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Analysis of Academically Dishonest Practices: An Exploratory Study of MBAs at an Institute of Management in India
Management Faculty Research
  • Uday S. Tate, Marshall University
  • Avinash Waikar
  • Bob S. Brown
  • Suneel K. Maheshwari, Marshall University
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Article
Publication Date
3-1-2007
Abstract
A questionnaire on academic dishonesty was completed by a sample of 62 MBAs enrolled at an institute of management in India. About 20 percent of the respondents reported that they had participated in 12 of the 16 academically dishonest practices listed on the survey instrument. Approximately 95 percent of the respondents reported having participated in at least one of the sixteen practices. The study also looked at the differences related to gender, age, and grade point average (GPA), and how the findings compared to the results that have been reported in the literature. Future direction research are suggested.
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Reprinted with permission from the publisher Delhi Institute of Advanced Studies.

Citation Information
Tate, U. S., Waikar, A., Brown, B. S., & Maheshwari, S. K. (2007, March). Analysis of Academically Dishonest Practices: An Exploratory Study of MBAs at an Institute of Management in India. DIAS Technology Review, 3(2), 8-15.