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Scientific misconduct and research ethics in economics: an introduction

Altuğ Yalçıntaş () and James Wible

Review of Social Economy, 2016, vol. 74, issue 1, 1-6

Abstract: Since the screening of Inside Job in movie theatres around the world in 2010, research integrity in economics has been questioned by scholars and public intellectuals. Prestigious economists and policy makers are accused of conflicts of interest while prominent economists are charged with plagiarism and self-plagiarism. Some of these economists replied to accusations about themselves while many others have preferred not to respond at all. These days, economists hear the following question more often than before: “what is wrong with economics?”

Date: 2016
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DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2016.1150731

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