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Welcome to the FreyPlag Wiki[edit | edit source]

This wiki site came into existence to document alleged self-plagiarism by Bruno S. Frey, many of them together with coauthors. For now, these pages serve as a platform to document plagiarism in economics.

In 2011, suspicion of self-plagarism by Frey arose through the discussion of four very similar articles about the Sinking of the Titanic published in renowned international journals. Shortly after these accusations arose, discussions broke out on the Economics Job Market Rumors forum about alleged self-plagiarism in few of Frey's papers. Some of these papers are single-author studies while most are co-authored. You find a list of these coauthors below. In the meantime, Frey and two of his coauthors climbed up to the RePEc list of plagiarism offenders.

A software useful in finding copied parts of articles is http://plagiarism.bloomfieldmedia.com/z-wordpress/software/wcopyfind/.

Suspicious articles by Bruno S. Frey[edit | edit source]

A few of these articles do cite each other. But it is still important to list these to illustrate the extent of re-publishing known results.

Suspicious articles by other authors[edit | edit source]

Authors of allegedly plagiarized articles[edit | edit source]

Journals and books in which allegedly plagiarized articles were published[edit | edit source]

Publishing companies and instiutions that published journals or books in which discussed articles where published[edit | edit source]

Freyplag in the news[edit | edit source]

Frey's plagiarism in the news[edit | edit source]

Frey's plagiarism in blogs[edit | edit source]

Economic Logic

Econ Job Market Rumors

Olaf Storbeck's Economics Intelligence

Backup of Wikipedia article[edit | edit source]

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