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573. Can Academic Fraud Be Stopped?

573. Can Academic Fraud Be Stopped?

Update: 2024-01-182
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Probably not — the incentives are too strong. Scholarly publishing is a $28 billion global industry, with misconduct at every level. But a few reformers are gaining ground.   (Part 2 of 2)

 

  • SOURCES:
    • Max Bazerman, professor of business administration at Harvard Business School.
    • Leif Nelson, professor of business administration at the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business.
    • Brian Nosek, professor of psychology at the University of Virginia and executive director at the Center for Open Science.
    • Ivan Oransky, distinguished journalist-in-residence at New York University, editor-in-chief of The Transmitter, and co-founder of Retraction Watch.
    • Joseph Simmons, professor of applied statistics and operations, information, and decisions at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
    • Uri Simonsohn, professor of behavioral science at Esade Business School.
    • Simine Vazire, professor of psychology at the University of Melbourne and editor-in-chief of Psychological Science.

 

 

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573. Can Academic Fraud Be Stopped?

573. Can Academic Fraud Be Stopped?

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