Academia is broken: The systemic issues we can’t ignore

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In this video, Andy Stapleton talks about the systemic issues of academia that we cannot ignore.

Produced by: Andy Stapleton

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Phua Kai Lit
Phua Kai Lit
17 Apr 2024 5.05pm

This has been going on for a while in the world of medical journals. Articles that are ghost written by writers hired by pharmaceutical companies, the names of academicians are then submitted as the “authors”. Basic reason for deterioration of academia is the “neoliberalisation” which first began in the Anglo-American universities.