The findingsAcuña's doctorate thesis is entitled "Professorial Competence and Academic Results of Students in Private Universities in Peru", it has 359 pages.On pages 21 and 22 of the thesis it contains, without quotes or any references, more than nine paragraphs of pages 4, 5 and 6 of the document entitles "Educative quality in the crediting of training program for specialists in professional certification", published by the World Health Organization in 2000.On page 25, under the sub-title "Regarding the quality of teaching in the university" we find a text identical to the introduction written by Maria Belando Monto in "Professors in the 21st century and the quality of university teaching: Centred on training", publish in a Valladolid University Review in 1999, once again without any citation.But there are more examples: Pages 23 and 24 of the work by César Acuña show identical extracts of a thesis by Martha Calderón Franco presented to the San Marcos University (in Peru). From page 33 to 39 the document copies an article published by the professor of Oviedo University (Spain) José Vicente Peña, in total six pages identical to the information in the work of that professor. Also page 129 of the César Acuña thesis is shown to have copied an article published in 2004 by Sergio Montico, professor at Rosario University (Argentina). The non-cited sources have not been included as part of the thesis bibliography either. It's worth noting that other examples have also been detected.