Pitt prof plagiarized by Putin?

September 2006
Industrial Engineer: IE;Sep2006, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p18
The article reports that Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin allegedly plagiarized portions of his 1997 economics doctoral thesis from two University of Pittsburgh professors' management textbook. Among these professors are professor emeritus of industrial engineering David I. Cleland and professor of business administration William R. King. The textbook, from which the researchers believe some of the thesis appears to have been lifted, is entitled "Strategic Planning and Policy."


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