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On making a decision based on morals or common ethical codes instead of etiquette, rules, institutional or government policy, or technical or procedural reasons.

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Here's an example of how one author dealt with this issue: https://arxiv.org/pdf/math/0511366 The first page mentions a result by one T.J. Kaczynski, "better known for other work". The result is ma …
answered Mar 20 '17 by Geoffrey Brent
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I don't see anything unethical about this offer in itself. There may be some field-specific norms I'm not aware of, but assuming he's not breaking any confidentiality/IP/etc. rules, sharing data with …
answered Apr 29 '18 by Geoffrey Brent
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I think the main reason why this joke gave offense has already been covered in Najib Idrissi's answer, i.e. the lingerie/sex-object angle, but there's another aspect to it: When [Prof. X] was youn …
answered May 15 '18 by Geoffrey Brent
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One option is not to have checkboxes at all. Just give people a single free-text field, let them write whatever describes their gender best, and then use manual or automated methods to code those resp …
answered Jul 29 '18 by Geoffrey Brent
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From your post & comment, my understanding is that both of you worked on the questions together (i.e. you didn't just copy her answers without understanding how she got there) and to the best of your …
answered Jan 11 by Geoffrey Brent
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If the object of this is just to buy somebody a co-author credit without doing the work, that is obviously unethical, but for me that would be one of the least worrisome scenarios... By academic conv …
answered Dec 30 '17 by Geoffrey Brent