Guidelines and codes of conduct are created by government agencies, professional societies, and schools to assist researchers make ethical decisions regarding their research and publishing practices.
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ACS Ethical Guidelines
Relevant to chemists publishing in American Chemical Society journals, with sections for editors, authors, reviewers, and scientists publishing outside of the scientific literature as well.
AMS Ethical Guidelines
"To help in the preservation of that atmosphere of mutual trust and ethical behavior required for science to prosper." From the American Mathematical Society.
ASA Code of Ethics
General principles and ethical standards for professional sociologists, from the American Sociological Association.
Association of American Universities: Research Administration and Policy Issues
Several topics are covered, including conflicts of interest, research integrity and misconduct, and research data disclosure.
Ethical Guidelines to Publication of Chemical Research
Adopted by the American Chemical Society in August 2010, this defines the official principles of conduct for authors, reviewers and publishers.
IET Rules of Conduct
Institution of Engineering and Technology rules for the ethical conduct of members.
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