Corruption in higher education: global challenges and responses

Autor(es): 
Denisova-Schmidt, Elena
Editor: Brill, Sense, 2020
Paginación: xiv-183 p.
Serie: Global perspectives on higher education, 46

The lack of academic integrity combined with the prevalence of fraud and other forms of unethical behavior are problems that higher education faces in both developing and developed countries, at mass and elite universities, and at public and private institutions. While academic misconduct is not new, massification, internationalization, privatization, digitalization, and commercialization have placed ethical challenges higher on the agenda for many universities. Corruption in academia is particularly unfortunate, not only because the high social regard that universities have traditionally enjoyed, but also because students—young people in critical formative years—spend a significant amount of time in universities. How they experience corruption while enrolled might influence their later personal and professional behavior, the future of their country, and much more. Further, the corruption of the research enterprise is especially serious for the future of science. The contributors to Corruption in Higher Education: Global Challenges and Responses bring a range of perspectives to this critical topic.

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Fraude académico, Trampa , Factoría de trabajos académicos , Títulos falsos, Plagio, Corrupción, Conflicto de interés, Fraude, Gestión educacional, Administración de la universidad , Ética, Globalización, Integridad, Investigación, Alumnos/estudiantes, Comportamiento de los alumnos/estudiantes , Personal universitario , Comportamiento del personal universitario , Juventud
África, Asia y Pacífico, Europa
Armenia, India, Indonesia, Federación de Rusia, Ucrania