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This paper considers the potential for improving the reputation of the Irish accountancy profession by exploring undergraduate accounting students' intolerance of academic cheating as a predictor of future attitudes to unethical workplace practices. The study reports that females are significantly less tolerant of cheating than males. Further, with regard to ethical ideology, idealism was found to have a significant positive association with intolerance of cheating while relativism reported nodoi:10.1016/j.accfor.2013.08.002 fatcat:x3nv7lqpofdp5mebbzchbnctrm