Management Science on the Credibility Bubble: Cardinal Sins and Various Misdemeanors
Academy of Management Learning & Education
Academy of Management
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This research-based essay presents survey results collected from faculty in 104 PhD-granting management departments of AACSB-accredited business schools in the United States regarding 11 different types of questionable research conduct, including data fabrication, data falsification, plagiarism, inappropriately accepting or assigning authorship credit, and publishing the same data or results in two or more publications. Findings suggest that instances of research misconduct covering a broad array of behaviors are not unknown to survey respondents.
Business | Education | Higher Education | Management Information Systems | Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods
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Bedeian, A. G.,
Taylor, S. G.,
Miller, A. N.
Management Science on the Credibility Bubble: Cardinal Sins and Various Misdemeanors.
Academy of Management Learning & Education, 9(4),