The Anti-plagiarism Commission set up by the FNEGE in 2013 is not intended to take the place of judicial authorities. Its aim is to foster dialogue between the parties involved in litigation concerning the plagiarism of academic work. If no dialogue is possible, the Commission may offer an amicable (non-legal) expert assessment service, which may constitute a preliminary step to mediation efforts.
The Anti-plagiarism Commission is chaired by Hubert Gatignon, emeritus professor at INSEAD.
1 – Referral of a case to the Anti-plagiarism Commission
2 – Examination of the admissibility of this case by the Commission
3 – Undertake an attempt at mediation
4 – Launch an amicable expert assessment procedure
Download the procedure for submitting a case to the Commission (in French).
French Code of Ethics for Research
Document on self-plagiarism issued by FNEGE Management Science Board (June 2022)
Promoting integrity in shorlarship research and its publication