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Economics Introduction: Citing Your Sources

Library resources to support teaching and learning in Economics

Why Bother?

Taking credit for someone else's work is a form of academic dishonesty.  See:

            Generally, if a student writes while looking at a source or while looking at notes taken from a source, a footnote should be given.  
All forms of academic dishonesty including cheating (including the use of unacknowledged academic sources), fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty and plagiarism. (Students charged with a violation of this section of the Code are subject to the procedures outlined in the Academic Honesty Policy which are outlined in the “Policies and Procedures” section in th[e] Student Handbook."  (p. 87,

Citing Standards

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