In recent years, there have been many internationally renowned academic misconduct incidents in Taiwan. Among them, the case of paper falsification concerning the National Taiwan University involves the country's highest ranking academic institution and its president and many well-known scholars that has in turn affected Taiwan's academic image enormously and stirred many debates. The Minister of Educations has thus taken steps to not only investigated individuals involved but also promulgated ＂the Principle of Academic Ethics Review in College＂ to regulate academic misconduct in universities in Taiwan. As ＂academic ethics＂ has become one of the most important issues recently, it is important to address its definition and characteristics as to why it can rules research activities. In addition, ＂the Principle of Academic Ethics Review in College＂ has much impact on the autonomy of personnel and regulations of universities when academic misconduct occurs, however its principle of legitimacy still needs to be defined constitutionally. This article begins with doctrinal analysis of constitution and clarifies the range of academic freedom. It further examines the legitimacy of ＂Principle of Academic Ethics Review in College＂ to identify its position in law and provides helpful suggestions with a view to bettering the regulations in academic ethics in Taiwan.
|貢獻的翻譯標題||Academic Ethics as the Internal/External Limits of Academic Freedom: The Examination of Principle of Academic Ethics Review in College|
|頁（從 - 到）||193-231|
|期刊||國立中正大學法學集刊 = National Chung Chen University Law Journal|
|出版狀態||Published - 2021 四月 1|