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The bibliography citations for Madoff and Enron, studies in strategic deception are as follows:

 

Lesson #1 -- An Introduction to Options

Lesson #6 -- Collar & Butterfly Trades

Jeff Bishop

StreetAuthority

 

Hedge Fund Bibliography

Edge-fund

 

Bernard L Madoff Investment Securities LLC

Key Employees

Top Competitors

Insurance Business Review

 

Madoff Case Symptom of Widespread Problems, SEC's Kotz Says

By SARAH N. LYNCH and SIOBHAN HUGHES

WSJ

JANUARY 5, 2009, 4:24 P.M. ET

 

Madoff Chasers Dug for Years, to No Avail

Regulators Probed at Least 8 Times Over 16 Years; Congress Starts Review of SEC Today

By KARA SCANNELL

WSJ

JANUARY 5, 2009

 

The Lessons to Be Learned From the Madoff Scandal

By JAMES B. STEWART

WSJ

DECEMBER 31, 2008, 11:16 A.M. ET

 

How Fairfield Explained Its Madoff Ponzi Returns

Henry Blodget

ClusterStock

Dec 30, 08 9:28 AM

 

Fairfield Greenwich: Our Secret Is Perfect Market Timing

Henry Blodget

ClusterStock

Dec 29, 2008

 

No Wonder Fairfield Greenwich Loved Madoff--The Rest Of Their Funds Were Dogs

Henry Blodget

ClusterStock

Dec 29, 2008

 

What Happened To Madoff's Money?

By Zachary Roth

TPM Muckraker

December 29, 2008, 3:25PM

 

Madoff's Victims to Review His Wallet

By Erik Larson

Bloomberg News

December 28, 2008

 

Madoff 'Feeders' Under Focus

Jenny Strasburg

WSJ

DECEMBER 27, 2008

 

Bernard Madoff?

By: Veryan Allen

iStockAnalyst

Friday, December 26, 2008 10:59 AM

 

Madoff Dealings Tarnish a Private Swiss Bank

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

New York Times

December 24, 2008

 

Traders Say Madoff's Strategy Was Unworkable

By ROB CURRAN

WSJ

DECEMBER 24, 2008

 

With Roots in '70s, Madoff Scheme Takes New Toll

Vienna's Bank Medici Had About $2.1 Billion Invested; Earliest Suspicions About Returns Now Date Back to '91

By TOM LAURICELLA and SCOTT PATTERSON

WSJ

DECEMBER 24, 2008

 

Where did all of Bernard Madoff's money go?

Madoff's $50 billion Ponzi scheme raises questions about where all that money went

RACHEL BECK

AP News

Dec 23, 2008 14:11 EST

 

Authorities Put the Screws To Madoff Accountants

Handcrafted by Flip on December 23, 2008

 

Probe Eyes Audit Files, Role of Aide To Madoff

By AMIR EFRATI, AARON LUCCHETTI and TOM LAURICELLA

WSJ

DECEMBER 23, 2008

 

Fooled by Ponzi (and Madoff)

How Bernard Madoff Made Off with My Money

by Stephen Greenspan

eSkeptic

December 23, 2008

 

In Madoff’s Wake, Scrutiny of Accounting Firms

By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

New York Times

December 22, 2008

 

Fund Of Funds Dirty Laundry: Get It While It's Hot

Posted by Equity Private

Dealbreaker

Dec 22, 2008, 11:25am

 

What We Wrote About Madoff

Our 2001 story, excerpted here, questioned Bernie Madoff's too-good-to-be-true track record well before his Ponzi scheme was exposed.

Barron’s

December 22, 2008

 

Bernard Madoff 'fraud': Increased scrutiny in hedge fund industry

The future for hedge funds such as the one run by Bernard Madoff is bleak as regulators seek to avoid further scandal.

By Andrew Cave

Telegraph

Last Updated: 10:43AM GMT 21 Dec 2008

 

A Scheme With No Off Button

By CATHERINE RAMPELL

New York Times

December 21, 2008

 

Madoff Created Air of Mystery

By ROBERT FRANK and TOM LAURICELLA

WSJ

DECEMBER 20, 2008

 

Thousands Appear to Be on Client List

By KARA SCANNELL

WSJ

DECEMBER 19, 2008

 

The Impressionable Elites Get Snookered

By MARK PENN

With E. Kinney Zalesne

DECEMBER 19, 2008, 11:42 A.M. ET

 

Unlikely Player Pulled Into Madoff Swirl

By STEPHEN LABATON

New York Times

December 19, 2008

 

Mass. investor saw inside Madoff scam

Massachusetts investor saw inside Madoff scam 9 years ago, but few listened

By Jay Lindsay, Associated Press Writer

AP

December 19, 8:30 am ET

 

Fairfield Extended Madoff's Reach

Investment Fund's Marketing Effort Helped to Raise Billions for Money Manager

By JENNY STRASBURG, PETER LATTMAN, CASSELL BRYAN-LOW and THOMAS CATAN

DECEMBER 19, 2008

(See Correction & Amplification below.)

