CORRUPTION IN ACCESS TO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

  • Deliversky J
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Abstract

Education is universally valued as a formative condition of human and<br />national development. Corruption not only distorts access to education<br />but also affects the quality of education and the reliability of<br />academic research findings. Corruption risks can be found at every level<br />of education and research systems.<br />Corruption in education has adverse implications for educational quality<br />and learning outcomes. Financial fraud remains a major challenge for<br />universities. The lack of academic integrity can also lead to corruption<br />practices. The ingredients of good university governance can be used for<br />combating corruption.<br />Better management, good governance and oversight of funds in<br />traditionally vulnerable areas, could help reduce financial fraud in<br />education system.

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Deliversky, J. (2016). CORRUPTION IN ACCESS TO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. Journal of IMAB - Annual Proceeding (Scientific Papers), 22(1), 1086–1087. https://doi.org/10.5272/jimab.2016221.1086

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