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21.12.2015

Briefing Paper on Research Integrity: What it Means, Why it Is Important and How we Might Protect it

This briefing paper looks at developments in efforts to address issues of research integrity. It explores the available data on the frequency of misconduct, why it is thought that researchers would commit misconduct in the first place, how national and international organisations have approached the promotion of research integrity, and the manner in which allegations of misconduct are handled.

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.5060050

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