56% of students in graduate business programs reported cheating last year. Other graduate students don't do much better, but at least they stayed below the 50% threshold. They do it because "everyone does it." Lead researcher Linda Trevino suggested that students who were drawn to business school were "more self-interested or bottom-line-oriented." Moreover, business schools' "emphasis on the free market and maximization of shareholder value, changes student attitudes." Business school breeds cheaters.
Good to see that the lessons of Enron are sinking in.