 

Family Filled Posts at Industry Groups

By ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON and KARA SCANNELL

WSJ

DECEMBER 18, 2008

 

SPLIT STRIKE CONVERSION STRATEGY: BERNARD MADOFF PONZI SCHEME

CAMBRIDGE FORECAST GROUP BLOG

December 18, 2008 at 12:43 am

 

Madoff Misled SEC in '06, Got Off

By GREGORY ZUCKERMAN and KARA SCANNELL

WSJ

DECEMBER 18, 2008

PDF of WSJ article, ouside firewall

 

The Man Who Conned The World

$600 Million In Jewish Charitable Funds Lost        

By H. Rettig Gur and A. Hoffman

5 Towns Jewish Times

December 18, 2008

 

Update on the Madoff fraud case

Questions & Answers

Private and Confidential – for the sole use of UBP Investors

UBP Alternative Investments

Geneva 17 December 2008

 

WALL STREET VETERAN ARRESTED FOR RUNNING MASSIVE PONZI SCHEME…IMPLICATED IN $50BILLION FRAUD

by Fortune&Class

Fortune&Class Magazine

Posted on December 17, 2008

 

Madoff Scheme Had Early Skeptics

Michael Ocrant

Institutional Investor

17 Dec 2008

Michael Ocrant's 2001 article reveals early skepticism about the financier.

Madoff Tops Charts; Skeptics Ask How [Reprint of original]

 

What would Galbraith have made of Madoff?

Peter Moreira

Dealscape

Posted on December 17, 2008 at 2:04 PM

 

The 17th Floor, Where Wealth Went to Vanish

By DIANA B. HENRIQUES and ALEX BERENSON

New York Times

December 15, 2008

 

In Geneva, Spotlight Casts an Unwelcome Glare on Banks

By CHARLES FORELLE

DECEMBER 17, 2008, 10:29 A.M. ET

 

Congress poised to probe Madoff's alleged fraud

AP

Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008

 

Madoff scam is part of "the bezzle"

Richard Parker, interviewed by Kai Vigeland

Marketplace, American Public Media

December 16, 2008

 

Schooled by scandal

Commentary: Madoff case shows investors the red flags of financial advice

By Chuck Jaffe, MarketWatch

Last update: 10:49 p.m. EST Dec. 16, 2008

 

Madoff scam is part of "the bezzle"

Richard Parker, interviewed by Kai Vigeland

Marketplace, American Public Media

December 16, 2008

 

SEC Didn't Act on Madoff Tips

Regulator Was Warned About Possible Fraud as Early as 1999

By Binyamin Appelbaum and David S. Hilzenrath

Washington Post

December 16, 2008

 

Inquiry Finds No Signs Family Aided Madoff

DealBook

December 16, 2008, 7:17 am

 

Madoff had early skeptic in Boston gumshoe

by Craig M. Douglas

Boston Business Journal -

December 16, 2008

 

Madoff ‘Tragedy’ Said to Have Escaped Scrutiny by SEC (Update4)

By David Scheer and Jesse Westbrook

Bloomberg

Dec. 15, 2008

 

Just Because Madoff Used It Doesn't Mean the Collar Strategy Is Tainted

by: Don Fishback

Seeking Alpha

December 14, 2008

 

Investment Adviser Aksia Warned Clients of Madoff ‘Red Flags’

By David Glovin, Karen Freifeld and David Voreacos

Bloomberg

Dec. 13, 2008

 

Hedge Funds Are Victims, Raising Further Questions

By MICHAEL J. de la MERCED

New York Times

December 13, 2008

 

I Knew Bernie Madoff Was Cheating--That's Why I Invested With Him

Henry Blodget

ClusterStock

Dec 12, 08 6:03 AM

 

Madoff's arrest in billion-dollar fraud case shocks Palm Beach investors

By JANE MUSGRAVE

Palm Beach Post

December 12, 2008

 

Be Smart, but Don’t Think That You’re Special

By RON LIEBER and TARA SIEGEL BERNARD

New York Times

Published: December 12, 2008

 

