting, Fort Collins (Colorado). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Anatomy of a Fraudster in Your Arts Business. Keshet Ideas and Innovation Center, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Elder Fraud: Detection and Prevention. Santa Fe Estate Planning Council, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Avatar Interviewers: Tireless, Dedicated Investigative Partners. American Accounting Association Forensic & Investigative Section Midyear Meeting, Denver (Colorado). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Anatomy of a Fraudster. Institute of Management Accountants, Los Angeles (California). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud Awareness (and more) in Nonprofit Organizations: A Service Learning Project. American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Region, Cherry Hill (New Jersey). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Fraud Detection Suicide: The Dark of White-Collar Crime. American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Region, Cherry Hill (New Jersey). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2015). Protecting Yourself from Faudsters & Scam Artists. Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Teaching Business Ethics Workshop, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). Protecting the Elderly from Fraud. Small Business Development Center - Mesalands Community College, Tucumcari (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Small Business Development Center - Mesalands Community College, Tucumcari (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). Advising and Protecting the Elderly and their Assets and Investments: Elder Fraud and Red Collar Crimes. Annual Estate Planning Update 2014 - Wilcox & Sikelianos, P.C., Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). Red Collar Crime. DePaul University, Driehaus College of Business, Forensic & Investigative Accounting Class, Chicago (Illinois). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago (Illinois). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Office of the New Jersey Attorney General, Hamilton (New Jersey). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). From White Collar to Red Collar Crime. Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), Crystal City (Virginia). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). White or Red (Collar Crime)?. New Mexico Society of CPAs, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). White or Red (Collar Crime)?. Gap, Inc., Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2014). Hope for the Future: Where are the Fraud Fighters?. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, San Antonio (Texas). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Albuquerque Chapter of Certified Public Accountants, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). From White Collar to Red Collar Crime. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Arizona Chapter, Scottsdale (Arizona). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Integrating Service Learning into a Fraud/Forensic Accounting Course. American Accounting Association, Anaheim (California). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). White or Red (Collar Crime). Association of Certified Fraud Examiners New Mexico Chapter, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Association of Fundraising Professionals, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Fraud, Fraudsters and Victims. Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Teaching Business Ethics Workshop, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Have Recent Reforms Improved Auditor Objectivity When Providing Non-Audit Services?. American Accounting Association Southwest Region, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [Refereed. Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Hiring the 'Right' People: Honesty and Integrity Tests. American Accounting Association Southwest Region, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [Refereed. Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Sustaining an Anti-Fraud Curriculum in Higher Education. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Las Vegas (Nevada). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). White Collar Crime and Financial Crime. Department of Justice, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ National.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). Fraud Happens: White Collar Crime and Beyond. University of New Mexico Board of Regents' Academic/Student Affairs & Research Committee, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Executive MBA All Class Reception, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Department of Computer Science Colloquium, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2013). White or Red (Collar Crime). Association of Government Accountants Annual Professional Development Conference, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Have Recent Reforms Improved Auditor Objectivity When Providing Non-Audit Services?. Gerald Albaum Research Seminar Series, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Fraud: Prevention and Detection Tips for Your Small Business. Seminar Sponsored by CitiCards, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Regional.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). The Art of Manipulation. Teaching Business Ethics Workshop, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Flying Under the Radar: Social Engineering. American Accounting Association Forensic & Investigative Section Midyear Meeting, Chicago (Illinois). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Fraud Happens: White Collar Crime and Beyond. New Mexico Attorney General's Office, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). It May Be Legal But is it Ethical?. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Orlando (Florida). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Red or White (Collar Crime). Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). Engaging in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination Research. American Accounting Association Forensic & Investigative Section Midyear Meeting, Chicago (Illinois). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2012). How to Integrate Service Learning Projects into Forensic Accounting/Fraud Examinations Classes. American Accounting Association Forensic & Investigative Section Midyear Meeting, Chicago (Illinois). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. Construction Financial Management Association - Albuquerque Chapter, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). An Examination of Auditor Objectivity When Providing Non-Audit Services. American Accounting Association, Denver (Colorado). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Birds of the Same Feather: The Dangers of Affinity Fraud. American Accounting Association, Denver (Colorado). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Publication Opportunities in Fraud Magazine. American Accounting Association, Denver (Colorado). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Fraud Prevention and Detection. Rotary Club of Albuquerque, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ Local.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Fraud and Conflicts of Interest. Is Misconduct a State of Mind?. Responsible Conduct of Research Symposium, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Red Collar Crime: Murder Happens. Fraud and Forensic Accounting Education Conference, Savannah (Georgia). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). An Examination of External and Internal Auditor Objectivity When Providing Non-Audit Services. American Accounting Association Auditing Section Mid-year Meeting, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Anatomy of a Fraudster. New Mexico Estate Planning Council, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Fraud: A Business Expense You Cannot Afford, Part 1. ACCION, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2011). Fraud: A Business Expense You Cannot Afford, Part 2. ACCION, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ State.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Fighting Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations. Albuquerque Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Fraud, Non-Profit Organizations and Red-Collar Crime. El Paso Chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants, El Paso (Texas). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Fraud in the Workplace. Crime Prevention and Safety Planning Council of the Alb Chamber of Commerce, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). The Anatomy of a Fraudster. AAA-CPA Annual Meeting, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). When White Collar Crime Turns Red. Albuquerque Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Albuquerque (New Mexico). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Consulting Service Post- Sox: Has the Issue of Objectivity been Resolved. Southwest Regional Conference of the American Accounting Association, Dallas (Texas). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). Fighting Fraud in the 21st Century. Bill Daniels Business Ethics Workshop, Santa Fe (New Mexico). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). From White Collar to Red Collar. Information Assurance Analysis Skill Community Speaker Series - NSA, Fort Meade (Maryland). [ International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). From White Collar to Red Collar Crime. Southwest Regional Conference of the American Accounting Association, Dallas (Texas). [Refereed. International.]
  • Brody, R. . (2010). What is Information Assurance. Southwest Regional Conference of the American Accounting Association, Dallas (Texas). [Refereed. International.]

The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.

The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.

  • 2013. New Mexico Society of Certified Public Accountants.
  • 2013. Franklin Publishing.
  • 2012. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

The following works are from 2010 and after. Please contact the faculty member for work prior to 2010.


This information contains published works and is based on a January snapshot of the Sedona system after material for the annual review has been requested.