Vellwock, AE and Wei, A (2020). On the Benfordness of academic citations. Preprint posted on research gate.net; last accessed March 16, 2021.
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Cho, WKT and Gaines, BJ (2007). Breaking the (Benford) law: Statistical fraud detection in campaign finance. American Statistician 61(3), pp. 218223. ISSN/ISBN:00031305. DOI:10.1198/000313007X223496.





Deckert, J, Myagkov, M and Ordeshook, PC (2011). Benford's Law and the Detection of Election Fraud. Political Analysis 19(3), pp. 245268. DOI:10.1093/pan/mpr014.





Durtschi, C, Hillison, W and Pacini, C (2004). The effective use of Benford’s law to assist in detecting fraud in accounting data. Journal of Forensic Accounting 15245586/Vol. V, pp. 1734.





Wei, A and Vellwock, AE (2020). Is COVID19 data reliable? A statistical analysis with Benford's Law. Preprint, posted September. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.31321.75365/1.