The original "Don't ask, don't tell" Madoff story

Posted by Palmoni at 8:27 PM

Wall Street Manna

December 11, 2008

 

Dear Clients and Friends [letter]

Jim Vos, CEO and Head of Research; Jake Walthour, Head of Advisory Services

Aksia

December 11, 2008 

 

Hedge fund managers 'funereal' in midst of crisis

More pain expected, but some look for opportunities in 'rubble'

By Alistair Barr

MarketWatch

Last update: 8:32 p.m. EST Nov. 7, 2008

 

Butterfly Trade

by John Jansen

Across the Curve

June 4, 2008 12:53 pm

 

Some Lessons on the Rescue of Long-Term Capital Management

By Joseph G. Haubrich

Federal Reserve Bank Of Cleveland

Program on Financial Stability and Contingency Planning

Policy Discussion Papers NUMBER 19

APRIL 2007

 

Critical Thinking and Intelligence Analysis

David T. Moore

NDIC PRESS

Occasional Paper #14

2007

 

STRATAGEM: Deception and Surprise in War

Barton Whaley

Artech House

ISBN-10: 1596931981

January 2007

 

So Many Ways to Lie: The Complexity of Denial and Deception

David T. Moore and William N. Reynolds

Defense Intelligence Journal

Vol 15, Number 2 (Fall 2006)

MIRROR

 

The World's Largest Hedge Fund is a Fraud

November 7, 2005 Submission to the SEC

Madoff Investment Securities, LLC

www.madoff.com

 

Ten Lessons Learned from the Collapse of Long-Term Capital Management

by Bill Coffin

Risk Management

Volume 55, September 2008

 

Signals, Sprignals and Noise: Deception Analysis in Financial Events

Gordon Housworth

The Journal, Stout Risius Ross

Fall 2005, Pages 20-22

 

Integrating Methods and Tools to Counter Denial and Deception

Ed Waltz

BAE SYSTEMS Advanced Information Technologies

2005 International Conference on Intelligence Analysis

Papers/Tutorials (sorted by Author)

May 2005

 

Enron and Andersen - What Went Wrong and Why Similar Audit Failures Could Happen Again

Matthew J. Barrett

Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Date posted: September 07, 2005 ; Last revised: September 08, 2005

From: Enron: Corporate Fiascos and Their Implications, edited by Nancy Rapoport, Bala Dharan, Foundation Press, 2004, pp. 155-168

 

Detecting Deception by Analysis of Competing Hypotheses

Christopher Elsaesser, Frank J. Stech

MITRE, 2003

 

Enron & Arthur Anderson: to comply is not enough

Part One, Spurious Signals – The Culpable, Gullible and the Hobbled
Part Two, Mixed Signals – Sins of Omission and Commission, Cooptation and Valor
Gordon Housworth

CriticalEYE, The Competitive Intelligence magazine for Europe
August 2002, Pages 20-25

 

Lessons From The Collapse Of Hedge Fund, Long-Term Capital Management

by David Shirreff

International Financial Risk Institute (IFRI)

Also "LTCM : Lessons from its Collapse", Case Folio, April 2002

 

The Inevitability of Enron and the Impossibility of 'Auditor Independence' Under the Current Audit System

Sean M. O'Connor

March 1, 2002

Social Science Research Network (SSRN)

Date posted: March 11, 2002 ; Last revised: March 30, 2002

 

Foreign Denial and Deception: Minimizing the Impact to Operational Intelligence

By Brian P. Cyr

Naval War College

4 February 2002

 

Understanding The Butterfly Strategy

L. Martellini, P. Priaulet and S. Priaulet

Research and Innovation Notes (RI NOTES) No 2002-01

 

Madoff tops charts; skeptics ask how

By Michael Ocrant

MAR/Hedge (RIP) Page 1

No. 89 May 2001

 

Don't Ask, Don't Tell

Bernie Madoff is so secretive, he even asks investors to keep mum

By ERIN E. ARVEDLUND

BARRONS

May 7, 2001

Public MIRROR Full Text

 

Deception

Center for the Study of Intelligence

APPROVED FOR RELEASE 1994

CIA HISTORICAL REVIEW PROGRAM

2 JULY, 1996

 

Deception:  An Integral Part Of Warfare

AUTHOR Major Jack L. Hughes, USMC

CSC 1990

 

Deception

NEWSLETTER NO. 3-88       

prepared by Andrea Cozad, CALL, Ft. Leavenworth, KS

1988

 

Gaming: Prospective for Forecasting

Garry D. Brewer

RAND P-5178

February 1974

Gordon Housworth



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