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Ethics, Power, and Academic Corruption

Posted: 25 Jun 2011 Last revised: 30 Jan 2013

Chauncey M. DePree Jr.

University of Southern Mississippi - College of Business Administration - Accounting

Date Written: June 24, 2011

Abstract

Faculty and administrators had choices of well-known university and accreditation principles and rules to follow or refuse to follow as the events unfolded. The choices and evidence in this report support the conclusion that accreditation is not a reliable authority on academic quality.

Keywords: Ethics, Power, Accreditation, Academic Quality, Empirical Research, Logic

Suggested Citation

DePree, Chauncey M., Ethics, Power, and Academic Corruption (June 24, 2011). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1872073 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1872073

Chauncey M. DePree Jr. (Contact Author)

University of Southern Mississippi - College of Business Administration - Accounting ( email )

Hattiesburg, MS 39406
United States
601-297-3404 (Phone)

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