Economic Students’ Academic Fraud Behaviour: Frauddiamond Dimension
Economics students have high motivation of competition in attaining an achievement. One of the things done to realize this is academic fraud. This action is carried out for various reasons. One of the major reasons for doing so is the desire to be superior to peers. This study examines the factors influencing academic cheating behaviour committed by economics students by using the concept of fraud diamond, which includes pressure, opportunity, rationalization, andcapability. The data of this study were collected using a questionnaire and purposive sampling method. Variables were measured using a Likert scale. The sample of this study was 92 students of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Universitas Warmadewa. The regression model used in this study is a multiple linear regression model with the support of SPSS. The results found that partially the pressure, opportunity, rationalization andcapability variables had a positive and significant influence on the academic cheating behaviour of the students of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Universitas Warmadewa. This is indicated by the significance value of the variables, each of which is pressure with a value of 0.003, opportunity with a value of 0.005, rationalization with a value of 0.010 andcapability with a value of 0.007. This overall value is smaller than alpha 0.050, which indicates that hypotheses are accepted.