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Research Ethics Education in Economics

Altuğ Yalçıntaş () and Isil Selcuk ()

Review of Social Economy, 2016, vol. 74, issue 1, 53-74

Abstract: In this paper, we report the findings from the data we collected from a survey in order to measure how common research ethics education in economics is. We have found out that (1) research ethics is taught in only a very few economics departments around the globe; (2) topics related to research ethics are not taught in courses on economics and ethics; and (3) the number of papers published in specialised peer-reviewed journals on economics education is only a tiny fraction of the number of papers published in these journals. There has been no evidence in economics showing that economics departments have taken strong initiative on teaching research ethics to undergraduate and graduate students.

Date: 2016
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DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2015.1100847

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