Other Principles of Research Integrity (from other sources)

Although they are not listed in the 'Principles of Research Integrity' (Section 1) in the HKU Policy on Research Integrity, the following principles are recognised in a number of other important documents (including external documents referred to in the HKU Policy on Research Integrity, which are annotated with an asterisk *) and may be of interest to legal researchers. Independence The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (ESF and ALLEA)*, Section 2.2.3: Independence from commissioning or interested parties, from ideological or political pressure groups,

University of Edinburgh School of Law: Research Misconduct

"Research Ethics Misconduct The SOL is committed to research of the highest integrity as defined by Universities UK. This requires conduct reflective of: Honesty: Honesty in all aspects of research, including in the presentation of research goals, intentions and findings; in reporting on research methods and procedures; in gathering data; in using and acknowledging the work of other researchers; and in conveying valid interpretations and making justifiable claims based on research findings. Rigour: Research must be in keeping with prevailing disciplinary norms and standards: in