National, institutional and international approaches to research integrity: an Australian perspective

Ren Yi*

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Research integrity management has become increasingly important, not only in Australia but also in the international arena. The main purpose of research integrity management is to reduce the risk while value-adding for the research community. Due to increasing competition for research funding and publications, the risk for research integrity management has increased dramatically, not only in developed countries but also developing countries. Cross-institutional research collaboration domestically and internationally has increased the complexity for research integrity management. All stakeholders such as governments, funding bodies, research institutions and researchers should be included through the management supply chain. This paper attempts to understand research integrity management at the national, institutional and international levels from the Australian perspective.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPromoting research integrity in a global environment
EditorsTony Mayer, Nicholas Steneck
Place of PublicationSingapore
PublisherWorld Scientific Publishing
Number of pages7
ISBN (Electronic)9789814340984
ISBN (Print)9814340979, 9789814340977
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventWorld Conference on Research Integrity (2nd : 2010) - Singapore
Duration: 21 Jul 201024 Jul 2010


ConferenceWorld Conference on Research Integrity (2nd : 2010)


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