In this issue, Eyal Ben Cohen explains the importance of screening employee CVs to ensure their degrees comes from real universities rather than from diploma mills. If more companies weeded out employees who had purchased their degrees, it might help prevent the employment of dishonest individuals. A related version of this problem has been much in the news lately since the revelation that a UK lawyer lied about his academic background.
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