A Study of the Academic Integrity Perceptions of Business Students in China and Their Business Decisions

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Conference Proceeding

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Marketing Education/ The Dynamic Business School

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Students in three universities in China shared their evaluations of ethical business behaviors. These evaluations were examined in relation to the influence of academic integrity measures such as acts of academic dishonesty detection, peer norms, faculty behavior and ethical training. Results indicate that for these students, perceived role of faculty and peer norms influence their evaluations of business behaviors. Participating in dishonest academic behaviors did not have a statistical influence. Implications of academic experiences are reviewed.

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