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2, Issue 2, June 30, 2007
Analyzing the Students’ Academic Integrity Using Quantitative Methods
The transition period in Romania has generated a series of important changes, including the reforming of the Romanian tertiary education. This process has been accelerated after the signing of the Bologna treaty. Important changes were recorded in many of the quantitative aspects (such as number of student enrolled, pupil-student ration etc) as well qualitative aspects. The article aims to identify and analyze the main aspects related to the academic fraud in tertiary education, within Bucharest University Center, by using a statistic-survey-based assessment performed in November 2005. The research components rely on the students’ and professors’ academic behavior analysis, in close accordance with education performance factors.