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  • Corrupt schools, corrupt universities: what can be done?

    Rigged calls for tender, embezzlement of funds, illegal registration fees, academic fraud - there is no lack of empirical data illustrating the diverse forms that corruption can take in the education sector. Surveys suggest that fund leakage from...

    Hallak, Jacques, Poisson, Muriel

    Paris, UNESCO, 2007

  • Escolas corruptas, universidades corruptas: o que fazer? Resumo executivo

    Este livro apresenta as conclusões da pesquisa conduzida pelo IIPE no campo da ética e da corrupção em educação. Tem como base todas as atividades realizadas com marco de referência incluindo uma oficina preparatória, visitas de estudo, seminário...

    Hallak, Jacques, Poisson, Muriel

    Brasilia, UNESCO, 2007

  • Fighting corruption in transition economies

    These reports are a review six countries' legal and institutional framework for fighting corruption, in accordance with the framework provided by the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies, based at the OECD. The review examines: national...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 2007

  • Performance accountability and combating corruption

    This volume provides advice on how to institutionalize performance-based accountability, especially in countries that lack good accountability systems. The volume describes how institutions of accountability may be strengthened to combat corruption...

    Shah, Anwar

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2007

  • Political cleaners: How women are the new anti-corruption force

    This paper explores the emergence of the myth of women's lesser propensity than men to engage in corrupt activity. It shows that the notion that women are more likely to behave with probity and integrity, is ironically the reverse of a myth that has...

    Goetz, Anne Marie

    Oxford, Blackwell publishing, 2007

  • Newspaper

    Science and fraud, guilty connection

    France

    Pierre Le Hir - Le Monde / Direct matin

    The ministry of Higher education and research entrusted to the national Centre of scientific research (CNRS) a mission on scientific integrity. Scientific fraud is varied: biased manufacturing or forgery of results, biased interpretation or selection of data, alteration of curves or images, plagiarism, theft of ideas, financial profit-sharing's ... The increasing pressure which practices on the researchers (among which the career and the credits depend strictly on the quantity of articles and on produced results) tend to multiply the fraudulent practices.

  • OECD Recommendation on Enhancing integrity in public procurement

    The OECD Council approved the Principles for Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement in the form of an OECD Recommendation on 16 October, 2008 with the OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria emphasising the importance of the Recommendation. The...

    OECD

    Paris, OECD, 2008

  • Newspaper

    Training for scholarly integrity

    USA

    Stuart Heiser - University World News

    This was the second annual Strategic Leaders Global Summit sponsored by the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS). Last year's meeting in Banff in Canada resulted in the "Banff Principles" to broadly guide international collaboration in graduate education; this year's summit focused on "best practices" specific to promoting scholarly integrity. Leaders in higher education agreed on issues and actions that have to lead to strengthen scholarly integrity because of the growing globalization of graduate education and research, and discussed on "best practices" to promote scholarly integrity.

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