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The Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity

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Danish research should be performed in a culture where honesty, transparency and accountability are respected
: November 05, 2014
: 978-87-93151-36-9
: 978-87-93151-35-2

A national Code of Conduct for research integrity in Denmark has been finished. The Code aims to ensure credibility, integrity and thereby quality in Danish research through common principles and standards for responsible conduct of research.

The Code is aimed at both public and private research institutions, including universities, the research council system, foundations and enterprises. It is a common framework meant to be implemented and developed across fields of research.

The Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity was drafted by a working group set up by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and the organisation Danish Universities. A draft Code was sent for public consultation in the spring of 2014 and was also presented and discussed at an open conference in May 2014.  

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