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On Responsive Regulation of Academic Misconduct in Colleges and Universities

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DOI: 10.38007/Proceedings.0000695


HuilingWang, HaoqiongLian

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Research integrity is the foundation of colleges and universities. In order to maintain a good environment for academic research, it is necessary to have a relatively perfect system of academic misconduct norms. However, the actual regulatory effect of the existing regulatory mode is not ideal. From the perspective of micro-power theory, the main reason is that the existing regulatory mode lacks enough pressure and motivation for the regulatory subject of academic misconduct -- colleges and universities. Instead, the theory of responsive regulation not only gives advanced reflection on the micro-power theory to solve problems, but also provides a possible path to improve the regulation of academic misconduct in colleges and universities in the future.


Colleges and universities; Academic misconduct; Responsive regulation; Micro-power