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  • Corruption: causes, consequences and cures

    The paper stresses the need to keep the issue of corruption squarely in view of the development agenda. It discusses the causes and consequences of corruption, especially in the context of a least-developed country with considerable regulation and...

    Myint, U.

    2016

  • Revisiting insider-outsider research in comparative and international education

    This volume recognises how many researchers across the social sciences, and in comparative and international education in particular, see themselves as insiders or outsiders or, more pertinently, shifting combinations of both, in the research process...

    Crossley, Michael, Arthur, Lore, McNess, Elizabeth

    Oxford, Symposium Books, 2016

  • Teaching comparative education: trends and issues informing practice

    With chapter contributions from seminal scholars in the field of comparative and international education (CIE), this book examines the ways in which comparative education is being taught, or advocated for, in teacher education within higher education...

    Kubow, Patricia K., Blosser, Allisson H.

    Oxford, Symposium Books, 2016

  • Favor reciprocation theory in education: new corruption typology

    Embedded in a systemic and chronic process, corruption in education is a pervasive element that exacerbates developing countries' efforts to educate their citizens. Understanding the cumulative impact rests upon exposing key features of educational...

    Sabic-El-Rayess, Amra, Mansur, Naheed Natasha

    2016

  • Favor reciprocation theory in education: new corruption typology

    Embedded in a systemic and chronic process, corruption in education is a pervasive element that exacerbates developing countries’ efforts to educate their citizens. Understanding the cumulative impact rests upon exposing key features of educational...

    Sabic-El-Rayess, Amra; Mansur, Naheed Natasha

    2016

  • Beyond honour codes: bringing students into the academic integrity equation

    Honour codes represent a successful and unique, student-led, 'bottomup' approach to the promotion of academic integrity (AI). With increased flexibility, globalisation and distance or blended education options, most institutions operate in very...

    Richards, Deborah; Saddiqui, Sonia; McGuigan, Nicholas; Homewood, Judi

    2016

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