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Eradicating favouritism in higher education: lessons learned from Türkiye

Özgür Çelik


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Favouritism is an acute issue that poses a substantial risk to competency or merit-based recruitment processes. Essentially, favouritism involves conferring an unjust benefit or advantage to specific individuals. It is a form of corruption which can impact not only the institutions concerned, but also, ultimately, wider society.

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