Fraud and Misconduct in Research

Nick Roll, Inside Higher Ed, Dec 06, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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Summary of a book that "serves as a look at how (academic)0 fraud, and the response to it, has changed over the years" followed by an interview with the authors.  "Fraud in research reflects a systemic problem and does not reflect only an individual level," they write. "One of our conclusions is that fraud in research probably reflects an iceberg phenomenon (e.g., we know only of a small fraction of the cases) rather than a bad apple one." Lovely.

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