Instructions for correct scientific work! This package for scientific work through plagiarism-free deduction consists of the following two books: 1. Scientific work through plagiarism-free deduction 2. Exercise book Scientific work through plagiarism-free deduction Plagiarism is the unlawful appropriation of someone else's thoughts, ideas, etc. in a scientific or artistic field and their publication without citing them. This constitutes theft of intellectual property. Plagiarism usually violates examination regulations and employment contracts. In the Merkel era, numerous ministers fell victim to socalled plagiarism hunters. Plagiarism hunters are appraisers who go in search of plagiarism - often for a fee from interested parties. Anyone who acquires academic degrees through plagiarism and later acquires a prominent professional position makes themselves vulnerable to plagiarism hunters. Many blame the author of the scientific work for the plagiarism. According to the view represented here, the supervising professors are at least partly to blame, because they should have taught and controlled plagiarism-free writing better. This book is a guide to plagiarism-free scientific work through deduction (= reasoning), which is written in the style of a scientific work for illustration purposes. For there are many books on scientific work, but only this one is on scientific work through plagiarism-free deduction. The 9 unique selling points of this work are: 1. Instructions of a deductive writing style, 2. Instructions of methodological work, 3. Instructions of plagiarism-free writing, 4. Instructions of EDP-technical implementation, 5. Instructions of the (German) tax deductibility of training costs, 6. Instructions of Albert Einstein as an ingenious ideal, 7. Instructions of the goal of scientific work, 8. Instructions of the creation of scientific attention and 9. Exercise book.
Prof. Dr Rainer Zielke has been writing scientific books and articles for many decades and has taught scientific writing for many years. He is an author and professor for business administration, in particular international business taxation and Norwegian tax law at Østfold University College in Halden/Norway. After graduating from high school, he studied finance at the North Rhine-Westphalia University of Applied Sciences in Nordkirchen, graduating with a degree in finance; Studied business administration at the Westphalian Wilhelm University in Münster, graduating with a Dipl.-Kaufmann degree, doctoral student with Prof. Dr Wilhelm H. Wacker at the Georg-August University of Göttingen; Promotion to Dr rer. pol. in 2000; after a professorship in Bremen since 2008 at Østfold University College in Halden/Norway; upgraded to professor there in 2011. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; homepage: www.fag.hiof.no/~rainerz.