Written by Ian Freckelton and published by Oxford University Press, “Scholarly Misconduct” is a cross disciplinary analysis of misconduct. It ranges from from research fraud, conflicts of interest, and plagiarism through to sexual misconduct and offensive behaviour, as well as the role of whistleblowers.

The table of contents reads:

1: Introduction
2: Research Misconduct: Profiles, Principles and Problems
3: Research Misconduct: Examples and Solutions
4: Conflicts of Interest
5: Forensic Misconduct
6: Plagiarism
7: Dishonesty and Breach of Intellectual Property Rights
8: Offensive Behaviour
9: Sexual Misconduct
10: Alcohol-Associated Misconduct
11: Whistleblowing
12: Reasserting Scholarly Integrity

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