The Corruption of Ethics in Higher Education

  • Stephen Heyneman
Keywords: Corruption and Fraud, Students and Student Development, Bologna Process,

Abstract

Universities can be corrupt through the abuse of authority for both personal and material gain. In order to reduce corruption, quality assurance mechanisms might include anti-corruption evidence as a criterion for accreditation. Another implication is that development assistance agencies that make investments in higher education, may have to consider the level of corruption when making those investments.
Published
2015-03-25
How to Cite
Heyneman, S. (2015). The Corruption of Ethics in Higher Education. International Higher Education, (62). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2011.62.8530
Section
International