Literature and Media

On this page, you can find various resources related to ethics and integrity in academic research and publishing. 

ORI Lab Game

The Office of Research Integrity of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Servives has developed a simulation game called "The Lab: Avoiding Research Misconduct”, which presents the player with various ethical dilemma’s concerning daily research practices.

Souce: Office of Research Integrity (ORI)


ABRI highly recommends watching the Academy of Management Ethics of Research and Publishing video series. This eight part series explores questions in academic research and publishing on the topics of Authorship, Plagiarism, Slicing the Data in Publications, Publishing in Journals, Conference Papers and Presentations, Reporting Research, Reviewing Manuscripts, and Global Ethics in Publishing.



Source: Academy of Management

Recommended literature

  • Fanelli, D, (2009). How Many Scientists Fabricate and Falsify Research? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Survey Data, Plos One, Volume: 4 Issue: 5 Article Number: e5738
  • Kacmar, MK, (2009). An Ethical Quiz, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 52, No. 3, 432-434
  • Martin, BR, (2013). Whither research integrity? Plagiarism, self-plagiarism and coercive citation in an age of research assessment, Research Policy, Volume: 42 Issue: 5 Pages: 1005-1014
  • Martinson, BC; Anderson, MS; de Vries, R. (2005). Scientists behaving badly, Nature, p 737 – 738
  • Steneck, NH, (2006). Fostering integrity in research: Definitions, current knowledge, and future directions, Science and Engineering Ethics, Volume: 12 Issue: 1 Special Issue: SI Pages: 53-74
  • Treviño, LK (2008). Editor’s Comments: Why review? Because reviewing is a professional responsibility, Academy of Management Review, 2008, Vol. 33, No. 8-10